Dear Emerson Community, The College is monitoring the winter storm that is expected to affect the Greater Boston region this afternoon. In the event of an early closure of the College, … Continue Reading Monitoring the Winter Storm
172 Tremont Street, set to open later this spring, is quickly transforming into a modern space for student collaboration and campus offices.
…there was this crowd from 1910. We don’t know why these people converged on Emerson’s block of Boylston Street, but it must have been a big deal because Emerson archivist … Continue Reading #ThrowbackTuesday: 100 Years Before the Patriots Drew Crowds
Dear Emerson Community, The College has been in conversations with the City of Boston and other local officials to make plans for a parade/rolling rally should the Patriots be victorious … Continue Reading Super Bowl Preparations
By David Ertischek ’01 There are plenty of Emerson College related accounts on the ‘Gram (or Insta). What’s President Pelton sharing? What are the sororities up to these days? What … Continue Reading You Should Follow These 10+ Emerson College Instagram Accounts
Hollywood economics, religion and secularism in contemporary societies, and the Cape Verdean immigrant community in Providence, are some of the new topic courses being offered this spring semester – and there’s still time to enroll.
The first full semester for Emerson College’s new dining services company, Bon Appetit, featured sweet successes with a focus on offering varied meals and locally grown produce.
Students and pedestrians walk through Boylston Place. Photo/Derek Palmer
A view of the Paramount Center. Photo/Derek Palmer
Registration: Industry Insiders Discussions On Tuesday, October 16, 2018 the Emerson College’s Board of Advisors (BOA) will host a lunch (noon to 1:00 p.m.) and a series of concurrent discussions … Continue Reading Board of Advisors Invites Students to Industry Insiders Lunch & Discussions, October 16