Troupes from around the country comically convened during the three-day festival.
“Afghan Americans are aching for fair representation—that is, storylines, characters, and themes that reflect diverse experiences.”
Come hear Nancy Allen speak about how the War on Drugs has impacted the BIPOC community! Nancy Allen, Senior Executive-in-Residence, teaches Emerson’s incredible War on Drugs course. Hosted by: Team … Continue Reading How the War on Drugs impacted the BIPOC Community
Emerson Poetry Project and Theyta are welcoming Sojourner “Hughes” Davidson to our community! Come join us on Monday November 13th, 2023 at 8PM in Little Building 227 to hear from Davidson’s 2023 … Continue Reading Emerson Poetry Project X Theyta Presents: Sojourner “Hughes” Davidson
A work of experimental sound and movement, Passage explores how beauty and creativity emerge in the aftermath of war. The artists meditate upon the various thresholds and movements that happen for displaced … Continue Reading Live Performance, Passage (2023) by Patricia Nguyễn and Fiona
Emerson360 Community Survey Find out more about the survey at our table in the library, November 1 – 22. Pick up some free snacks and swag. Complete the survey and … Continue Reading Emerson360 Community Survey tabling
Emerson Poetry Project Slam Competitions are back! After our Monday Night Poetry Open Mics, E.P.P. will be hosting poetry competitions, where both the performers and the judges are Emerson students! … Continue Reading Poetry Slam With Emerson Poetry Project
Weekly Wisdom is a 30 minute weekly gathering via zoom of meditation, grounding practices, music, and meditative silence. Open to ALL students, faculty and staff, this weekly meditation seeks to … Continue Reading Weekly Wisdom: An Introduction to Meditation for the Emerson Community