“Mary Shelley was a teenager in 1816 when she came up with Victor Frankenstein’s nameless creature, and here we are, giving children boxes of cereal with a drawing of her idea on the front.”
NBC reporter and Emerson College alum Ben Colllins visited his alma mater to discuss how he covers the “dystopia beat.”
Emerson Today sat down to talk with Emerson’s new VP for Equity and Social Justice about her vision for Emerson, and what brings her joy.
Students from all over the country joined the book club.
Students studying for the first-in-the-nation BFA in Comedic Arts will have the opportunity to spend the fall of their junior year taking courses only offered in LA:
The medical community has yet to streamline new linguistic frameworks for diagnosing autism.
With three more regular season games, the Lions are looking to roar into the postseason.
The research will be the focus of a spring semester course.
Olayiwola delivered her passionate piece in the darkened arena under a green spotlight.
Brelis chronicles her own mental health crisis during the pandemic.