Emerson College Today

  • Philip "P.J." Crowley speaks to Emerson students about his work.

    State Department Spokesman Visits Emerson

    Twitter revolutions, WikiLeak revelations, blogging, and the worldwide power of social media were among the topics addressed by U.S. State Department spokesperson Philip "P.J." Crowley when he visited campus March 10. 

  • Martin Baron, editor of the Boston Globe

    Journalism students visit Boston Globe

    Emerson students listened to Martin Baron, editor of the Boston Globe, recount the story of his newspaper's Pulitzer Prize-winning expose of sex scandals in the Catholic Church.

  • Communication Week

    Emerson to celebrate Communication Week

    Emerson’s School of Communication will host its second annual Communication Week March 14–18, 2011.

  • Jabari Asim

    Asim's book nominated for NAACP best fiction prize

    Jabari Asim, associate professor of Writing, Literature and Publishing, has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Best Fictional Work for his book A Taste of Honey

  • Steven Samuels addresses a full house at a screening and discussion

    Panel examines The King's Speech via multiple perspectives

    Emerson faculty members from several disciplines were part of a panel discussion about The King’s Speech before a full house at the Bright Family Screening Room on March 3.

  • Twitter logo

    Emerson earns an 'A' in social media

    When a blog called Boston Innovation recently named the Boston-area colleges that have the most Twitter clout, it reported a surprising result: Emerson College came in second, right after Harvard University.

  • Who's Who

    Emerson students named to Who's Who

    Twenty-six Emerson seniors were selected to represent Emerson College in Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for the 2010–2011 academic year.

  • Seniors on the men's team

    Senior Lions basketball players honored

    The Emerson College basketball programs honored their seniors during the final home games of the season on Feb. 19.



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