Emerson College Today

  • Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl

    Web series creators tout power of the web

    The creators and star of the hit web series Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl Tracy Oliver and Issa Rae were at the Bright Family Screening Room February 14 to screen their show and to discuss their careers, filmmaking on the web, and the portrayal of black women in contemporary media.

  • Margot Livesey

    Livesey's latest novel homage to 'Jane Eyre'

    Margot Livesey's latest book, The Flight of Gemma Hardy, released earlier this month, is both an homage to and a reimagined modern variation on the classic novel Jane Eyre, one of the first chapter books Livesey ever read and a book she says has been a “constant companion” to her throughout her life.

  • Jacinda Ojeda

    Ojeda is a college admissions enthusiast

    Jacinda Ojeda, Emerson’s senior assistant admission director, got her start as a tour guide at her own college and continued on the admissions career path after a short stint in the corporate world.

  • 10,000 Trees

    Student films selected for Emerson Film Festival in LA

    Seven Emerson student filmmakers will screen their work at the 12th Annual Emerson Film Festival (EFF) on Thursday, March 8, at the Writer’s Guild Theater, in Beverly Hills, California.

  • London

    Emerson adds new international study opportunities

    Two new study abroad offerings for Emerson students in all majors, Arcadia University’s eight-week “London Now” summer program and a fall exchange program with Communication University of China (CUC) in Beijing, have been announced by the Office of International Study and External Programs.

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    Emersonians win at Kennedy Center Theater Festival

    Six Performing Arts students recently received top awards at the prestigious Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for Region 1.

  • WERS to introduce MemberCard

    Emerson’s award-winning radio station WERS will extend a new benefit to its supporters—the WERS MemberCard.

  • Olivia DiNucci

    DiNucci reaches basketball career milestone

    Emerson women’s basketball forward Olivia DiNucci ’13 reached a career milestone last month, scoring her 1,000th point in a game against Ohio-Eastern.



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