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    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. 

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    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.

  • 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.

  • Hollywood sign

    5 things to know about Emerson Los Angeles

    The new Emerson College Los Angeles will open its doors in the heart of Hollywood to 130 Emerson students looking to enhance their education in the arts, entertainment, and communication fields. 

  • Casson

    Casson awarded for innovative course

    Christine Casson, senior writer-in-residence in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department, was chosen to receive this year's ProArts Consortium Classroom Connect Award, and will teach a class in conjunction with the School for the Museum of Fine Arts as a result.

  • Levine

    Philip Levine talks poetry with students

    Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine visited Emerson on November 4 as part of the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department's Reading Series.

  • Pelton

    State of the College

    Emerson President Lee Pelton released his annual State of the College address to the Emerson community on October 31.

  • Levine

    Philip Levine, prolific poet, to visit Emerson

    Prolific poet Philip Levine, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and two National Book Awards, will be on campus November 4.