Emerson College Today

  • Sports Comm workshop in Barcelona

    Students Learn About Sports, PR, Culture in Barcelona

    Over two dozen students and faculty members came to the Bordy Theater to hear highlights of Communication students' trip to Barcelona and Lisbon.  A reception followed the seminar at Fajitas and ‘Ritas with Enric Ordeix Rigo, a faculty member at Blanquerna University, Emerson’s sister school in Barcelona.

  • Ribbons on the Runway

    Sorority Raises Money for Breast Cancer Support

    This year's Ribbons on the Runway fundraiser will be held at the Ritz-Carlton Boston Common on Sunday, April 3, 4:00 pm, and will benefit Sharsheret, a nonprofit that supports Jewish women and families battling breast cancer. 

  • Ernest Shackleton Loves Me

    Emerson Has Leading Role in IRNE Nominations

    Eleven Performing Arts faculty and alumni, and nine ArtsEmerson productions have been nominated for Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards, which honor the best in theater across the region’s large, mid-size, and fringe companies.

  • Crane cam

    Watch Boylston Place Dorms Being Built

    Now you can watch Emerson College's new 380-bed residence hall at 1-3 Boylston Place being built, brick by brick, without getting wet or sunburned, courtesy of a camera mounted atop the Walker Building.  

  • We Are Pussy Riot rehearsal

    NewFest Play to Bring Activists’ Words to Stage

    Playwright Barbara Hammond wants to give Pussy Riot another shot at getting their message across. She’ll try it onstage at the Tufte Performance and Production Center’s Greene Theater March 31–April 3, when Emerson Stage performs her new play, We Are Pussy Riot, directed by Kenneth Prestininzi.

  • Alexandra Milchan-Lambert ’94, Scott Lambert, and Kevin Bright '76

    Powerhouse Producing Team Speaks at ELA

    Producers Alexandra Milchan-Lambert ’94 and Scott Lambert shared advice about making it in the entertainment industry and the journey of development in Hollywood during a talk at Emerson College Los Angeles on March 23.

  • Emerson Visitor Center open house

    New Emerson Visitor Center Says “Come on In”

    The new Visitor Center, with its floor-to-ceiling glass façade at 104 Boylston Street, technically has been open to the public since construction finished last month, and is the home base for Emerson info sessions and campus tours for prospective students and their families.

  • Laurie Anderson at Paramount Mainstage

    Laurie Anderson Talks Collaboration, Failure, and “Dangerous Art”

    Multimedia artist Laurie Anderson began her talk before a crowd of Emerson College graduate students and others gathered at the Paramount Mainstage on March 25 by telling them, “Most of the work I do begins with a kind of failure.”


Events Calendar

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