Emerson College Today

  • Chris Hyacinthe with Gwendolyn Bates

    A call to continue King's work at MLK Luncheon

    At Thursday’s annual Martin Luther King Day luncheon, Gwendolyn Bates, took advantage of an unexpectedly large audience to call on Emersonians to make diversity and inclusion an individual duty.

  • actor F. Murray Abraham

    Actor F. Murray Abraham, 2011 Waldman Chair

    Abraham will be at Emerson from January 23 to 28 to teach master classes and hold forums on campus.

  • NSCAA logo

    Emerson Soccer Teams Garner Academic Honor

    Emerson College is one of only 133 colleges nationwide to have both its men’s and women’s soccer teams named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Academic Award winner lists.

  • William Donoghue

    WLP Department names new interim chair

    Associate Professor William Donoghue has taken the helm in the Department of Writing, Literature and Publishing, said Daniel Tobin, Interim Dean of the School of the Arts.

  • Laura C. Morel ’11

    Journalism institute provides real-world opportunity

    During winter break, some students go skiing. Others sleep until noon. Emerson Print and Multimedia Journalism major Laura C. Morel ’11 was reporting on a murder.

  • Denis Leary ’79

    Denis Leary's Emerson Experience

    We recently caught up with author, actor, producer, and comedian Denis Leary ’79 on the set of Ice Age 4, and asked him to participate in a new series of features we are calling “The Emerson Experience.”

  • F. Murray Abraham

    A Conversation on Shakespeare's Jews

    On Wednesday, January 26 at 7:30 pm, actor F. Murray Abraham will participate in a conversation about Shakespeare’s Jewish characters on Emerson College’s Paramount Mainstage.

  • Carole Simpson's NewsLady

    Carole Simpson Remembers Martin Luther King

    In her new memoir NewsLady, former ABC News anchor and current Emerson leader-in-residence Carole Simpson shares her experience as an African American woman breaking into the news business.



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