Emerson College Today

  • Brandon Penny '12, Brian Williams, Kayla Harrity'11

    WEBN Takes NYC and DC By Storm

    They’ve covered the Primetime Emmys and the Daytime Emmys, and now Emerson College Journalism students are making waves at the 31st Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards in New York City.

  • Hoglund Fills Gap for Emerson Cross-Country

    Despite winning the 2009 Great Northeast Athletic Conference championship, the Emerson College women’s cross–country team entered the 2010 season with some question marks and with heavy hearts.

  • march

    Emersonians Celebrate Inclusion

    Approximately 1,000 Emerson College students, faculty, staff, and alumni celebrated inclusion and safe communities by marching in support of the ArtsEmerson presentation of The Laramie Project and The Laramie Project 10 Years Later Saturday, October 2.

  • Alumnus Donates Archives From Major News Site He Founded

    In the early 1990s, Viscount Rob Sands ’68 recognized that there was an information gap that could be addressed using new emerging technology called the Internet.

  • Steve Himmer

    A Hermit Who Decorates?

    Do you know what a decorative hermit is? Steve Himmer does. The author and Writing, Literature and Publishing Lecturer became an expert on the subject while doing research for his debut novel, The Bee-Loud Glade.

  • Bruce Conner Artwork

    The Ghost of Bruce Conner

    Internationally recognized for his work as a filmmaker, sculptor, photographer, artist, and musician, American artist Bruce Conner is considered one of the founding fathers of the independent film movement.

  • Pop Up Play at ArtEmerson Grand Opening

    ArtsEmerson Opening Weekend Full of Fun and Surprises

    The inaugural season of ArtsEmerson: The World on Stage kicked off September 23 with an array of events ranging from film and theater to music and tours.

  • Norman Stearns

    Emerson Mourns the Loss of Norman Stearns

    President Jacqueline Liebergott shared the sad news that Dr. Norman Stearns, a dedicated and generous friend of the College, had passed away on September 28.



Events Calendar

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