NEWS & EVENTS

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  • 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.

  • Panel discusses Fanon's relationship to modern issues

    Three professors spoke about how the work of revolutionary thinker and writer Frantz Fanon relates to contemporary issues during a panel in Emerson’s Charles Beard Room on March 22.

  • Seth Grahame-Smith

    Grahame-Smith '98 visits campus

    “If you ask a thousand people in Hollywood how they got where they are, you’ll get a thousand different stories,” author, screenwriter, and producer Seth Grahame-Smith ’98 told students when he visited campus this week. But the true key to success in the entertainment industry, he said, is persistence.

  • alternative spring break

    Office of Service Learning and Community Action honored

    One of the key components of Emerson’s mission statement is its commitment to civic engagement. The Office of Service Learning and Community Action (SLCA) largely facilitates that part of the Emerson experience.

  • Sharon Duffy

    Associate Dean Duffy is an event planner extraordinaire

    For Sharon Duffy, associate dean of students, event planning is a passion. Not only is she is a staple at student-organized activities around the Emerson campus, but also outside of Emerson, where she is involved in organizing activities in her Malden, Massachusetts, community.

  • Students encouraged to take transportation survey

    Undergraduates will have a chance to win prizes ranging from a $400 Apple gift card, to a one-semester T pass, to lunch with President Pelton if they participate in the biannual Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Rideshare Transportation Survey this week.

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