NEWS & EVENTS

Emerson College Today


  • Romney press secretary visits Emerson

    Rick Gorka, the former press secretary for Republican Mitt Romney during his recent presidential campaign, stopped by an Emerson class Thursday, February 21, in one of his first public speaking appearances since he quit the campaign after a media firestorm last summer.

  • Emerson basks in Oscar ceremony

    Hearin Ko '15 won a film contest to be an on-stage usher at the 2013 Oscars, while David Magee, Jane and Terry Semel Chair of Screenwriting, was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for a movie he wrote, Life of Pi.

  • Ko '15 back to Emerson after Oscars

      After living it up among the glitz and glamour of Hollywood the past several days—capped with being onstage at the 85th annual Academy Awards—Hearin Ko ’15 has already boarded a plane and will be back in class February 26.

  • Carole Simpson to receive ROBIE Award

    Carole Simpson, Senior Leader-in-Residence of the Journalism Department and former ABC News anchor, will receive the Jackie Robinson Foundation's ROBIE Award in New York City on March 4.

  • International Grad Student Organization is formed

    Emerson has formed its first International Graduate Student Organization amid a steady increase in the number of global students.

  • Fun times at Presidential Wiffle Ball Game

  • CNN anchor sheds tears

    A candid Don Lemon, news anchor on CNN, talked about everything from his struggles with diversity to text messages from his mom while speaking for two hours with Emerson students February 26—even shedding tears at one point.

  • Students volunteer at self-defense program

    Volunteers from an Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies class are teaching young girls self defense at Girls' LEAP in Boston.

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