Transgender advocate and actor Laverne Cox, of Orange is the New Black on Netflix, will be at Emerson College on Monday, November 4, to hold a lecture as part of The Authentic Me: Transgender Awareness Week.
Parents got a slice of Emerson this past weekend, October 18-20, during the College’s annual Family Weekend. Families attended mini-college sessions, workshops, a Talent Showcase, and the President’s Breakfast.
A town hall forum to discuss sexual assault on October 21 ended with students pleding with Emerson President Lee Pelton to promote a positive atmosphere of acceptance, peace, and understanding as the College continues to examine ways it can improve responses to sexual assault allegations.
Tita Puopolo, '96, MA '97, the daughter of 9/11 victim Sonia Mercedes Morales Puopolo, read from her book, Sonia's Ring: 11 Ways to Heal Your Heart, at the Iwasaki Library on October 16 before a standing-room-only crowd.
Emerson President Lee Pelton addressed the community outlining a plan on sexual assault response and prevention.
Is Edward Snowden a hero? Eighty percent of audience members at an October 8 Emerson discussion voted yes, but intelligence experts on the panel offered mixed opinions.
James Kennedy '14 will attempt to play all 75 pianos recently set up on Boston streets Saturday, October 5, as part of the Play Me, I'm Yours arts project.
Emerson College is participating in the 2013 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP)—a one-of-a-kind survey that explores the lives of arts alumni nationwide.
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The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.