EBONI hosted its 2nd Annual BLK Out Fashion Show on February 15, 2019.
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Wes Jackson, Emerson’s Director of the Business of Creative Enterprises program, spoke about the significance of Alicia Keys hosting the Grammy Awards, the relevance of the awards and more.
Recording artist/producer and media literacy educator Juma Inniss ’13 is producing a group of up-and-coming artists with something to say, and he’s bringing them to Emerson College to debut their work at a Diverse Voices in Communication event, sponsored by the School of Communication.
Arthur Mombourquette, Senior Associate Vice President for Real Estate, will be leaving Emerson College on March 1, 2019.
One of the Grown-ish’s writers this season was Hailey Chavez ’15, and Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Miranda Banks (who had Chavez in two classes) consulted on the show, working with the writers to make the characters’ college experience believable to audiences.
Dear Emerson Community, As some of you may be aware, the Boston Globe recently published an editorial regarding the College’s Emerson Prison Initiative (EPI): https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2019/02/18/offering-college-promise-those-prison/KnyOQpUJfhcasdAycacypI/story.html EPI is an extraordinary program that reasserts Emerson’s … Continue Reading Emerson Prison Initiative
Emerson College’s mens basketball head coach Bill Curley had his jersey retired by Boston College in a halftime ceremony on February 17.
President Lee Pelton’s Op Ed on prison reform, education, and the Emerson College Prison Initiative published in the Boston Globe on Monday, detailing Emerson’s civic engagement work to create opportunities … Continue Reading President Pelton on Emerson College Prison Initiative in Globe