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  • Showcase features the best of Emerson

    Students, faculty, and staff gathered in the Paramount Center on September 17 to preview Emerson’s latest and greatest material. 

  • A series on President Pelton's five commitments

    Part Four: President Pelton, in his September 14 inaugural address, outlined five specific measures that he believes will move Emerson from “excellent to extraordinary.”

  • Documentary about Occupy movement screened

    VMA screening series “Bright Lights” kicked off a new year this past Tuesday with American Autumn, a comprehensive documentary covering the Occupy movement from its beginnings to what the future holds.

  • Emersonians and Emmys

    Emerson College once again will send a team of students to Los Angeles to cover the primetime Emmy Awards, which is taking place Sunday, September 23.

  • A series on President Pelton's five commitments

    President Pelton, in his September 14 inaugural address, outlined five specific measures that he believes will move Emerson from “excellent to extraordinary.”

  • Bosmajian is DP of film to be screened this week

    Assistant Professor and director of photography Harlan Bosmajian and producer, writer, and actor Sarah Thomas will hold a Q&A after their screening of Backwards at Loews Boston Common.

  • Highlights from President Pelton's inauguration

    Emerson College celebrated the inauguration of its 12th president, Dr. M. Lee Pelton, with a formal installation ceremony on Friday, September 14, 2012.

  • Leonard takes Emerson students on a journey

    David Leonard, associate professor and chair in the department of critical culture, gender, and race studies at Washington State University, took Emerson students on a journey, looking at the last 10 years of video games.

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