TIDE (Teenage Identity and Diversity Education) is a one-day gathering of artists, media makers, and community organizers from Greater Boston and surrounding communities, hosted by Emerson College and Youth LEAD, Inc., a youth empowerment and training program headquartered at Emerson.
Bob Fleming (Iwasaki Library) is retiring at the end of June after 36 years of service at the College. Here he shares his top 10 favorite memories.
Before Emerson opened the Iwasaki Library in the mid-1990s, 150 Beacon Street was the longtime library for the College.
Emerson College’s Journalism Department and Engagement Lab teamed up with several noteworthy nonprofit media outlets during the 2018-2019 school year to expose corruption around gun sales throughout Massachusetts. (Image from makefoia.work)
Suffolk Construction will be removing the tower crane at 80 Boylston Street (Little Building) this weekend,which will require the closure of Boylston Street from South Charles to Tremont streets from Saturday June 22, 1:00 am, until Sunday June 23, 4:00 pm.
More than two dozen Emerson alumni, students, and faculty were honored by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Saturday, June 15, at the Boston-New England Emmy Awards, held in Boston.
Academy Award-winning screenwriter and social activist Dustin Lance Black will be the 2019 Semel Chair in Screenwriting this summer on Emerson’s Boston campus.
Emerson Staff and Faculty are invited to Clean Out Your Office on Thursday, June 20, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, in the Bill Bordy Theater.
Ed Lee’s own experiences growing up as Korean American in New Jersey during the 1980s is the inspiration for his upcoming short film Becoming Eddie.
Communications Studies Professor David Gerzof Richard was quoted by the Cape Cod Times in an article about the upcoming opening of a Hobby Lobby store on Cape Cod.