Marshall’s is one of 27 essays on the enduring value of Thoreau’s work, written by a “Who’s Who of Intelligent Modern Prose.”
The theme of this year’s Teach-In on Race is “Creating Community.”
Our newly reconstituted search committee has now begun its work, as part of our extended search process, to identify Emerson’s next president.
The 2021 Boston Marathon will take place on Monday, October 11, 2021, resulting in large crowds and road closures throughout the city.
The trip marked the first time an Emerson contingent has gone to an in-person festival since the pandemic began in March 2020.
Tentatively titled We Don’t Know You Anymore, the book will also explore our society’s beliefs about, and reaction to, those who have undergone a radical transformation, as well as ideas around who has the right to redemption.
Three Latinx artists will take over the Emerson Alumni Instagram account to talk about their lives.
We are back to ZEROcases after hitting three cases last week.
The theme of this year’s Teach-In on Race is “Creating Community.” It will feature “Drawing Social Justice-How Your Art Can Help Change the World,” a keynote address by Tak Toyoshima, creator of the comic strip Secret Asian Man.
We want to reaffirm our commitment to make meaningful change in the daily experiences of BIPOC students, students with disabilities, first generation college students, and students with other marginalized identities.