Emerson College Today

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    Emerson LA students volunteer with LGBT event

    A group of Emerson College Los Angeles students volunteered October 11 at the 22nd annual Models of Pride conference.

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    Vogel releases book on creative thinking

    Thomas Vogel, director of the Global Marketing Communication and Advertising graduate program, has released a new book, Breakthrough Thinking: A Guide to Creative Thinking and Idea Generation, which features Emerson alumni in its case studies.

  • Randolph selects Randolph's memoir

    Ladette Randolph, editor-in-chief of Ploughshares, has released a memoir that was recently featured on

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    Banks '76 premieres TV One show at ELA

    Halloween came to Emerson College Los Angeles a bit early this year with the LA premiere screening of The Fright Night Files on October 14.

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    Deffebach '15 interns at Institute of World Politics

    Journalism major Tyler Deffebach ’15 is rounding out his senior year with some exciting hands-on experience: He is interning at the Institute of World Politics as part of Emerson’s Washington, DC, Program.

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    Arroyo coming to campus civic event

    Felix G. Arroyo, chief of Boston’s Health and Human Services and former city councilor, will be at Emerson this Wednesday, October 22, to show students how they can become civic engagement leaders.

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    Women's Soccer donates to Light the Night

    The Emerson Women’s Soccer team raised $3,715 for the Light the Night cancer research event and participated in an event walk on Boston Common on October 9.

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    Herzog '81 in Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame

    Emerson College Trustee Doug Herzog ’81, president of Viacom Entertainment Group, will be inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame on October 20.


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