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  • Cafe Variations rehearsal

    Students collaborate with professionals to debut Cafe Variations

    On April 13, more than 60 Emerson students (working on stage and behind the scenes) will present the world premiere of Café Variations, a production directed by Anne Bogart that celebrates café culture with vignettes from Charles Mee’s Café Plays and music from the canon of George and Ira Gershwin.

  • Samm Leska and Joe Kennedy

    Emerson hosts convention for college Democrats

    Massachusetts Congressional candidate Joe Kennedy III and Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren were among the speakers at the annual College Democrats of Massachusetts Convention held at Emerson March 31–April 1.

  • Kevin Bright ’76 and Dawn Steinberg ’83

    LA alumni meet with admitted students

    Kevin Bright ’76, one of the original executive producers and creator of Friends, and Dawn Steinberg ’83, senior vice president of talent and casting at Sony Pictures, spoke at an event headlined by Bright for students admitted to Emerson.

  • Cristina Kotz Cornejo

    Kotz Cornejo awarded artist fellowship

    Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Cristina Kotz Cornejo has been awarded a MacDowell Colony Fellowship.

  • Robert Sabal

    Sabal awarded ACE fellowship

    Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Robert Sabal has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2012–2013 academic year, ACE President Molly Corbett Broad announced this week.

  • Emerson to present Communication Week

    Emerson’s School of Communication will host its third annual Communication Week April 2–6, 2012.

  • Jack Casey

    Casey driven by a love of radio

    Jack Casey’s career in radio began at Emerson and spanned much of the United States and Canada before he returned to his alma mater as a part-time faculty member and general manager of the College’s award-winning radio station, WERS (88.9 FM).

  • Emerson students travel to Iceland

    Five Emerson students recently traveled to Iceland with the Communication, Politics, and Law Association (CPLA), in partnership with Communication Studies Associate Professor Gregory Payne’s Iceland Global Project.

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