Emerson College Today

  • International

    Coffee and conversation for international students

    Several of Emerson’s international students participated in the International Coffee and Conversation event in Common Ground, a new community space in the Walker Building, on January 29, where they discussed everything from snow to the Super Bowl in an informal setting with hot chocolate, coffee, and healthy snacks.

  • Brooks Russell

    Former College Administrator Brooks Russell Dies

    Brooks Russell ’72, a longtime Emerson administrator who is remembered best for his outsized personality, died January 29 at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers. He was 84 and had been a resident of Wakefield, Massachusetts.

  • Peniel Joseph

    Joseph ties MLK memory to Ferguson

    Tufts University History Professor Peniel Joseph joined the Emerson community January 30 for a talk on correlations between past and current black movements and an explanation of why civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. should be remembered as revolutionary. 

  • Blackwell

    CW executive gets Emerson degree, oversees hit show

    Traci Blackwell is a CW television network executive relishing in a Golden Globe win for a show she oversees, Jane the Virgin, just months after receiving her Emerson College master's degree.

  • Emerson seal

    Purple Key Leadership Society inductees announced

    Twenty-eight seniors have been selected for induction into Emerson College’s Purple Key Leadership Society for the 2014-15 academic year.

  • penguin

    13 Things We Did During the Blizzard of 2015

    As Emerson students, we are highly creative individuals who know how to keep ourselves entertained when weather forces the College to close its doors for the blizzard of 2015.

  • patriots

    Poll: 47% say Patriots cheated

    The Emerson College Polling Society (ECPS) says 47 percent of Americans think the New England Patriots are “cheaters” in the wake of the so-called Deflategate scandal.

  • Martinez, Jacqueline

    Emerson's newest cop wants better life for daughter

    A single mother and Emerson College’s newest police officer, Jacqueline Martinez credits the institution for providing her a path to a better life for herself—a child of inner city Boston—and her daughter, who was born three years ago with a cleft lip and a heart condition.



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