One hundred years ago, Emerson College’s Class of 1919 dressed in costume for their senior production of The Knight of the Burning Pestle by Francis Beaumont, the earliest (1607) known parody play in English.
In 1960, Emerson students brave the cold to sculpt Nipper, the iconic spokes-dog for RCA Victor gramophones, as he listens to his master’s voice. Photo/Emerson College Archives & Special Collections
The NEWMAC Championship Emerson men’s basketball team got a sendoff in front of Piano Row Wednesday, February 27, as they boarded a bus that will take them to the first … Continue Reading Pride of Lions Gets Sendoff to NCAA DIII Tourney in New Jersey
…there was this crowd from 1910. We don’t know why these people converged on Emerson’s block of Boylston Street, but it must have been a big deal because Emerson archivist … Continue Reading #ThrowbackTuesday: 100 Years Before the Patriots Drew Crowds
Emerson first-year students wear beanies in this undated photo. According to the Emerson Archives, “Beanie Day” began as far back as the 1940s, and continued at least through the 1960s. … Continue Reading Flashback: When First-Year Students Wore Interesting Hats
Head Women’s Basketball Coach Bill Gould serves up scrambled eggs and sausages to students during the Late Night Breakfast, held Monday, December 10, in the Dining Center. An end-of-semester tradition, … Continue Reading Academic Egg-cellence
Students and pedestrians walk through Boylston Place. Photo/Derek Palmer
A view of the Paramount Center. Photo/Derek Palmer