“Telling stories is something that we do at Emerson, but I think we sometimes lose sight of the basics,” Grout said.
In addition to the below updates, we are also in the process of revising the Action Plan website to infuse an intersectional approach to the work of Community Equity.
Today, nearly six months into my role as interim president, I’m pleased to say that Emerson is resilient and strong.
Riley promises to add context and answer questions about the Fab Four, and what we learn in the new doc in a Twitter Space chat on November 28.
I: An Intimate Reflection, is on view at the Media Art Gallery through Sunday, December 12.
If you have not done so already, please do not forget to pick up your rapid COVID-19 test today or tomorrow.
Raynauld examined a case study based on the 2021 Canadian federal election.
“Cry, get mad, and then get to work.” This piece of advice— given to panelist Leslie Marshall, MA ’88 by her mother— embodies the grit and entrepreneurial spirit essential for … Continue Reading Alumni Meet at the Intersections of Journalism and Business
Marie Antoinette comes alive in Emerson Stage show.
At Emerson, our current one-week COVID positivity rate within the community remains very low, 0.24%, as of today.