For the first-time ever, three Emerson teams made the NEWMAC playoffs.
Emerson College remains deeply committed to providing world-class educational experiences and services to its students.
Emerson Today recently spoke with Ruthanne Madsen, Vice President for Enrollment at Emerson, about the recent tuition increase and what the College has done to lessen the impact for students and their families.
Sam Cornish, former poet laureate of Boston and a faculty member at Emerson College for more than two decades, died Monday, August 20, at the age of 82. “A lived … Continue Reading Remembering Poet Laureate and Emerson Faculty Sam Cornish
This year, new Emerson College students of color were invited to attend a pre-orientation weekend, where they will learn about campus resources, begin transitioning to life on a college campus, … Continue Reading Emerson Offers Pre-Orientation to Incoming Students of Color
Emerson Launch Director Sanjay Pothen holds an Echo Dot, part of a Voice@Emerson initiative being supported by an Amazon Alexa Innovation Fellowship. Photo/Molly Loughman Emerson College is one of 18 colleges … Continue Reading Amazon Fellowship to Help Emerson Innovate with Voice
Students in Emerson’s low-residency MFA in Writing for Film and Television program were treated to a master class in screenwriting from the creator of some of the most off-beat, creative … Continue Reading Words of Wisdom from Repo Man Writer Alex Cox
Professor Robert Todd, an avant-garde filmmaker and sound and visual artist who taught at Emerson for 18 years, was being remembered this week by the Boston film community as an … Continue Reading Visionary Film Artist Rob Todd Remembered
Eight Emerson students and two faculty members met students, scholars, and researchers from around the world in Salzburg, Austria, this summer to “reimagine journalism” amid a climate of fake news … Continue Reading Emerson Students Envision a New Kind of Journalism in Austria