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  • Bates

    Bates honored by BU Law School

    Kelly Bates, founding executive director of Emerson's Elma Lewis Center, will receive an award October 10 from Boston University Law School, where she is an alumna.

  • Kimball

    Kimball touts auto-call findings

    Spencer Kimball, scholar-in-residence in the Communication Studies Department, is scheduled to appear on Sirius XM Radio on October 7 to discuss research that found political "auto-calls" are more effective than previously thought.

  • Kennedy

    Student playing all 75 pianos in Boston

    James Kennedy '14 will attempt to play all 75 pianos recently set up on Boston streets Saturday, October 5, as part of the Play Me, I'm Yours arts project.

  • Emerson

    Arts alumni can participate in SNAAP

    Emerson College is participating in the 2013 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP)—a one-of-a-kind survey that explores the lives of arts alumni nationwide.

  • Yoshikawa

    Yoshikawa in 'Best American Essays'

    Associate Professor Mako Yoshikawa, of the Writing, Literature and Publishing Department, has an essay in Best American Essays 2013.

  • West

    West's book gets NCA award

    Richard West, professor of the Communication Studies Department, co-wrote a book being awarded by the National Communication Association.

  • Wright

    Wright '10 produces Morton Downey Jr. doc

    Graham Wright '10 stopped by Emerson for the Boston premiere of Evocateur: the Morton Downey Jr. Movie, for which he worked as a producer. The documentary follows the career rise and fall of the "trash television" pioneer.

  • Clary

    Student helps people with disabilities fly planes

    Max Clary ’15 has launched a marketing campaign for a local flight school that helps people with mobility impairments soar to their dreams.

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