Emerson College Today

  • Gold Key Honor Society

    104 Inducted into Gold Key Honor Society

    Students were inducted in a ceremony held in the Tufte Performance and Production Center’s Semel Theater, to an audience full of friends and family members. In addition, three Emerson faculty members were presented with teaching awards for their service, skill, and innovation in the classroom.

  • Dress rehearsal for "Guys and Dolls"

    Emerson's "Guys and Dolls" Shoots for Realism

    Emerson Stage is producing Broadway favorite Guys and Dolls for its spring musical this weekend, but don’t expect the hyper-stylization and "cartoonish" staging you might associate with the show. This gritty Guys and Dolls goes all the way back to the source.

  • Emerson Forensics Team

    Emerson Forensics Team Talks a Good Game

    This week, five members of the Emerson Forensics Team are in Muncie, Indiana, for the National Forensics Association (NFA) national speech and debate competition April 14–18 at Ball State University.

  • Asperger's Are Us

    Emerson Filmmakers Loom Large Over IFFBoston

    Two feature-length documentaries and a slew of shorts made by Emerson College alumni, students, and faculty will screen at this year’s Independent Film Festival of Boston from April 27 to May 4.

  • ELA faculty member Julian Higgins '08 and SoulPancake's Bayan Joonam

    Panel Discusses Pathways to Creative Success

    Emerson College Los Angeles hosts a panel on Pathways to Success: Creative Entrepreneurship featuring ELA faculty member Julian Higgins and SoulPancake's Bayan Joonam.

  • Irrefutable Proof

    VMA Faculty Hamzeh Takes Top Prize at Beverly Hills Film Fest

    Faculty member Ziad Hamzeh’s feature film Irrefutable Proof took home the Golden Palm Award, awarded to the best overall film in all categories, from the 16th Annual International Beverly Hills Film Festival, held April 6–10.

  • Ken Feil

    Together We Laugh, Divided We Bawl

    Ken Feil, senior scholar-in-residence in the Department of Visual and Media Arts, will spend his summer developing Laughing At, Laughing With: How Does Comedy Unite and Divide?, a 300-level course in the new Comedic Arts major, but open to students in any major.

  • Jeans for Justice Rally 2016

    Emerson Dons Denim, Supports Anti-Violence Efforts

    Boot cut, straight cut, skinny jeans, or “mom jeans”—faculty, students, and staff from across Emerson College pulled on their denim on April 8 to show their commitment to ending sexual assault and other kinds of violence.


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