ECPD will again act as a collection site for the 75th anniversary Marine Toys for Tots.
Affiliated faculty members and poets Porsha Olayiwola, MFA ’22 and Anna Ross will present their work at the reopening.
Comedic Arts faculty Tripp Whetsell shared his admiration and respect for the late comedian and actor Budd Friedman, who recently passed, in a New York Times piece. Friedman was the founder of the legendary Improv comedy clubs, first opened in New York City in 1963.
The show featured both new and old sketches, which were revamped to include older members in recent works and newer members in classic ones.
“Being able to interview him really enforces that ideal of journalism [being] for the people… Together, we can build a better future.”
On- and off-campus students have access to new sustainable laundry sheets.
The midterms experimented with Black-led state campaigns with the potential to address the pocketbook issues of the community.
After a period of intentional and increasingly deeper reflection, we’ve decided to name our collective approach for what it truly is: a Social Justice Collaborative.
Sweet, Soft, Plenty Rhythm was a catharsis for Laura Warrell ’95.
It may be another church on another city block to some — but to others, it’s a concrete safe haven, a beacon of hope amid torrid times. St. Anthony’s Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community at 100 Arch Street in Boston, has been offering vital assistance to Bostonians in need since 1952.