On Saturday, May 8, Emerson College honored alumni with its Distinguished Alumni Award and Young Alumni Achievement Award in a virtual celebration during its first annual Emerson Week, a college-wide, fully online, multi-day event for all Emersonians, formerly alumni weekend.
Were you not able to attend Emerson Week? Don’t worry — a lot of the events are now available online anytime you want to watch.
More than 300 people have received honorary degrees from Emerson College.
It was the first ever virtual commencement ceremony for Emerson College.
The Emerson Graduates show is being projected onto the Little Building every night through May 15.
There is something for everyone during Emerson Week.
Developed within historically marginalized deaf communities, Black ASL is a vibrant dialect that uniquely uses space, hand gesture, directional movement, and facial expressions.
Senior Richard Fucillo Jr. is running as an independent candidate.
News anchors, comedians, educators, pastors, and judges — Emerson alumnae have been the first to do many things.
Taylor McMahon ’16 created Arts for Alz to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.