A word or phrase that was commonplace for centuries may now be understood as insensitive, but many writers aren’t always tuned in to what’s appropriate.
Pat Bartevian ’44 spoke to Maeve Lawler ’25 about her entertainment career, the consignment store, and how to live a long life.
SGA Academic Senators bridge the gap between students and academic departments.
More Bright Lights series screenings will have descriptive audio than ever before.
With a camera strapped to his bicycle, Media Arts Production major Eitan Ehrlich ’25 created a video exploring Boston neighborhoods and bordering cities (yes, Brookline and Cambridge are their own … Continue Reading Video: Take a Boston Bike Tour with Eitan Ehrlich ’25
The Salt Lick Sessions spotlights a diverse range of up-and-coming musical artists, and is airing Thursday nights.
“The novel brims with insights about astronomy, technology and Indigenous folklore,” writes the Times.
Christopher Rivas’ solo play is riveting.
Mulvaney spoke to a packed Cutler Majestic Theatre.
New students got their first taste of life at Emerson.