The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired two Emerson to create an online T-shirt business in order to help out those struggling during these difficult times.
By Zenebou Sylla ‘22 EmersonWrites, an urban creative writing program offering free college-level workshops for Boston area students in grades 8-12, celebrated its 10th Annual Showcase late last month at … Continue Reading EmersonWrites Celebrates a Decade of Creation and Community
Political Communication major Christopher Henderson-West ’20 recently was selected as a full-time staff intern with Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA13) through the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) Emerging Leaders program, one of the most elite internships on Capitol Hill.
Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interest (EBONI) held its third annual BLK Out fashion show this past weekend. I was able to be a part of this event, and it was an extraordinary experience, from the rehearsals to stepping out onto the stage.
The Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE) Happy Hour welcomed back Emerson students and faculty with an Oscar-themed night that celebrated the best films and filmmakers from around the world, turning a more inclusive eye to the nominations than critics say the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has.
Daniel Hollis ’22, who died earlier this semester after suffering a brain injury, saved three lives that terrible October day. His kidney, liver, and heart valves were donated to people who desperately needed transplants.
This Thanksgiving, students from Emerson and Marlboro colleges shared a meal and their perspectives on Marlboro’s southern Vermont campus just three weeks after the two institutions announced that they were exploring an alliance beginning next summer.
An anonymous donor has collaborated with the Spirit of Emerson Committee to debut a new campus-wide award in Spring 2020 celebrating the act of kindness.
Phi Alpha Tau, the nation’s oldest professional communicative arts fraternity, will award Boston’s first African American police commissioner, William G. Gross, the Dr. David Brudnoy Award for his impact and influence on the city’s community.
Award-winning novelist Tayari Jones talked to Emerson students and faculty last week about how she became the author she is today as she navigated through the writing and publishing world.