It is with deep sadness that we write to you today to share the news of the death of a member of our student community. At the request of the student’s family, we are not providing any additional details at this time.
Associate professor in American Studies Roger House wrote an opinion piece about a potential response to the recent news that the Florida Department of Education will not implement a pilot AP course on African American Studies.
The symposium featured CSD faculty sharing their work with students and colleagues and highlighting students who have completed theses under their guidance.
Please be advised that the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a “dangerously cold” warning for Friday and Saturday.
Spruill co-founded the New African Company in 1968, and taught an uncountable amount of students at Emerson and BU.
Walker became the first African American woman to win the Pulitzer for Literature and the National Book Award in 1983, for her novel The Color Purple
These awards all recognize outstanding teaching, an Emersonian value that is central to academic excellence.
Gerzof Richard spoke to CBS Boston for their series, “Question Everything.”
Socci stresses the importance of forming strong relationships in the industry.
Another magnificent Black life taken from the world too soon.