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  • Magda Romanska

    Romanska's play widely reviewed

    The play Opheliamachine, written by Associate Professor Magda Romanska, received a slew of positive reviews from several Los Angeles media outlets.

  • Ross Lippman

    Sportscasters highlighted in Boston Globe

    The Boston Globe highlighted recent successes of student sports broadcasters, including Ross Lippman, who has been named the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America’s top collegiate sports broadcaster.

  • Gerzof Richard

    Gerzof interviewed on smartphone food pics

    David Gerzof Richard, part-time faculty member, was sourced in a Wall Street Journal article June 26 about smartphone pictures of restaurant food.

  • Asim

    Asim quoted on Paula Deen controversy

    Associate Professor Jabari Asim was quoted June 25 in the Chicago Tribune on the controversy surrounding celebrity chef Paula Deen.

  • Sharma

    Sharma, Phillips in Globe networking article

    The Boston Globe published a story June 23 about the secrets of networking, featuring Colette Phillips, MS '76, an Emerson Overseer, and Raj Sharma, MS '83, an Emerson Trustee.

  • McMillion

    Recent grads have "Op-Doc" in NY Times

    The New York Times is featuring a preview of Hollow, the interactive documentary produced by two recent graduates about an impoverished county in rural West Virginia.

  • Cutler

    Cutler's Outside the Box on Style Boston

    Trustee Emeritus Ted Cutler '51 was recently featured on Style Boston to promote the Outside the Box performing arts festival, which takes place July 13-21.

  • Haines

    Haines, of WLP, in Chicago Tribune story

    The Chicago Tribune has prominently featured Senior Writer-In-Residence Lise Haines in an article about Ragdale, a nonprofit artists' community where she will hold a summer residency.

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