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  • Emerson College

    Publishers Weekly highlights WLP grad program

    Publishers Weekly highlights Emerson’s  Writing, Literature & Publishing graduate program for its commitment to exposing students to the working industry.

  • Caitlin Anders

    Writing major joins Emerson LA

    Caitlin Anders '14, a Writing, Literature, and Publishing major, is attending Emerson College Los Angeles and will intern at SpinMedia.

  • Megan Marshall

    Marshall’s book tops lists

    New York Times literary critic Dwight Garner lists Margaret Fuller: A New American Life among his 10 favorite books of 2013.

  • Randolph

    Ploughshares receives NEA grant

    Ploughshares, the Emerson-based literary magazine, is one of 895 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive a National Endowment for the Arts' Art Works grant.

  • LA

    Emerson LA: A media hub

    At the new Emerson College Los Angeles, which opens January 12, students will find state-of-the-art spaces with cutting-edge technology for everything from theater practice to audio and visual production and live video lectures.

  • Anchorman 2 screening

    Anchorman 2 exclusively viewed by students

    Emerson students stood in long lines to exclusively screen Anchorman 2 during Will Ferrell's visit to campus December 4 as main character Ron Burgundy.

  • Ferrell

    Video: Will Ferrell talks to students at screening

    Actor Will Ferrell talked to some lucky Emerson students at AMC Loews Boston Common Theater who attended an exclusive screening of Anchorman 2 on December 4. 

  • Espinoza

    White House is classroom for 2 students

    Two Emerson students are working at the White House this semester after landing internship at volunteer positions through Emerson's Washington, D.C., Program.