Emerson College Today

  • Colbert

    Farrell, MA '08, on Grammy-winning team

    Alumna Chrissy Farrell, MA '08, an associate proucer for Hachette Book Group, was on the team that accepted a Grammy award for Stephen Colbert's audio book on January 26.  

  • Ray '14 blends film, marketing in Los Angeles

    Alyssa Ray '14, a Marketing Communication major who worked on the first Emerson Independent Film Festival, is attending the new Emerson College Los Angeles this semester.

  • Mahoney

    Mahoney '89, longtime journalist, dies at 46

    Chris Mahoney '89, a longtime journalist and part-time faculty member in Journalism from 2008-2012, has died. He was 46.

  • Jealous, Benjamin

    Emerson celebrates civil rights progress

    Emerson College is celebrating 60 years of civil rights progress with events all February long to coincide with Black History Month. On February 3, former NAACP president Benjamin Jealous will lecture and hold a teaching session.

  • volleyball

    Men's Volleyball has weekend win, loss

    The Emerson Men’s Volleyball team had both a win and a loss this weekend.

  • Owens

    Former homeless man shares story

    A former homeless man spoke with Emerson students before they emarked on their Day of Service, which had several volunteering at schools, shelters, and participating in activities on campus to help the homeless.

  • Aharoni

    Israeli Consul General visits Emerson

    The Consul General of Israel in New York, Ido Aharoni, MA '90, spoke to undergraduate Marketing Communication students about global branding in a campus visit January 27.


    Emerson LA remembers Dr. King

    Emerson College Los Angeles students honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy with service to the community on the day honoring his birthday, January 20.



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