What lurks in the Emerson College Archives?
Tucked away on Beacon Hill, 69 Brimmer Street is an unassuming building that served as the center of several vital programs at Emerson College.
As a warmup to the Little Building reopening, Emerson Today is featuring old Emerson College properties.
Bob Fleming (Iwasaki Library) is retiring at the end of June after 36 years of service at the College. Here he shares his top 10 favorite memories.
Why is Emerson College’s motto Expression Necessary to Evolution?
One hundred years ago, Emerson College’s Class of 1919 dressed in costume for their senior production of The Knight of the Burning Pestle by Francis Beaumont, the earliest (1607) known parody play in English.
Emerson first-year students wear beanies in this undated photo. According to the Emerson Archives, “Beanie Day” began as far back as the 1940s, and continued at least through the 1960s. … Continue Reading Flashback: When First-Year Students Wore Interesting Hats