The Dean’s Fellowship Program was created to help support the personal and professional development of undergraduate students working toward a more equitable and just Emerson.
The Asem sisters’ Kyan Foundation aims to make schools into a hub of well-being.
Students have opportunities to study abroad all around the world.
Alumnus Jonathan Graziano ’13 and his TikTok star pug, Noodle, were featured on NPR and in the Boston Globe for Noodle’s miraculous ability to tell his millions of followers whether or not they should have gotten out of bed on a given morning.
The change is a call for an end to the flawed tactic of unceasing protest and a consideration of group remedies.
The renewable grant includes free training in a treatment approach called “SPEAK OUT,” and therapy supplies.
The Excellence Program was launched by Sean Combs and Endeavor Impact to expand opportunities for the next generation of entertainment industry leaders, particularly those from underrepresented communities.
Emerson Today has some of the highlights of their conversation
Black men would reach out to Black youths to talk about their lives and what they wanted to do with their lives.
What was it like to experience the most bizarre baseball season ever?