Last month, Reuther visited Emerson Professor Thomas Vogel’s marketing and communication graduate class, to speak to the creative power of LEGO Serious Play. The workshop focused on the book, Beyond Advertising: Creating Value Through All Touchpoints, and the LEGO Serious Play methodology to help students elicit core insights.
Emerson Stage worked with faculty and students from the College’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) department to stage two sensory-friendly performances of Flora & Ulysses.
For your returns-watching convenience, Emerson Polling created a 2018 Election Scorecard, complete with the results of their midterm polls (below).
Assistant Professor Spencer Kimball, advisor to Emerson Polling (left), and Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell talk about the midterm elections during a Talk the Vote event broadcast on WBZ … Continue Reading Emerson Students Get Fired Up at WBZ Election Eve Broadcast
This year, EAGLE (Emerson’s Advancement Group for Love and Expression) held their 21st annual series of events for Queer History Month (October). The month culminated in Drag-Tober Fest, a weeklong dedication to the art of drag.
It has been an incredibly successful year. And yet, we cannot afford to rest on our successes. Excellence, after all, is an ongoing process. It is not about being. Rather, it is aspirational—it is about becoming.
High school students across the country were recognized for their outstanding achievement in video production at the third annual National Student Production Awards, held at Emerson College Los Angeles on October 18 with production help from six Emerson students.
Senior Jess Frost netted a goal for the Lions deep into the second half, but the No. 3 Emerson women’s soccer team were upended, 3-1, by the No. 2 Springfield Pride on Thursday night in the NEWMAC Championship semifinal round.
Every year, students ghoul-ify President Pelton’s house for Halloween, getting it ready for all the sweet-toothed dinosaurs, pumpkins, unicorns, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles who drop by.
In the wild week before the midterm elections, as candidates take off their gloves, Emerson College Polling students roll up their sleeves, cranking out analysis with machine-like precision.