Emerson College Today

  • Emerson, Berklee match student filmmakers

    Bringing student composers and student filmmakers together in Boston is the aim of a new program that launched November 1.

  • Students score at Austin screenwriting fest

    A record number of Emerson College students rubbed shoulders with Hollywood bigwigs and some were named finalists at this year’s Austin Film Festival Screenwriter Conference, held October 18 to 21.

  • Becoming Robert Frost

    Instead of lecturing about a historical figure, Communication Studies Associate Professor and Interim Chair John Anderson embodies the figure by reenacting pivotal moments in American history. 

  • Nonprofit, commercial theater examined in book

    The relationship between nonprofit and commercial theater was discussed at an event to mark the release of In the Intersection: Partnerships in the New Play Sector, the first book from the Center for the Theater Commons at Emerson College.

  • Linguist, activist Chomsky visits campus

    Chomsky, age 83, spoke to students on a range of issues, including foreign policy and the media as well as the presidential election that was to take place the next day.

  • River cleanup pioneer to lead film discussion

    Marion Stoddart, an environmental activist from Massachusetts, will help lead a discussion at Emerson College.

  • Emerson student saves cancer patient's life

    Emerson student Maxine Renning '14 donated her bone marrow and will meet the recipient Saturday, November 10.

  • Journalists, former governor talk election

    Carole Simpson, former ABC News anchor and Emerson College's Journalism Senior Leader-in-Residence, led a panel discussion on the 2012 presidential election.



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