The Kay Bourne Papers spotlights decades of the Black arts community.
The College’s Archives is documenting the creative reflections being made by the Emerson community on how the pandemic has impacted their lives.
The Hatch Shell was the perfect place to host a student organization fair and orientation festival.
The SGA notebook is a tradition that’s been passed down from class to class.
Happy 70th birthday WERS!
To this day, Charlesgate East is still considered to be the most haunted building ever owned by the College, and alumni who lived there often talk about the strange happenings they experienced.
Do Oscars become doorstops? Are Tonys put on a shelf surrounded by stuffed animals?
Seeing how popular recitals were in 1900, Emerson College’s Dean Henry Lawrence Southwick, a noted performed, created an annual recital series in which an individual would single-handedly perform a play, musical, novel, or poem.
Back in the day before websites, documentaries, and the talkies — there was the Little Building News.
Cheryl McGrath is not your stereotypical librarian.