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  • Black Nativity

    Boston’s Black Nativity’s 44th Season Comes to Emerson

    November 17, 2014, Boston)—The 44th season of Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity, Boston’s production is the longest running gospel play in the country and it has been a Boston favorite holiday tradition since 1970.

  • Richard West

    Professor Dr. Richard West Honored with Bernard J. Brommel Award

    Boston, MA (November 12, 2014)—On Saturday, November 22, 2014, Dr. Richard West, professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Emerson College, will receive the 2014 Bernard J. Brommel Award for Outstanding Scholarship or Distinguished Service in Family Communication from the National Communication Association.

  • Emerson Los Angeles Lecture on Bionic Body

    Emerson College Los Angeles presents “The Bionic Body: Representations of Disability in Post-Human Culture” by author, dramaturg, theatre scholar and Fellow-in-Residence, Associate Professor Magda Romanska.

  • Emerson College Presents Gunplay—Explores Impact of Guns on American Life

    (October 23, 2014) BOSTON, MA—On Monday, November 3, Emerson College will stage a reading of Gunplay, a play by Frank Higgins that explores the complexity of America’s relationship to guns. 

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    Emerson mourns student Jocelyn Straus

    In an email to the Emerson community, President Lee Pelton shared news that Jocelyn Amelia Straus ’18, who was a first-year student studying Political Communication and was in the College’s Honors Program, died unattended in her Colonial Residence Hall room Tuesday night. Boston Police responded to assist the College’s staff. The Boston Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.

  • Emerson College Participates in Presidential Climate Leadership

    (September 29, 2014) BOSTON, MA—Emerson College will participate in the 2014 American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) Presidential Summit on Climate Leadership.

  • Emerson College Officially Launches Accelerator Program

    Emerson College today announced the three student teams selected for its Emerson Accelerator Program—officially marking the kick-off of the College’s newly formed extracurricular program for entrepreneurial students to launch businesses.

  • Bright Lights series

    Bright Lights Series at Emerson College

    BOSTON, MA (September 2, 2014)—On Tuesday, September 9, Emerson College’s Visual and Media Arts Department kicks-off its Bright Lights Series—free film screenings open to the public.

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