Johnson spoke to Emerson Today about her memoir, the book being on the cover of Penthouse, and her Emerson graduate experience.
Alum Lee Schwebel funded the students’ trip to Ohio.
Students were encouraged to be authentic to their own voice.
Emerging technology continues to provide more opportunities to create art.
One way to fight back against rising censorship.
“Promise me you will stand in your truth whenever you are in this space,” Watson told students.
The organization has had a significant impact on Emerson College over the last three decades.
The Deans’ Fellows are a group of undergraduate students who work to improve diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility on Emerson’s campus.
Peers and mentees live in the Little Building so they can easily reach each other as the latter adjusts to their first year.
The night included performances, live art, and a discussion with Grandmaster Melle Mel.