Trustee and filmmaker Kevin Bright ’76 directed a video tribute to President Pelton and his time at the helm.
Members of the Class of 2021 acknowledged the struggles of the past year, honored their perseverance, and most of all, celebrated each other.
President Pelton was once again included in Boston Magazine’s annual ranking of top influential Bostonians, ranking #11 on the list that includes movers and shakers across all industry sectors.
President Pelton’s community message following the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial for George Floyd’s death was republished by WBUR’s ideas and opinion site Cognoscenti.
Today, it is with measured optimism that we announce that Emerson expects to return to in-person learning.
The deaths of unarmed Black men and women at the hands of police continue apace– even as the Derek Chauvin trial was proceeding to its conclusion today.
Robert (Bob) Colby, beloved faculty member, friend, and Professor and Chair of Performing Arts, passed away early this morning following a courageous battle with cancer.
President Lee Pelton and Berklee President Roger Brown, both leaving their posts in higher education this spring, joined hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan this week to discuss enduring the pandemic this past year at their respective schools, lessons learned, and next steps in their careers and lives.
Dr. Eve Ewing talked about the theories that underpin all her work, whether academic, literary, or theatrical.
A newly established communications working group drawn from across the College will provide periodic and regular progress updates on our community equity plan.