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Spirit of Emerson Awards

2017 Spirit of Emerson Awards Call for Nominations

The Spirit of Emerson Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Spirit of Emerson Award. This will be the fourth edition of the annual awards, which honor members of the Emerson community “who have exemplified the Spirit of Emerson College.”

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Pelton Condemns Racist Flyers Found on Campus

President Lee Pelton has sent a message to Emerson College students, faculty, and staff addressing seven white supremacist flyers that were posted on campus earlier this week.

Jonah Stands Up

Alumna Wins Directors Guild Diverse Student Film Award

Emerson College alumna Hannah Engelson MFA '15 won a Directors Guild of America (DGA) Student Film Award for diverse directors for her documentary, Jonah Stands Up, about artist, comedian, and disability activist Jonah Bascle.  

Tim Riley

Riley Wins National Award for Book Review

Assistant Professor Tim Riley won a National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award from the Los Angeles Press Club on Monday for his review of Peter Guralnick’s book Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock ‘n’ Roll, on Truthdig.

Maricela Inguanzo with her daughter, Ximena. Photo/Daryl Paranada

Fourth-Grade Students Explore ELA

Fourth graders from KIPP Iluminar Academy visited Emerson College Los Angeles to tour the center and ask questions from a panel of current students and alumni. 

Students from KIPP Ilumniar Academy tour ELA


Mrs. Warren's Profession

Emerson Stage: "Mrs. Warren's Profession"

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.