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Holly Bario, an Emerson alumna of the Class of 1989 and Co-President of Production at DreamWorks Studios, was recently named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s 100 Most Powerful Women in Entertainment for 2011. Recognized for their “extraordinary drive, intelligence and ability to weather whatever is around the bend in the industry”, Bario was joined on […]
Vincent Scarpa, a recent Emerson graduate was one of four students to win the Norman Mailer Award for Best College Fiction Writing. Vincent’s story beat out four finalists: from Yale, Stanford, and the University of Iowa. Alec Baldwin hosted the ceremony last month in New York City. Vincent was awarded with $10,000 and a month-long […]
Emerson College alumna Jordan Salvatoriello, a 2012 MFA graduate in Media Arts, has received an award from the Director’s Guild of America just months after graduation. Jordan Salvatoriello ’12 won the Jury Prize in the women filmmakers category for Graceland Girls, a documentary about the education of girls in Kenya. Salvatoriello filmed the documentary at […]
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Emerson alumnus Anthony D’Aries, a 2004 graduate of the Writing, Literature, and Publishing major, was recently featured on the front page of the Boston Globe “G” section. The article touches upon a myriad of aspects of D’Aries life: his new memoir, The Language of Men, his teachings of a literary class at the South Bay House […]
A new face has emerged on mtvU, one that is well known on Emerson’s campus; Quinn Marcus ’13 was picked up by the channel for a series she calls Quinnterviews. The show follows Marcus conducting hilariously awkward man-on-the-street interviews on subjects ranging from the upcoming presidential election to, “How many guys do you think you […]
Emerson College was recently ranked the #1 College Radio Station in the 2013 edition of the Princeton Review, bumping the college up three spots from last year’s list. This list was compiled using the results of an online survey conducted from over 122,000 students attending 377 institutions. This particular category was based on the question […]
Maryanne O’Hara, Emerson class of ’95, has recently published her debut novel, Cascade. She has received attention from the Boston Globe as well as The Library Journal, who named Cascade a “best bet” among upcoming first novels, and Publishers Weekly, who highlighted the novel in its Gallery Talk section. They praised it as “tightly woven” […]