Laura’s Law was named for alumna Laura Levis ’04, who died outside a Somerville, Mass., emergency room because she couldn’t find the entrance.
Raynauld and a co-author won in the Identity Issues Best Paper category.
Shea, who died in September 2022, was a profound force, writes Ates in an essay adapted from his remarks at Shea’s memorial gathering, held last month.
The International Online Theatre Festival (IOTF) is running now through April 30, featuring 39 shows from 23 countries.
While Orchard led ArtsEmerson, he brought more than 84 global productions from 16 different countries to Boston
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer John Filo and Mary Ann Vecchio, the girl over the body of a slain student in the iconic photo taken May 4, 1970, will speak.
Juniors in the top 5 percent of their class, and seniors in the top 10 percent with at least 48 earned credit hours are eligible for membership.
On Beckett, a production by Octopus Theatricals, won Outstanding Visiting Play, and Travis Alabanza won Outstanding Visiting Performance in a Play for Burgerz, a solo show Alabanza also wrote.
Students used library furniture, fabric scraps from the costume shop, and more to create something new.
Today we honor Trans Day of Visibility, an opportunity to celebrate the beauty, talents, and contributions of trans members of our Emerson community, and the trans community worldwide.