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    EIV news special examines food habits

    Emerson Independent Video (EIV) will broadcast a news magazine special April 1 that analyzes how Bostonians make decisions about the food they eat.

  • Warith

    Driven senior in start-up contest

    A 19-year-old senior—who began college at the young age of 15—is aiming for another success: Opening her own business and helping teenagers realize their entrepreneurial dreams.

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    Pelton wishes Menino very best

    Emerson College President Lee Pelton has released a statement wishing the very best to Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, the city’s longest serving mayor, who announced Thursday, March 28, that he will not run for re-election this year. 

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    Suzan-Lori Parks named 2013 Waldman Chair

    Award-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks is this year's Waldman Chair, and will be on campus April 3.

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    Creativity launches violence awareness week

    Emerson's Aim to End Violence Week launched March 25 with an event called "Painting Your Pain," which had students using art to express their feelings on gun violence.

  • Castinelli

    Emerson athletes recognized by GNAC

    Three Emerson athletes were recognized March 25 for their above-and-beyond efforts by the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC).

  • Lee

    Lee, Luyster get Whiting fellowships

    The Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation has granted fellowships to two Emerson assistant professors: Rhiannon Luyster of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and De-nin Lee of Visual and Media Arts.

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    Softball team sweeps Albertus Magnus

    Some late-game heroics saved the day on March 24 as the Emerson Softball team rallied back to sweep Albertus Magnus 8–6 and 6–5 (9) in a doubleheader. 

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From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »