Emerson College Today

  • Nyla Wissa

    Snapshot of Class of 2015

    Recent grads share what's next...

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    Students design violence prevention games

    A First-Year Writing Program class focusing on game design—and taught by a member of the Emerson Engagement Lab—this spring created four games that teach fellow students how to intervene when witnessing power–based interpersonal violence, which includes sexual assault.

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    Journalism students examine police race relations

    Students in the History of Alternative Press course in the Journalism Department this spring completed a project titled “Recovering Lost Voices: Urban Policing and Minority Relations,” which examined the recent cultural tensions between minorities and police that have gained headlines across the United States in recent months.

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    CSD hosts Evidence-Based Colloquium

    Students and faculty in Communication Sciences and Disorders gathered for the first annual Evidence-Based Colloquium on Friday, May 8.

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    Veloudos '74 among 2015 Norton winners

    A recent Emerson alumnus and a Performing Arts faculty member were among the winners of the 2015 Elliot Norton Awards.

  • EPA recognizes Emerson green energy usage

    Emerson College has once again been recognized by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for using more green power than any other school in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) during the past academic year.

  • Alex Clark '16

    Fraternity president joins Emerson STANDS

    Alex Clark '16, president of Phi Alpha Tau, has joined Emerson STANDS and implores college men to actively engage in dialogue and prevention of power-based interpersonal violence, which includes sexual assault.

  • Renning

    Renning '14 biking across U.S. in friend's memory

    A recent Emerson graduate whose donation of bone marrow initially saved the life of a young woman, with whom she later became close friends, is now biking across the country to raise money in wake of the woman’s death.



Events Calendar

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