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    Chamberlain '15 is a viral video whiz

    In the early hours of the morning when you’re probably sleeping, Daniel Chamberlain ’15 is likely awake in his Piano Row suite concocting his next viral video. His YouTube channel, Dizzy City Nation, has garnered more than 3 million views.

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    Mom of two, Kane '16 co-leads polling club

    It’s common for the fellow students of Chris Kane ’16 to mistake her for a professor, but that doesn’t bother her. “I don’t mind at all,” said the mother of two, who is majoring in Political Communication through the Communication Studies Department. 

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    Communication students work on nursing regulations

    Communication Studies graduate students Kacie Bailey, MA ’15, and Thomas Craig, MA ’16, recently spoke with a legislative steering committee about a communication strategy to aid two nursing associations with a political campaign.

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    Students reflect on global learning

    Emerson’s Office of Internationalization and Global Engagement is expanding its education abroad opportunities this summer with the new Global Pathway Program, which includes five new study abroad opportunities in Amsterdam, France, Greece, Ireland, and Mexico.

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    Emerson goes blue for Autism Awareness Day

    Emerson College lit up the campus blue for World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. The College’s Cutler Majestic and Paramount theaters and the Tufte Performance and Production Center were illuminated with the color blue all day in recognition of the global event, and students dressed in blue.

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    Lake shares how to write 'killer' 10 pages

    Alumni, students, and aspiring writers learned how to write a “killer” first 10 pages for their next screenplays from esteemed screenwriter and Associate Professor Diane Lake at a free public lecture at Emerson College Los Angeles on April 2. 

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    No rehearsal needed: Students win theatre competition

    A group of Performing Arts students attending a national theater conference won first place in a stage design competition for which they did no formal preparation.

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    Portraits from Death Row exhibit opens April 3

    On Friday, April 3, Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Row, an exhibition of photography by African American commercial and documentary photographer Lou Jones, opens at the Huret & Spector Gallery at Emerson College. 

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