NEWS & EVENTS

Emerson College Today


  • Family Weekend attendees

    50th annual Family Weekend a success

    More than 1,200 Emerson parents and family members got a peek into their students’ college lives at the 50th Annual Family Weekend, October 21–23.

  • Carl Yancey

    Public Safety Lieutenant takes pride in service

    For Emerson College Public Safety Lieutenant Carl Yancey, serving and protecting are two words to live by. The 6’ 7’’, silver-haired officer was a collegiate athlete, a military ranger, and the first African-American to become a Massachusetts State Police Officer, before coming to work at Emerson in 2002 as a public safety officer.

  • Diane Lake

    Writing for musical course featured in Globe

    Writing for the Film Musical, a new course taught and created by Emerson Visual and Media Arts Assistant Professor Diane Lake and Berklee College Professor Michael Wartosky, was featured in a Boston Globe front-page article.

  • Dan Tobin

    Tobin wins Massachusetts Book Award

    Former Interim Dean of Emerson’s School of the Arts Dan Tobin has won the 2011 Massachusetts Book Award in poetry for his book Belated Heavens.

  • GNAC logo

    Emerson teams ready for playoffs

    Emerson Athletics is gearing up for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) playoffs as they wrap up a successful fall sports season.

  • Michael Mendenhall

    Mendenhall ’84 discusses future of marketing

    Michael Mendenhall ’84, president and chief operating officer of the major New York City-based advertising agency Lipman, told Emerson students that explosive population growth, unprecedented economic development, and exponential technological advancement are changing the world faster than ever before.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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