Beginning Monday, September 23, everyone in the Emerson community will have access to the Bike Room, located across from 2 Boylston Place.
While a cellphone played the Friends’ theme song, students tried out their best Chandler Bing imitations.
“The goal was to reinvent the Little Building, to give it another 100 years of life, and bring it into this century,” said Ross Cameron, Vice President at Elkus Manfredi Architects.
Emerson College students, alumni, and friends celebrated the 20 Emersonians nominated for Emmy Awards this year at the WME Screening Room in Beverly Hills on Thursday, September 12.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the award-winning television series Friends, which was produced by Emerson’s very own alumnus and trustee, Kevin Bright ’76, replicas of the iconic “Central Perk” coffeehouse set are going on tour to locations around the world – thanks to Warner Bros. TV Marketing Executive Lisa Gregorian ’83.
You wouldn’t think that having a great vista would matter for a student spiritual center, but the new center is all about views – and accepting each other’s beliefs.
We are excited to share updates and details of some new additions we have been working on with many of our campus partners, including our dining services provider, Bon Appétit.
Board of Trustees member Raj Sharma, MA ’83, the Managing Director of Wealth Management for Merrill Lynch in Boston, participated in a financial roundtable hosted by Forbes and Shook Research last month, in which they discuss market trends and outlooks.
Georden West, MFA ’18, has won a Student Academy Award in the Alternative/Experimental category for their short film, Patron Saint.
Japan’s largest media conglomerate, Yomiuri Shimbun — which has the largest newspaper circulation in the world — recently partnered with Emerson College to train some of its most promising rising journalists in data journalism and digital techniques.