This year’s Emerson College app is full of information students want to know, right this minute.
The 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards opened Monday night with a long-awaited win for Emerson alumnus Henry Winkler ’67, who won for his work on HBO’s Barry.
Distinguished Curator-in-Residence Joseph Ketner is being remembered this week by colleagues and students as an art historian who believed in the power of art to change the world. He died late last week after a battle with cancer.
College Magazine, an online publication written by students for students, included Emerson in its list of “Top 10 Colleges for Writers.”
The Emerson community returned to the Parkman Bandstand on Boston Common Tuesday to pay tribute to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
Jay Leno ’73 and eight other Emerson College alumni spoke on a series of panels at the WME theatre on September 5
Joseph Ketner, left, distinguished curator-in-residence at Emerson College, looks at a piece from Oliver Herring’s “Areas of Action,” the inaugural exhibit of the New Emerson Urban Arts: Media Arts Gallery … Continue Reading In Memory of Joseph D. Ketner II
Career Services has changed their name to the Career Development Center
Professional Studies has officially moved into the 13th floor of the Ansin Building. For many years, Professional Studies — home of Emerson’s PreCollege Program, certificate programs, and summer courses — called 148 Boylston Street home. While … Continue Reading Professional Studies Moves to Ansin Building