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Julian Wolinsky '59, president of Los Angeles alumni club receives this year's Isaachar Hoopes Eldridge Award. The Westin Hotel, Boston.

1991-04-27

Tom Bauer '68, the incoming president of the Alumni Association, presents Frank Napal '69 G'70, with a plaque of the gavel. Weston Hotel, Boston.

1990-04-28

Frank Napal '69 G'70, the outgoing president of the Alumni Association, receives this year's Issachar Hoopes Eldrige Award. Weston Hotel, Boston.

1990-04-28

Primo ('62) receives a scholarship. Emerson College President McKinley and another man hold a check. Four other men are in the photo.

1958

Primo ('62) receives a wristwatch. Four other men are in the photo.

1958

Primo ('62), receives a wristwatch from two older men.

1958

Primo ('62) receives a scholarship. Emerson College President McKinley and another man hold a check.

1958

Emerson president S. Justus McKinley congratulates a young man holding a trophy.

1958

Emerson president S. Justus McKinley congratulates a young woman holding a trophy.

1958

Elma Lewis '43 presents poet Gwendolyn Brooks with an "award of distinction" from Emerson College. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

1991-04-15

Rhoda Cutler '66 presents the Leonard Reindau Award to Bernadette MacPherson '53. Essex Ballroom, Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-05-14

Roy Nagy '73 receives certificate of appreciation from Jim Peckham, director of Athletics. Essex Ballroom, Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-05-14

Thomas Bauer '68 receives the Issachar Hoopes Eldridge Award. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1989-05-13

Mrs. Judy Koenig and Edwin Hollingworth, Jr., associate professor. Essex Ballroom, Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-05-14

Randolph Brooksbank '69 receives the Issachar Hoopes Eldridge Award from last year's recipient, John Zacharis. Essex Ballroom, Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-05-14

Rhoda Cutler '66 presents the Leonard Reindau Award to Bernadette MacPherson '53. Essex Ballroom, Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-05-14

Frank Napal '69, G'70 and Ralph Maffongelli '68. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

New York club president Eunice Lee '86 presents Club Award to Randolph Brookshank. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

John Carpenter presents a Recognition Award to Bill Bordy '58. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Anna Boudinot presents Maria D'Arcangelo '85 with an Alumni Star Award. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Andrea Liftman '70 presents Gayle Carson '59 with the Alumni Ambassador Award. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Julian Wolinky, president of the California club presents Club Award to Jeff Goldstein. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

David Bell presents Bob Gatti '62 with Alumni Star Award. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

Martha Hanson '77 presents an Alumni Club Award to Hank Zappala '79. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Jane Brown, Director of Admissions presents an Alumni Star Award to Patrick Cantwell '81. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

Julian Wolinksy '59 presents Vince Di Bona '66 with an Alumni Club Award from the L.A. Club. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Randolph Brooksbank '69 presents an Alumni Club Award to Madelyn Burns '71. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Marsha Skolnick and Dorothea Barwick, both from the class of 1939. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

David Bell presents Sandra Goldfarb '78 with an Alumni Star Award. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-10-04

Martha Hansen '77 presents club award to Paul Ricci '65. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

Frank Napal '69, G'70 and Kevin McCluskey. Location was either Ames building or Back Bay Hilton.

1989-10-14

Joe Masteroff receives the Musical Theatre Society Award of Distinction from Jacqueline Liebergott and Leonidas Nickole.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Sean Driscoll '60 shows off his Alumni Achievement Award. Colonnade Hotel, Boston. Other award winner’s this year were: Dr. Phil Amato ’60 G’16, Joe Boren ’69, Myra Gutin ’70, Doug Herzog ’81, Lloyd Roach ’71, Charles Rosen ’68, Arleen Sorkin ’77 and Julian Wolinsky ’59.

1991-04-28

Paul Kreppel '69 received Alumni Achievement Award.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Elma Lewis '43, with Marc Anthony Douthit '86, holds her Alumni Achievement Award.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

In conversation at the reception. Pictured guests/honorees include Charles Klim and Frances LaShoto.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Myra Greenberg Gutin '70 shows off her Alumni Achievement Award. Colonnade Hotel, Boston. Other award winner’s this year were: Dr. Phil Amato ’60 G’16, Joe Boren ’69, Sean Driscoll '60, Doug Herzog ’81, Lloyd Roach ’71, Charles Rosen ’68, Arleen Sorkin ’77 and Julian Wolinsky ’59.

1991-04-28

Jeremy Alliger '75 receives Alumni Achievement Award from Hank Zappala. Jeremy Alliger '75, founder of Dance Umbrella.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Michelle Gillen '77 received Alumni Achievement Award from Randy Brooksbank.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Kim Swann ’81 receives Alumni Achievement Award.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Ed Conture '67 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Kappa Gamma Chi sisters: (standing): Angela Lepito, Sema Ullian, Shannon Mangum and Alexis Smith; (seated): Mrs. Helena Cook Beale '25. Mrs. Beale receives the Kappa Gamma Chi's Sema Ullian life-time achievement award.

1993-04-25

Howard Rogut '8 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993

Charles Rosen '68 accepts the Frank Napal Award. Rosen also received an Alumni Achievement Award in 1991.

1993-04-25

Brooks Russell, retiring manager of the Emerson Majestic Theatre received an Award of Appreciation.

1993-04-25

Tom Bauer '68, president of the National Alumni Association, presents Barbara Ruthberg '68 with the 1993 Isaachar Hoopes Elridge Award.

1993-04-25

Tom Bauer '68, president of the National Alumni Association, presents Barbara Ruthberg '68 with the 1993 Isaachar Hoopes Elridge Award.

