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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.
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Emerson College Alumni Magazine that ran from 1959-2000.
The Faculty: How Much Dedication? Photo by Werner Wolff--Black Star. "A Decent Standard of Living.". "Present and proposed average full-time salaries". "The Doors Stand Open" by Madeline A. Chaffee, '27, which profiles alumnus Harry S. Novack ('48) who is Professor of Special Education at the Rhode Island College of Education. Begins "The Doors Stand Open" by Madeline A. Chaffee, '27. "Short Takes...news and notes of Emersonian interest." "Midsummer Night's Meeting" and "Benefit Concert October 23."
Front cover. "Commencement 1960." Image of 100 Beacon St. apartment building, related to a story that starts on page 3. Includes "Audio: the Editor's Corner" and table of contents. Credits: Nan W. Carney '56, President of the Council; Madeline A. Chaffee '27, Chairman, Publications Committee; John R. Chase '56, Director of Alumni Relations; Anthony K. Van Riper, Editor; Leah C. Scott, Assistant Editor. "The Final Convocation." Includes schedule of events for Spring 1960 Commencement and assorted photographs. "Short Takes," described as "news and notes of Emersonian interest." "Telephone Pledges Pass $1,500" and "New York Alumni Meet." Photograph of alumni who participated in a telephone fundraiser. "A Bequest to Emerson," "373 Commonwealth Sold," "New Placement Officer," Emerson Goes to Pops May 29," and "Psych Club Collection Begun." "Interim Report: The $10,000 Question" and "The Box Score" "Alumnews."