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Jacqueline Liebergott; Larry Agran. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

In 1985, Emerson opened its European Center, based out of Kasteel Well in the Netherlands. The first group of students arrived in September. "The castle," as it is common called among the Emerson community, remains a popular option for study abroad.

1986

1985-11-02

Alexandra Marshall, photographed in front of Boston swan boats. ISBN in bottom right of print. Author, editorial writer, instructor at Emerson College.

Actors on stage among forest scenery. Alice in Wonderland performed by the Emerson College Children’s Theatre group and directed by Imogen Hogle on Oct. 18, 1919 at Huntington Chambers Hall. The nation's first collegiate level program in Children's Theater was established at Emerson College in 1919.

1919-10

President Koenig sits behind a desk or table. He looks away from the camera and holds eyeglasses in his hand. There are folders, papers and coffee cups on the table. Allen Koenig received his BA degree from the University of Southern California, his MA degree from Stanford University, and his PhD in speech communication from Northwestern University. He came to Emerson from the University of Southern California’s Idyllwild campus, where he served as executive director. President Koenig turned an eye toward academic excellence by increasing the percentage of faculty with terminal degrees from 46 percent to 72 percent. In addition, the student body grew by 66 percent during his presidency. Koenig continued to expand the Boston campus to meet the needs of faculty and students with the purchase of the Majestic Theatre in 1983, as well as several other buildings in the Back Bay area. The Majestic Theatre was restored over a period of several years and in 1989 reopened as a live performance theater with the student musical George M! During his presidency, Koenig worked to secure land in Lawrence, Massachusetts, in a bid to build an entirely new and unified campus. But by 1989, a move to Lawrence was deemed unfeasible, due to financial constraints and dissent from the Emerson community. Despite the failed bid to move Emerson out of Boston, Koenig was still able to expand the College’s reach. In 1985, a formal overseas program began in The Netherlands at Kasteel Well, purchased by Emerson in 1988. In 1986, Emerson began its Los Angeles program for students seeking internships and networking opportunities on the West Coast; the program continues to this day.

1979

1986-05-11

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

1986-05-11

Female student wearing sunglasses and a headband sits on "the Wall" smoking a cigarette with a book in her lap.

1986-10

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees 6 of 7 attended the event: Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

Young man receives a check. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Young man receives a check. Another young man holds a fraternity paddle with Greek letters. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Young man receives a check. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Young man receives a check. A scenic painting or photo of a mountain lake decorates the wall.

1961

Group photo of the students participating in the program along with interim president John Zacharis, Director of AFYP Anthony Bashir, and Assistant Director of AFYP Helen deLone (in the center of the group). Pictured are the first year's graduating class.

1990-04-24

Liftman (left) carries something in her arms, Koenig (center) has one hand on a wall, Rapiti is on the right, bearded.

1986-05-09

Left to Right: Frank Napal '69 '70, Allen Koenig, Jane Guterman '73, Richard Pimes '73. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

John Collins, Director of Alumni Relations, emcee of the event. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

Left to Right: Frank Napal '69 '70, Allen Koenig, Jane Guterman '73, Richard Pimes '73. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

Left to Right: Richard Pimes '73, Michelle Gillen '77 and William Shockett, Commissioner of the City of Miami Beach. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

(L-R) Frank Napal '69 '70, Allen Koenig, Jane Guterman '73, Richard Pimes '73. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

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

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

1988-10-04

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1991-10-12

Members of the Musical Theatre Society perform.

1991-10-12

Members of the Musical Theatre Society perform: Nancy Jean Torner, Jeanne Tinker and Bonnie Jean Truland. Location: Back Bay Hilton, Boston, MA.

1986-10-18

Members of the Musical Theatre Society's Cabaret Players perform a variety called "You Were There," written and performed for tonight's event. Location: Back Bay Hilton, Boston, MA. Pictured students may include: Nancy Jean Torner, Jeanne Tinker and Bonnie Jean Truland.

1986-10-18

Reunion committee members: Sema Ullian, Wanda Bigham and John Collins '77 (standing).