1993-04-25

Linda Coradina '81 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Mary Sweig Wilson G'64 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Ken Catandella, director of Alumni Relations receives the Leonard Reindeau Award.

1993-04-25

Ed Conture '67 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Keith Hertell II '95, winner of the $10,000 prize on America's Funniest People, with the show's producer and Emerson alumnus Vin Di Bona '66. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston. Keith Hertell II '95 died tragically in a 1997 automobile accident.

1990-10-20

Members of the Boston Alumni Club. Back row: Bev Conte '72 G74, Martha Sawtelle Hansen '77, Paul Ricci '65, Leo Nickole '49, seated: Andrea Liftman '65 and Hank Zappala '70, G80. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

John Zacharis '58, G'59, president of Emerson College, receives the Director's Award from Tom Bauer '68, president of the Alumni Association. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Members of Emerson's Musical Theatre Society perform songs from American musicals for alumni and guests. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Rod Parker '51 accepts the special recognition award. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Randy Brooksbank '69 presents the NY Alumni Club's Star Award to current NY Club president, Darren Scala '87. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Frank Napal III '69, G'70 presents Rhoda Cutler '66 with the Ambassador's Award. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Frank Napal III '69 G'70 and Vin Di Bona '66 share the 1990 Issachar Hoopes Eldridge Award. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston. This award was originally presented at the 1990 Alumni Weekend, but Vin Di Bona was not present to receive it.

1990-10-20

John Zacharias will attendees of alumni recognition dinner. Location: Back Bay Hilton Hotel, Boston.

1991-10-12

Members of the South Florida Alumni Club: Bob and Milly Porter '74, Debra Lentz '69, Jane Guterman '73, Mark Douthit '86, Gary Berman '74 and his wife Carlene. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Members of the Musical Theatre Society perform.

1991-10-12

Jenkins (right) presents plaque to Fo (left). Also present: Fo's long time partner, the actress & playwright Franca Rame.

1986-04-29

1986-05-08

1986-04-29

Twelve senior citizens seated at a round table in a banquet hall.

1986-05-10

1986-05-10

A man plays a grand piano while another stands at a microphone while seated guests look on.

1986-05-10

Vincent (Vin) Di Bona '66, H'94 presents the Leonard Riendeau award. Westin Hotel, Boston. Di Bona received an Alumni Achievement Award in 1990.

1986-05-10

1986-05-10

Ludman and Andresino at the podium.

1986-05-11

President Koenig at the podium, with Stafford and Callahan on the stage.

1986-05-11

Actor, Richard Coogan '39 wearing a western bowtie and sheriff's badge, stands with three women, one of whom holds a pistol. The women are looking at Coogan. Coogan was known for his role in the television series, the Californian.

1958

Actor Richard Coogan '39 wearing a western bow tie and sheriff's badge, poses for a photo with three women, one of whom holds a pistol. Coogan was known for his role in the television series, the Californian.

1958

Women (in dress) and man (in suit) accept an award plaque from man at podium.

1958

Two men and one woman stand at a podium. The podium reads: "Sheraton-Plaza" and "Emerson College".

1958

Sports trophies and photos lined up on a shelf. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

A multicolored poster promoting the 10th Annual Emerson Film Festival: A Showcase of Student Films, in 2010. Special make-up effects artist, Rick Baker is featured on the left side of the poster. Since 2000, the Emerson College Los Angeles campus has hosted an event to showcase student films and connect alumni to Emerson students. Today, the Emerson College Film Festival and LA Showcase screens student films from the Emerson and Los Angeles campuses with competitions and awards, workshops and lectures from industry figures. Info source: Berkeley Beacon 10/2/2014.

2010

Two men and an award. In 1962, WERS won the UPI Tom Phillips Award for outstanding achievement in broadcasting, becoming the first college operated radio station to achieve this honor. Emerson student-produced segments would win this award for the next four years.

1962

David Wong Louie gives a reading from his book during the John C. Zacharis First Book Award presentation at the First and Second Church, Boston on December 4, 1991. Sponsored by Emerson College, Ploughshares, and the Writing Department. Photo by Karen Couture. David Wong Louie became the first recipient of the Zacharis Book Award for his collection of short stories, Pangs of Love. The annual award was created by Ploughshares literary magazine to honor an outstanding debut book of short fiction or poetry.

1991-12-04

Emerson's Debate Council: Gertrude Hubbard '56, Vincent Bevilacqua '57, John Pietromonaco '58, Haig Marderosian '54, Otilio Gorospe, Jr., pose with their trophy from a 1955 debate tournament.

1955

From the John C. Zacharis First Book Award ceremony on Dec. 4, 1991, Emerson College president John Zacharis stands for a photo with members of the award committee. The annual John C. Zacharis First Book Award honors an outstanding debut book of short fiction or poetry. The author David Wong Louise (not pictured) was first to receive the award for his collections of short stories, Pangs of Love.

1991

The second EVVYs ceremony, held in 1983. A man and woman stand behind a modern white podium, smiling and applauding. The very first EVVY awards were held in 1982. The EVVYs were created to recognize student achievement in television and video. Decades later, this annual awards program has evolved into the largest student award show in the nation, showcasing the work of Emerson students in nearly every area of study offered at the college. Info source: NewEnglandFilm.com.

1983

Pictured L-R: Emerson president John Zacharis, Ploughshares editor-in-chief Ladette Randolph, and Ploughshares co-founder DeWitt Henry. Ploughshares literary magazine created the John C. Zacharis Book Award to honor an outstanding debut book of short fiction or poetry. The first Zacharis award went to David Wong Louie (not pictured) in 1991 for his collection of short stories, Pangs of Love.

1991

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1986-02-02

1986-02-02

1986-02-02

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