“The environmental crisis needs different kinds of stories, because the stories of doom or ignorance that fills our media channels will simply not do,” said Professor Eric Gordon
As students in Cathryn Edelstein’s nonprofit fundraising campaigns class will tell you, “Everyone deserves the opportunity to be part of a story.”
Alex Davila died in 2006, leaving behind a legacy of kindness that inspired his family.
Students held a March For Our Lives rally on Saturday in the Boston Common, speaking at the Parkman Bandstand, calling for stricter gun laws in the U.S. Among the speakers was student CJ Hoekenga, a survivor of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Paul Dworkis, Emerson’s VP for Administration and Finance, spoke on Bloomberg’s Baystate Business podcast, discussing the College’s new venture with Trillium Brewing, in which a new performance space and beer garden will operate in the Boston Common, open May 1 – November 1.
Approved last week by the City of Boston, the College and Trillium Brewing will co-run a performance space and beer garden near the Boylston MBTA station on the Boston Common, aiming to animate the area and engage more people in the historic park’s corner near the College.
A recent research project by ELab Director Eric Gordon and a partner explored how city leaders and technologists are using (or imagining) technology to create or restore trust with their constituents.
It may be another church on another city block to some — but to others, it’s a concrete safe haven, a beacon of hope amid torrid times. St. Anthony’s Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community at 100 Arch Street in Boston, has been offering vital assistance to Bostonians in need since 1952.
The documentary highlights the gun violence epidemic in our country, centering on the voices of survivors
Quiet Rooms highlights the gun violence epidemic in our country, and centers the voices of survivors, as together we seek new approaches to ending the violence.