This April 5-6, Emerson will showcase tomorrow’s comic masterminds with the inaugural ComEx Comedy Extravaganza, a two-day festival featuring student performances, sketches, and improv, and a “late nght show” with alumni comedy writers and a stand-up comic.
A Remembrance Gathering to honor our friend and Emersonian Lucas Flint ’20 will be held Friday, March 29, 3:30- 4:30 pm, in the WERS Live Performance Studio, 180 Tremont Street.
The next Staff Forum is on Wednesday, March 20, in the Bill Bordy Theater, from 2:00-4:00 pm.
Associate Professor David Kishik was featured in The New York Times’ #SpeakingInDance weekly Instagram feature in connection with his performance in Netta Yerushalmy’s Paramodernities, a deconstruction of work by six choreographers set to text written by scholars in place of music.
The student selected to be the Class Speaker will have the privilege of delivering remarks on behalf of the Class of 2019 at Commencement on Sunday, May 12.
Molli DeRosa ’21 spoke with McLarin for Emerson Today about her new book and her affiliation with WGBH-TV’s Basic Black, a talk show addressing African American themes for the past 50 years.
My name is Julie Avis Rogers and I am delighted to be your new Director of Religious and Spiritual Life & Campus Chaplain.
I am pleased to announce that Emerson has received a Hillman Family Grant to help fund the College’s participation in JED Campus, a multi-year program designed to support and enhance the emotional health and well-being of our students.
The Emerson College Police Department is interested in your feedback to see how we may better perform our duties and serve the community.
In 1960, Emerson students brave the cold to sculpt Nipper, the iconic spokes-dog for RCA Victor gramophones, as he listens to his master’s voice. Photo/Emerson College Archives & Special Collections