This year’s teach-in theme is A “New Normal” Just Won’t Do: Intersectionality in the Arts and Communication.
The College’s Vice President for Equity and Social Justice writes that former Harvard President Claudine Gay’s departure from the role she held so briefly is about social control.
We wish to be perfectly clear: Emerson College has absolutely no tolerance for Anti-Semitism or Islamophobia.
The decision will affect the class of 2024.
We value our many LGBTQ+ families, alumni, students, faculty, and staff, and we celebrate you and the joy this month brings.
The gallery included artwork, photography, and writing that celebrates self-love.
Gregory Poku cites recent attacks on DEI, through both rhetoric and model legislation, as deeply concerning.
The conversation touched on intersectionality, authenticity, and the power of showing up.
Today we honor Trans Day of Visibility, an opportunity to celebrate the beauty, talents, and contributions of trans members of our Emerson community, and the trans community worldwide.
“It dawned on me very early, back then as a student, that to develop a voice … you have to have an ear.”