Stand Together. Act Now. Do Something. That’s the message behind a public service announcement on YouTube promoting Emerson STANDS, an ongoing active bystander strategy that promotes an inclusive, nonviolent culture and offers skills to intervene in situations of potential harm.
The legendary student-run EVVY Awards at Emerson has been nominated for a College Television Award from the Emmys Foundation for its 2014 awards show.
Justin Simien, director of the film Dear White People, stopped by Emerson College on March 23 for a screening of his recently released film, described as a comedic and dramatic satire about being a black college student on a predominantly white campus.
Betsy Facher Rauch began working in her new role as Emerson College’s first full-time Title IX coordinator on an interim basis this month as the search continues for someone to fill the position permanently.
The creation of an annual award to help student filmmakers was announced at the Emerson Film Festival on March 22.
Earth Month will be celebrated in a very Emersonian way on Thursday, April 2, with the Green Gala—a night of sustainable food, fashion, and student performances at the Paramount Center—in addition to the College’s ongoing RecycleMania campaign.
A delegation of game designers from Egypt visited Emerson’s Engagement Lab during spring break, March 8–14, to participate in several workshops to aid in developing games to help alleviate societal problems.
Since her arrival on campus last spring, Melanie Matson has led a number of initiatives for Emerson Violence Prevention and Response (VPR) to educate community members on issues around interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, as well as updating institutional policies.
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The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.