As you know, the College has been closely tracking developments related to the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Administrators continue to stay in regular contact with public health experts and have been meeting frequently to evaluate and prepare for this ever-changing situation.
As we prepare to welcome students and faculty back to campus following the spring break, the College is actively preparing to ensure the safety and health of our community amid the changing status of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) in our region and around the world.
I have heard directly from concerned students, parents, faculty, and staff, and I would like to take this opportunity to inform all of you about the important work underway to prepare our community.
Emerson’s Los Angeles campus is safe; the fires are 16 miles away from ELA, and the air quality near campus remains unaffected. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and the devastation caused by these fires.
Dear members of the Emerson College community, It is with great sadness that I write to inform you that Daniel Hollis ‘22 from Mendon, Mass. died today, surrounded by his loving … Continue Reading Sad News about Daniel Hollis ‘22
Dear Emerson Community, I am pleased to share with you that Anne Shaughnessy, Associate Vice President, Office of the President and Board of Trustees, has been appointed Vice President and … Continue Reading Announcement of Anne Shaughnessy as Vice President and Special Assistant to the President
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the award-winning television series Friends, which was produced by Emerson’s very own alumnus and trustee, Kevin Bright ’76, replicas of the iconic “Central Perk” coffeehouse set are going on tour to locations around the world – thanks to Warner Bros. TV Marketing Executive Lisa Gregorian ’83.
Emerson College is deeply committed to fostering a community that is free from power-based interpersonal violence — and to creating an environment that empowers individuals to come forward to report instances that are antithetical to the College’s values.
Fear and ignorance, humanity’s most potent cocktail, masquerading as freedom of speech,
have been given permission (i.e. given a license) to hold a Straight Pride Parade on August 31, which, barring the Boston Police determination that doing so would be unsafe, will march by our campus – an affront to the wonderfully pied beauty of our affirming and diverse commonwealth of learning.
Dear members of the Emerson community, I am writing to follow up on the message that I sent a few days ago regarding sexual misconduct and the public display of … Continue Reading Follow up to Recent Events