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  • Women’s Volleyball finishes regular season undefeated in GNAC

    The Emerson Women’s Volleyball team completed a perfect season in its conference Saturday afternoon as it toppled Mount Ida College 3-0 and Emmanuel College 3-1. Emerson finished 22-7 for the year and 13-0 in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC), securing the top seed and GNAC tournament hosting privileges.

  • Boston Common

    WERS to host Frog Pond college nights

    Emerson’s award-winning, student-run radio station WERS 88.9 FM is gearing up to host college nights at the Boston Common Frog Pond during this year’s ice skating season. They begin their hosting duties Tuesday, November 15, and will continue hosting throughout the winter every Tuesday from 5-9 pm.

  • Elaine McMillion and motorcyclist

    VMA students bring home awards

    Two Visual and Media Arts students were honored in October at two separate film festivals, one for a screenplay pitch, and one for a documentary film.

  • mobile website

    Emerson launches new mobile website

    Emerson has launched a new mobile website that offers easy access to commonly retrieved information on emerson.edu via mobile devices. The mobile website can be accessed on iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android devices.

  • WOMEN: Medellín

    Emerson hosts bi-national, bi-lingual exhibit

    Emerson College and La Universidad Nacional de Colombia presented a multimedia exhibition made by and about women from Medellín, Columbia, a city that was once known as the most violent city in the world, on Wednesday, October 26.

  • Family Weekend attendees

    50th annual Family Weekend a success

    More than 1,200 Emerson parents and family members got a peek into their students’ college lives at the 50th Annual Family Weekend, October 21–23.

  • Carl Yancey

    Public Safety Lieutenant takes pride in service

    For Emerson College Public Safety Lieutenant Carl Yancey, serving and protecting are two words to live by. The 6’ 7’’, silver-haired officer was a collegiate athlete, a military ranger, and the first African-American to become a Massachusetts State Police Officer, before coming to work at Emerson in 2002 as a public safety officer.

  • Dan Tobin

    Tobin wins Massachusetts Book Award

    Former Interim Dean of Emerson’s School of the Arts Dan Tobin has won the 2011 Massachusetts Book Award in poetry for his book Belated Heavens.

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