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Headshot of Peggy Charren. 1984 Emerson College honorary degree recipient; Founder and president of Action for Children's Television (ACT).

Ms. Adams, holding an antique telephone receiver to her ear.

1986-05-15

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, a woman in fancy attire appears to be agitated.

1986-05-13

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, a close-up of a man and woman kissing.

1986-05-13

Photo of a television screen. On the screen, actresses on screen in a dramatic embrace.

1986-05-13

Photo of a Panasonic television with Ms. Sorkin on the screen.

1986-09-24

Photo of a Panasonic television with Ms. Sorkin on the screen.

1986-09-24

Group photo of 13 smiling students on the set of the TV series, General Hospital. A girl sitting at a desk holds a telephone receiver. In 1986, Emerson College established the semester-long Los Angeles program, offering courses and internship credits to matriculated juniors and seniors.

1986

Smartly-dressed students pose for a group photo with Emerson Professor of Mass Communications, George Quenzel (kneeling, right) and Emerson’s Director of Special Events, Brooks Russell. They are holding up a newspaper headline that reads: “Emerson Students Looking for Jobs in L.A.”. Emerson students made their first organized trip to Los Angeles in 1980, under the leadership of Lenny Riendeau and George Quenzel. Students found it such a rewarding experience that the trip it was repeated the next year. The 1981 trip is pictured here. This four-week long, credit-bearing course, titled Hollywood Seminar: Techniques in Comedy, was held during winter intersession. The 1981 trip included studio tours, tapings, readings and interviews. The itinerary listed the following visits: The Jeffersons, Games People Play, Soap, Happy Days, CBS News, M*A*S*H, Lou Grant, The Merv Griffin Show, Wheel of Fortune, Academy of T.V. Arts & Sciences, Bob Keene (scenic designs and techniques), American Film Institute (AFT), American Music Awards, Archie Bunker’s Place, Mork and Mindy, The Johnny Carson Show, ABC, West Side Waltz, a tour of Disney Land, and a tour of Universal City.

1981

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

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