A long-time champion of children and youth, a leader in health communication, a producer of critically acclaimed and popular films, and an award-winning documentarian and disability advocate will receive Alumni Achievement Awards at this year’s Alumni Weekend, during the Alumni Association Awards Breakfast on June 1.
On Wednesday night ABC is putting on live episodes of Norman Lear’s All In The Family and The Jeffersons with all-star casts.
ArtsEmerson will celebrate its 10th anniversary of bringing contemporary world theatre to Boston with five new commissioned works and five reprises from six countries.
Emerson’s Engagement Lab has launched two initiatives designed by and for formerly incarcerated citizens to help them successfully return to their communities.
Soledad O’Brien talked about her experience reporting on a range of issues with Emerson College students.
Adam Ginivisian ’07 went from the mailroom to partner in just 10 years at the talent agency ICM Partners, making him the company’s youngest partner. Although this feat sounds daunting, it’s not that hard to comprehend after finding out a little bit more about him
Students in Roger House’s History of the Alternative Press class undertook a project to aide those with newly restored voting eligibility. In groups, students worked with the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Florida (LWVFL) to help locate and educate people about their new voting prospects.
Learning to love means you must learn to embrace. Embracing is a two-step method. First, you must acknowledge the circumstances and differences that shape who we are, and then you must be able to reach beyond those differences to find common ground.
Speakers at Emerson’s 139th Commencement Ceremony asked students to listen to others, speak their own truths, and live life with hope and compassion. Here are some excerpts:
Award-winning TV journalist Soledad O’Brien is not one to give advice.