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  • Paramount Center

    Emerson receives National Preservation Honor Award

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation has given a National Preservation Honor Award to Emerson College -- along with several other Boston organizations – in recognition of their contributions to the revitalization of Lower Washington Street in Boston, where the College built its multi-use Paramount Center complex.

  • Angela Hosek

    Hosek enhances Communication 100 Program

    Emerson College’s Communication 100 Program is a class considered so important that it’s one of the few courses at Emerson that all students are required to complete in order to graduate, no matter their major.

  • family weekend

    Anticipation builds for Family Weekend 2011

    Emerson parents and other family members will get a glimpse into their students’ college lives at the 50th Annual Emerson Family Weekend, to be held October 21–23. Nearly 1,300 family members are expected to attend.

  • James O'Shea

    O'Shea discusses changes in journalism field

    Accomplished journalist James O’Shea told Emerson Journalism students that they can make a difference in their careers by being entrepreneurial rather than following a traditional journalism path during a lecture he gave at the Paramount Center’s Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre on October 12.

  • Robert Todd

    Todd awarded $15k grant

    Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Robert Todd was one of six local artists recently awarded a Brother Thomas Fellowship from the Boston Foundation. The award is a $15,000, no-strings-attached grant given to accomplished artists.

  • Alpha Pi Theta

    Alpha Pi Theta marks 65 years

    More than 80 Emerson alumni brothers of the fraternity Alpha Pi Theta came back to campus recently to celebrate the fraternity’s 65th anniversary. Brothers in attendance included a comedian who works for The Late Show with David Letterman, a Dateline producer, and a producer/director of an Emmy-nominated documentary.

  • staff at luncheon

    Pelton hosts lunch, discussion with staff

    Fifteen staffers came from all corners of the College—Athletics, Journalism, Government and Community Relations, the Library, the Office for the Arts—to enjoy President Lee Pelton’s first lunch with staff.

  • Occupy Boston protestor

    Students report on Occupy Boston for the Globe

    Seven Journalism students who are part of a new course called Metropolitan News Service: A Collaboration got the chance to report on the Occupy Boston protests this week for the Boston Globe.

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Events Calendar

From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »