News & Events
For the fourth year, a group of Emerson students and advisors will head to El Paso, Texas, in a little over a week for Alternative Spring Break, where they'll immerse themselves in the country's largest border community (El Paso/Juárez, Mexico) and learn about immigration and social justice issues.
The Druid Theatre Company's 20th-anniversary production of The Beauty Queen of Leenane, brought to the Paramount Center by ArtsEmerson, is getting strong reviews from both Boston media and theater-focused outlets.
As a poet, Thomas Lux ’70 was a “supporter of all the underdogs,” his verses often infused with the worries of the working class, sometimes with the tang of his father’s dairy farm, said his friend of nearly five decades, Emerson Professor John Skoyles.
Both the Emerson men’s and women’s basketball squads toppled NEWMAC teams with better records to close out their seasons on Saturday, February 18, at Suffolk University’s Regan Gymnasium.
Emerson faculty members Nejem Raheem and Paul Mihailidis will take the Fall 2017 semester off to study, respectively, effects of drought on humans and the use of media to effect local change.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing Professor Megan Marshall talked to WBUR's Radio Boston this week about her new book, Elizabeth Bishop: A Miracle for Breakfast.
Irma Mann ’67 LHD ’92, a Trustee Emerita and generous friend to Emerson College, and a pioneer in the world of hospitality marketing and advertising, died Tuesday, February 14.
Emerson faculty member Peter Flynn will be honored by the Boston Society of Film Critics (BSFC) for his documentary, The Dying of the Light, about the demise of film projection in the digital age.
February 23, 2017 4:00pm
Tracy K. Smith's collection, Life on Mars, won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize and was selected as a New York Times Notable Book.
February 23, 2017 7:00pm
Join us for a series of panel discussions on the Academy Awards, featuring panels about promoting diversity within the entertainment industry, creating Oscar buzz, the business of movies, and the Oscar's impact from a European perspective.
February 26, 2017 4:00pm
Alpha Epsilon Phi presents the 13th annual Ribbons on the Runway fashion show and silent auction.
March 02, 2017 5:00pm
Please join us as we celebrate, honor, and remember our friend, teacher, and colleague Tim Edgar.
March 02, 2017 7:00pm
A special event and performance of Othello in the Seraglio begins with a panel discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar Stephen Greenblatt on the diverse societies of Islam and the treatment of race in Shakespeare.