NEWS & EVENTS

Emerson College Today


  • Bill Knott

    Bill Knott, esteemed poet and longtime WLP faculty, dies

    Bill Knott, an influential American poet who spent more than 25 years teaching at Emerson College, died March 12.

  • The Whale

    Student turns in a whale of a performance

    Josephine Elwood ’15 stars in The Whale at the award-winning SpeakEasy Stage Company of Boston through April 5.

  • Anaridis Rodriguez

    Alumna joins Weather Channel

    Anaridis Rodriguez, MA '11, may be the first news anchor to specifically work for The Weather Channel when its new morning show launches March 17.

  • Basketball

    Two Named to NEWMAC All-Conference Team

    Jon Goldberg '14 and Michael Thorpe '16 have been named to the NEWMAC All-Conference Basketball Team for the 2013–2014 season.

  • Ayad Akhtar

    Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is in residence

    Emerson College will welcome actor, author, screenwriter, and Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Ayad Akhtar on campus as senior artist-in-residence for the month of March.

  • Menounos, Bergeron

    Emerson LA dazzles community with gala

    Emerson College's spectacular new home in Hollywood officially opened with a dazzling celebration March 8 that was attended by more than 600 alumni, parents, students, and friends and viewed by thousands via the Internet.

  • Acappellics thumb

    Acappellics Anonymous advances in competition

    The Emerson student singing group Acappellics Anonymous won first place in the quarterfinal round of the International Competition of Collegiate A cappella, and move on the the semi final competition this month.

  • Sheehan

    Emerson Channel launches in LA

    Given that the Emerson Channel has launched television careers for years, it only makes sense that the campus TV station has a presence in Hollywood at the new Emerson College Los Angeles.

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Events Calendar

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