Emerson College Today

  • Haley House

    Students premiere film on nonprofit cafe

    Student filmmakers have completed a documentary on Haley House, a nonprofit bakery and cafe in Roxbury that helps former convicts.

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    Performing Arts designers showcase work

    Graduating Performing Arts seniors presented their body of design work to a panel of guest professional designers for review and critique in the Tufte Performance and Production Center on December 7. 

  • Bethany Nelson

    Theatre educator gets innovation award

    Theatre Educator-In-Residence Bethany Nelson is receiving an award for innovating how theater is taught to urban public school students.

  • Srinivas

    Srinivas to study globalization on religion

    Tulasi Srinivas, associate professor of communication studies, has been chosen for a fellowship to study the forces of globalization on religion.

  • John Kerry

    Students complete top political internships

    Political Communication majors Kate Lagreca ’14 and Xakota Espinoza ’14 participated in some of the most high-profile political internships in the country.

  • Sylvia Spears

    Spears shares diversity, inclusion goals

    Sylvia Spears, vice president for diversity and inclusion, held a forum for faculty and staff December 12 to share Emerson’s forward-thinking strategy and goals for diversity and community engagement.

  • Home for Little Wanderers

    Class adopts family for holidays

    More than 30 students in the Global Marketing Communication and Advertising graduate program have purchased gifts for a financially struggling family living in Boston.

  • Film Musical

    Writing the Film Musical

    Writing the Film Musical culminates in the final class, when the student teams showcase their work in a live performance.



Events Calendar

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