Sunday, May 1, 2022
Honor the memories of Emerson community members who we’ve lost over the past year.
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Monday, May 2, 2022
The graduate student experience is impactful, and while some student cohorts are small, they are small and mighty. There are also graduate students across the country that are members of the Emerson community.
The Emerson graduate alumni community is even larger. It's time to celebrate your achievements as alumni, and continue to build on graduate career networks and discuss:
- What it means to "level up" in your career
- The impact of your graduate education
- Advice you would pass on to graduate alumni and students building their career communities.
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
Connect with other Emersonians working in entertainment at this virtual meetup, hosted by Maddie Breeland, Cisco Henson, and Liz Vacovec. Exchange ideas, uncover opportunities, ask questions, offer advice, and learn more about what these groups offer in Emerge.
Zoom Passcode (if needed): 1880
Wednesday, May 4, 2022
In collaboration with Emerson's Center of Comedic Arts, The Southwick Recital Life Out Loud is focused on humor...not the ha-ha so much as the sometimes sweet, sometimes funny, sometimes dark, sometimes painful moments in life that can connect us all. Through personal narrative, prose, poetry, and dramatic monologue, a variety of Emerson students and faculty share the feast of language and the critical nourishment humor provides to both our individual and collective spirits.
Originally performed live in the Semel Theater on March, 25, 2022, this program honors the Southwick tradition while expanding it to make oral communication of story and literature accessible for twenty-first century audiences and representative of that audience's diverse voices.
Please note, this program includes adult language and themes and is not recommended for younger viewers.
Thursday, May 5, 2022
Wondering how to make the most of your alumni experience? Curious what resources and tools are available to you? Have ideas for what you’d like to see? Join this conversation with the member engagement committee of the alumni board to learn, share, and vision our future together!
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Saturday, May 7, 2022
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