Emerson College Today

  • Pelton

    Pelton begins blogging for Huffington Post

    Emerson President Lee Pelton has begun blogging for the popular news website The Huffington Post.

  • Al-Hamdouni

    Alumna heads to Morocco with Peace Corps

    Well-traveled alumna Jennan Al-Hamdouni '09 will spend two years in Morocco with the Peace Corps.

  • Weinman

    Alum releases psychological thriller

    In what he hopes will turn into a book series, Edward Weinman, MFA ’99, has just released a psychological thriller, The Ring Road, that delves into the darkness of a murder in remote Iceland.

  • Kitty Martin

    Film follows vet with PTSD

    A documentary co-produced by an Emerson alumnus that follows a U.S. Marine veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder as he rode a bicycle from Boston to Washington, D.C., will premiere January 14.

  • Emerson seal

    Center for Theater Commons awarded $760k grant

    A multi-million-dollar nationwide initiative from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will fund the work of 14 playwrights who will interact with the Center for the Theater Commons at Emerson over the next three years.

  • Griffeth

    'Hangover' writer mentors Emerson student

    Carlee Griffeth '12 finished her Emerson career last semester by mentoring with Craig Mazin, co-writer of the films Hangover Part II and Scary Movie 3 and 4.

  • thermometer


    As Emerson students enjoy a break from classes for the next two weeks, they’re expressing their weather woes, and delight, on Emerson College’s Facebook page—from all over the globe.

  • Haley House

    Students premiere film on nonprofit cafe

    Student filmmakers have completed a documentary on Haley House, a nonprofit bakery and cafe in Roxbury that helps former convicts.


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