Emerson College Today

  • Leno

    Emmy noms include Emersonians

    Several Emersonians are once again gracing the nomination list of the Emmy Awards. Among them are Jay Leno '73, Richard LaGravenese '80, and Sofia Vergara P '16.

  • Glenn

    Glenn studies laughter in new book

    Professor Phillip Glenn of Communication Studies recently co-authored and edited Studies of Laughter in Interaction, which looks at the science behind laughter.

  • CATF

    Stage Management students work for festival

    Students and recent alumni in the Perforiming Arts' State Management program are working at the Contemporary American Theater Festival this month.

  • Outside the Box

    Outside the Box attracting crowds

    The first annual Outside the Box arts festival, founded by Ted Cutler '51, is drawing humidity-braving crowds at Boston Common and City Hall Plaza.

  • Chapin

    Chapin, 89, former Emerson President, dies peacefully

    Richard Chapin, the President of Emerson College from 1967 to 1975, died peacefully at his home July 11. He was 89.

  • Simpson

    Simpson receiving RTDNF's Oldfield Award

    Carole Simpson, senior leader-in-residence of the Journalism Department and former ABC News anchor, has been honored with the 2013 Barney Oldfield Distinguished Service Award by RTDNF.

  • Chinese journalism students

    Chinese communication students visit Emerson

    30 Chinese communication students visited Emerson July 7-13, learning about of American press, marketing and social media. 

  • Keeling

    Keeling, former AD, loses cancer battle

    Former Emerson College Athletics Director Rudy Keeling died after a courageous battle with cancer July 6, 2013 at his New Hampshire home. A memorial service will be held at Emerson's Plofker Gym on Saturday, July 13.



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