Emerson College Today

  • Colonial Theatre

    Colonial Theatre to be operated by Citi Performing Arts Center

    Emerson College announced that it is working out final details of a three-year lease agreement that would result in the Citi Performing Arts Center taking responsibility for operating the Colonial Theatre beginning in July 2012.

  • Men's Soccer beats Emmanuel

    Emerson Men’s Soccer team goalkeeper Noah Price ’12 had eight huge saves at Wednesday night’s game, helping Emerson beat GNAC foe Emmanuel 1-0.  

  • Christina Marin

    Marin's talk examines young adult lit

    Christina Marin used unconventional methods in a presentation she gave to students and faculty called The Morbid Allure of Young Adult Literature: Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Wizards, and the Girl Who Was on Fire on September 28 in the Piano Row Multipurpose Room.

  • Alpha Pi Theta

    Fraternity offers networking reception for students

    Students will have the chance to hobnob with alumni television, film, radio, and marketing industry professionals from fraternity Alpha Pi Theta on Friday (September 30) at a networking event called Brick by Brick: Building Emerson, Building Your Career.

  • Mother praises Emerson staff, program

    After seeing many Boston-area therapists and service providers for her son's developmental delay, Wallask found “the one” at Emerson College’s Robbins Speech, Language, and Hearing Center: Dorothy Brown.

  • Faculty music group on Grammy ballot

    Emerson adjunct faculty member, Mehmet Sanlikol is a member of a musicians’ collective based in Boston--DUNYA, whose CD is on the Grammy Awards ballot.

  • Scum of the Earth poster

    Faculty, ArtsEmerson collaborate on film series

    Emerson College and ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage kicks off a second season of Emerson Presents--a monthly series of public film screenings, followed by conversations with Emerson College Visual and Media Arts (VMA) faculty.

  • Middle East social media leader visits Emerson

    Sultan al-Qassemi, a social media leader from the United Arab Emirates identified by Time as authoring one of the top Twitter feeds during the Arab Spring, spoke to Communication Studies students in associate professor Gregory Payne’s Communication Theory for Leading Change course on September 19.



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