Dear members of the Emerson community, According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, a fire that erupted at 6015 W. Sunset Bl., which is across the street from the ELA campus, … Continue Reading Update on fire near ELA
Switching from a summer mindset back to the structure of class time can be tough. To make things a little easier, Campus Life wants to W.O.W. you with Week of Welcome!
Marcia Smith ’80, founder of documentary production company Firelight Media, was honored with a Luminary Award from the BlackStar Film Festival, a celebration of the visual storytelling of the African diaspora and communities of color, in Philadelphia in early August.
School of Communication students dove into an array of communication internships. See how some SOC students put their Emerson education into practice this summer. Part 2 of 2.
First-year and transfer students were welcomed to Emerson in a bunch of different ways at the Embrace Emerson orientation event Tuesday, August 27.
As President Pelton referenced in his message this morning, a group sponsoring a “straight pride” parade has been granted a permit to march this Saturday, August 31. In anticipation of crowds, the college is implementing standard safety plans, as follows:
Excited. That is the best way to describe how first-year students, student orientation leaders, parents, and basically everyone else, felt on Monday as the newly renovated Little Building opened its doors to its newest occupants.
What is creativity and what does it mean? From its scholarly definition as problem-solving to the wider interpretation as creativity being unique to one’s own human experience, different perspectives on the topic were compellingly strung together in the award-winning documentary, “YesNoMaybe,” by Emerson Marketing Communications Professor Thomas Vogel and Emerson alumnus Jasraj Padhye G’18.
Fear and ignorance, humanity’s most potent cocktail, masquerading as freedom of speech,
have been given permission (i.e. given a license) to hold a Straight Pride Parade on August 31, which, barring the Boston Police determination that doing so would be unsafe, will march by our campus – an affront to the wonderfully pied beauty of our affirming and diverse commonwealth of learning.
Check out scenes from move-in day for first-year students at the Little Building.