Journalism students were honored for their skills, achievements, and professionalism Saturday, April 20, at the 2019 Journalism Awards, held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Boston.
An enormous figure in the Boston film scene passed this week.
High school senior Angelina Gamez didn’t think that she could afford to go to prom, but Operation School Bell (OSB) Prom Day, a program of the Assistance League Los Angeles held at and co-sponsored by Emerson College LA, provided her with that opportunity.
“It’s important to include new voices. Our students coming into the program want to tell new stories,” said Assistant Professor Diane DiCroce.
Anthropologist and affiliated faculty member Carol Ferrara joined students from SO310: Religion and Secularism in Contemporary Societies in a Holi celebration April 6 at the Braj Mandir Nimbarki Vaisnava Temple in Holbrook, Massachusetts.
Students at MCI-Concord will now have the opportunity to put those courses toward a bachelor of arts degree in Media, Literature and Culture, through Emerson College, which has become one of only a very few institutions in the state to award degrees to students in prison.
Assistant Professor Mneesha Gellman, founder/director of the Emerson Prison Initiative (EPI), and senior and POWER co-chair Alexis “Lex” Fernander were named this year’s Spirit of Emerson Award winners.
Emerson’s Recognition and Achievement (ERA) Awards were handed out recently to celebrate student and campus leaders during a reception and ceremony hosted by Student Engagement & Leadership that featured singing, dancing and more.
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On April 4 and 5, Emerson hosted the inaugural ComEx: Comedy Extravaganza. The two-day featured work from students in the nation’s first BFA in Comedic Arts program, as well as the campus’ dozen or so comedy troupes, and ended with a late-night talk show style panel featuring alumni comedy writers and stand-ups.