Emerson College Today

  • Kempler, Farquharson

    'Do I Sound Gay?' leads to student, faculty talk

    Do I Sound Gay? was the documentary film screened and discussed at Emerson’s Bright Lights Series in the Paramount Center on September 17.

  • Yuri Cataldo

    College welcomes 10 full-time faculty members

    Emerson College welcomes 10 new full-time faculty members for the 2015–2016 academic year as the College continues its commitment to academic excellence in communication and the arts.

  • Women's Cross Country 2015

    Women's Cross Country wins 1st at invitational

    The Emerson College Women’s Cross Country Team won first place, and the Men’s Cross Country Team won second place, at the annual Raider Invitational at Rivier University in Nashua, New Hampshire, on September 19.

  • Students register new citizens to vote

    Students register new citizens to vote

    Emerson students and staff joined the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA) at Faneuil Hall on September 17 to help upwards of 400 newly naturalized U.S. citizens register to vote. 

  • Students watch debate

    Former Obama strategist, students view debate

    CNN’s Republican Presidential Debate on September 16 brought students, faculty, and former Obama Administration strategist Fred Baldassaro ’96 to the Little Building Dining Hall to view and discuss the three-hour event as it was broadcast live.

  • Rhiannon Luyster

    Luyster obtains grant for autism teaching, research

    Assistant Professor Rhiannon Luyster of Communication Sciences and Disorders has been selected as the recipient of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s 2015–2016 Advancing Academic Research Career (AARC) Award.

  • ArtsEmerson

    ArtsEmerson season offer to Emerson community

    ArtsEmerson has announced special ticket offers—including FREE rush tickets to all performances—for all Emerson students, faculty, and staff for the 2015-16 season. 

  • 9/11 vigil

    Alumni, students remember 9/11

    More than 100 people from Emerson and the Boston community gathered at the Gazebo of the Boston Common on Friday evening, September 11, to remember the lives of those lost on September 11, 2011, in an annual vigil hosted by Sonia Tita Puopolo ’96, MA ’97; Communication Studies Chair Gregory Payne; Emerson’s Communication, Politics, and Law Association (CPLA); and Sandra and John Talanian.



Events Calendar

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