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Remodeling College buildings has come with some challenges, but also some fun surprises!
Geoffrey Gray ’19 dished out a game-high 23 points with eight assists and two steals as the Emerson men’s basketball team held off a late comeback from Dean College to grab the 84–70 win.
Emerson College Los Angeles students helped to produce, film, and edit a video for the Hollywood Police Activities League, highlighting the nonprofit's 20th anniversary and its impact on the Hollywood community.
Video showcased at Hollywood Police Activities League gala
Emerson College faculty have published a wide range of books this year, from poetry collections and scholarly works to an industry how-to and even a children’s book.
Michaela Papa MFA '15 is creating States of the Union, a compilation of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, art, photography, and interviews that captures the sentiments of a broad spectrum of Americans during the time between the election of Donald Trump and his inauguration as president.
Thu, December 08, 2016 6:00pm
Members of the Emerson Launch startup incubator will be joined by students working on creative concepts in publishing, theater, filmmaking, communications, and more. Swing by to share which ideas inspire you and which ones need more work.
Thu, December 08, 2016 7:00pm
The Dying of the Light explores the history and craft of motion picture presentation through the lives and stories of the last generation of career projectionists.
Thu, December 08, 2016 8:00pm
Extremely socially advanced for the time, playwright George Bernard Shaw addresses issues of gender roles and the complexity of being female in the 19th century, still resonant today.