The Black and Indigenous Futures Convening will examine history and envision a de-colonized tomorrow.
More Bright Lights series screenings will have descriptive audio than ever before.
Mark Kermode ranked his top films of the last decade.
The NewFest Student Work (NFSW) showcase is open to all current undergraduate and graduate Emerson students.
With a camera strapped to his bicycle, Media Arts Production major Eitan Ehrlich ’25 created a video exploring Boston neighborhoods and bordering cities (yes, Brookline and Cambridge are their own … Continue Reading Video: Take a Boston Bike Tour with Eitan Ehrlich ’25
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Emerson College #3 in innovation among Regional Universities (North) in the latest college and university rankings for 2023, representing a four-position rise over last year.
According to the latest National Weather Service reports, the storm has weakened and shifted course to the east.
The Salt Lick Sessions spotlights a diverse range of up-and-coming musical artists, and is airing Thursday nights.
Emerson College came in third in energy efficiency among American and Canadian colleges and universities in the 2023 Sustainable Campus Index
Justice at Work is designed to deepen knowledge of equity, access, and social justice practices through chapters that address critical history along with frameworks that are applicable to our work in higher education.