Press Releases


  • Emerson College to Award Four Honorary Degrees

    Max Mutchnick (co-creator of acclaimed sitcom Will & Grace) and Debbie Allen (best known for her portrayal of Lydia Grant on television series Fame) to give Commencement addresses

  • Made in America: Our Gun Violence Culture Part IV

    On Thursday, April 25, Emerson College will host the last public panel discussion in its four-part Made in America: Our Gun Violence Culture series with media partner WGBH. The fourth panel is titled “The Cultural, Social, and Economic Underpinnings of American Violence.”

  • Gunplay a performance that explores the impact of guns

    On Monday, April 22, Emerson College will stage a reading of Gunplay, a play by Frank Higgins that explores the complexity of America’s relationship to guns.

  • Made in America: Our Gun Violence Culture Part III

    On Tuesday, April 2, Emerson College will host the third panel discussion in its four-part series with media partner WGBH titled “The Second Amendment: What is it? What is it not?”.

  • Made in America: Our Gun Violence Culture Part II

    On Monday, March 18, Emerson College will host the second panel discussion in its four-part series with media partner WGBH. Titled “Who’s to Blame? Gun Violence in Media and Electronic Games”.

  • Rex Trailer

    Rex Trailer Tribute

    On Tuesday, March 12, Emerson College will pay tribute to legendary children’s television star and longtime faculty member Rex Trailer with a reflective celebration of his life and career.

  • Film festival spotlights student filmmakers

    On February 28, five student filmmakers will screen their work at the Emerson College Film Festival in Los Angeles.

  • Emerson advances gun violence discussion

    In a message to more than 1,700 college presidents, Emerson College President Lee Pelton has announced the establishment of the College Presidents’ Gun Violence Resource Center.

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