It was only last year that Emerson College alum Eric Cornell ’05 founded Cornice Productions with his business partner Jack Sennott, and they’ve already got a Tony Award.
What will the future of Boston be like? Will there be flying cars? Will services, like education and street maintenance, be equitable? Beta Blocks is a participatory imagination project about future Boston that supports local communities to question and explore the role of new technologies in the places they live.
Why is Emerson College’s motto Expression Necessary to Evolution?
Uniting international scholars to address global challenges and humanitarian issues, the Emerson-Blanquerna Center for Global Communication attracts an array of experts, including Oscar Mateos, Blanquerna’s associate professor of Communication and International Relations.
Looking to relive Alumni Weekend? You’re welcome!
Marcelle Hutchins ’15 curated and is hosting the Diversity On the Runway fashion show, which celebrates designers of color from the Boston area.
There are so many reasons to choose Emerson College — a love for lions, a love for Boston, a love of our academic programs — and we look good in purple.
Alumnus Henry Winkler ’67 and Professor Cristina Kotz Cornejo were presented with American Spirit Awards Wednesdsay, May 29, in Los Angeles from The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors for their storytelling work.
Steph Curry, Lebron James, Joel Embiid and Shaq — Emerson men’s basketball coach talks about the NBA Finals, his career and the toughest players he guarded.
Two Emerson College seniors were among nine journalism students honored by the Radio Television Digital News Foundation (RTDNF) as part of the nonprofit’s 49th class of scholars and fellows.