A panel of academics and advocates on April 2 continued Emerson’s discussion series, Made in America: Our Gun Violence Culture at the Bordy Theater.
As Emerson undergoes its 10-year re-accreditation, members of the NEASC team will meet with community members April 8.
Emerson President Lee Pelton spoke with civic and business leaders March 26 about the importance of collaboration in building up the Downtown Crossing neighborhood of Boston.
Emerson College President Lee Pelton has released a statement wishing the very best to Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, the city’s longest serving mayor, who announced Thursday, March 28, that he will not run for re-election this year.
Emerson's Aim to End Violence Week launched March 25 with an event called "Painting Your Pain," which had students using art to express their feelings on gun violence.
Mark Donovan '89, who is changing the face of outdoor and mobile advertising, said Emerson has a strong opportunity to become more innovative in the communications field.
On April 2, Emerson College will host a discussion, "The Second Amendment: What is it? What is it not?" as the third of its four-part discussion series examining gun violence in America.
Aim to End Violence Week begins March 25 and includes numerous social events and discussions with the goal of increasing dialogue about gun violence.
Andy Tiedemann, VP of Communications & Marketing
The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.