1985-09-19

1985 - 1989

Alumni at the table display their "1965" card. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1970" card. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1960" card. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

President Koenig addresses alumni, friends and faculty at dedication of the Haig Der Marderosian room at the new home of Communication Studies during Alumni Weekend activities, May 31-June 2, 1985. 21 Commonwealth Ave., Boston.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1925" card. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1950" card. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1935" card. Pictured guests include Emerson professor June Mitchell. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1955" card. Pictured guests include Emerson professor Ken Crannell '55 and trustee, Helaine Miller. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Dr. Esther Doyle '35 (left) and June Hamblin Mitchell '35 (right). Doyle and Mitchell performed at Southwick Recital during Alumni Weekend.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Alumni at the table display their "1945" card. Dates of alumni weekend: May 31-June 2, 1985.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Left to Right: Harry Morgan with Raul Lovett Esq. '56 and his wife Nancy Lovett '59. Weston Hotel, Boston. Raul Lovett was a lawyer known as "King of Workers’ Comp."

1986-05-10

Piano and vocal performance. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986-05-10

Newly appointed president of the Alumni Association, Frank Napal '69 G'70, with Paul Marte, Assistant Director of Admissions/Alumni. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986-05-10

The Class of 1936 around a table. Clockwise: man with back to camera is Robert Peoples with wife Beula Moore Peoples, Anne Doris MacDougall, Thelma Tucker Cooper, Geraldine Dondero Sylvia, Mary O'Keefe Dentler, Helen Mooey Bodnar, Allee Hamilton Wood, Edith Norris Cuny, Lucile Spencer Southernden, Walter McGarvey and his wife Julia Quigley McGarvey. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986

Carrie Wycoff, Joely Fisher and Lori Denniberg perform "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B". Cabaret Players of the Musical Theatre Society perform for the alumni during the President's champagne reception at the Fireplace Theatre, Brimmer St.

1986-05-09

Harry Morgan, winner of the Issachar Hoopes Eldridge Citation. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986-05-10

Reception at the Westin Hotel. Pictured left to right: unknown, Walter Stelkovish, Leo Nickole and Neal [last name unknown].

1986-05-10

Joely Fisher. Cabaret Players of the Musical Theatre Society perform for the alumni during the President's champagne reception at the Fireplace Theatre.

1986-05-09

John Rigrod '66, secretary for Alumni Association with John Collins, Director of Alumni Relations. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

Andrea Liftman '70 steps down as president of the Alumni Association and passes the gavel to Frank Napal. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

Carol Ann Small, Alumni Relations secretary with Arthur Edes, founder of the Broadcasting department, is presented with a special recognition award from the class of 1946. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

The class of '56 share memories and capture new memories on film. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

Elizabeth Sampson '26 and Ruth Day Sawyer '26. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

George Quenzel, winner of the Leonard Riendeau award. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986-05-10

Lori Denniberg. Cabaret Players of the Musical Theatre Society perform for the alumni during the President's champagne reception at the Fireplace Theatre.

1986-05-09

Boarding the boat. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

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

Allee Hamilton Wood signs the Cabaret '86 yearbook. This yearbook was dedicated to the 50th reunion class of 1936 who never had a yearbook from their time at Emerson. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

Lori Denniberg. Cabaret Players of the Musical Theatre Society perform for the alumni during the President's champagne reception at the Fireplace Theatre.

1986-05-09

Carole Soling '56 with other members of her class. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

1986-05-10

Group photo of the 15th reunion of the class of 1961. Cabaret lunch about "New Boston" departed from Rowes Wharf for a cruise on Boston Harbor.

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

Gayle Carson '59 and Lauren Beresner '86 at the food table. Aboard the Spirit of Boston ship.

1988-05-14

Edythe Avery '40 and Helen Rose '38. 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

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

1988-05-14

Aboard the Spirit of Boston boat.

1988-05-14

Aboard the Spirit of Boston ship.

1988-05-14

Bill Callahan '86, '87 and Anson Tebbets '86. Ames, 355 Commonwealth Ave., Boston.

1988-05-13

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