Whether it’s making shower scents, designing buttons or claiming affirmations, self-care comes in many forms.
As an Emerson community, we lament the genocide of more than 6 million Jewish, Roma, Sinti, LGBTQ+, and disabled people whose lives were taken by Nazi persecution, and the scourges of anti-Semitism and fascism.
These gatherings are for individuals who identify as Jewish or Muslim within their religious and/or cultural communities. They are intended for community space, not education or training.
It is my pleasure to share that we have engaged Robert Amelio to serve as part-time Interim Director of Spiritual Life while we work to fill the position permanently.
Julie Avis Rogers, our Director of Spiritual Life and Campus Chaplain, will be leaving Emerson for her next adventure.
Brooks Walker ’25 was a passionate, creative member of the Emerson community.
“Once upon a time, religion told you what the afterlife was and how to prepare for death,” said Cotton. “Sometimes we don’t have that same structure [now], and we’re missing that.”
Delphine Vasser ‘78 says she was just beginning her journey when the Lord sent her to Emerson College.
The Venn diagram of musical theatre majors and rabbis probably makes for a pretty slim overlap, but Andrew Oberstein ’09 fits right in there.
Like many faith leaders, Martha Schick didn’t necessarily want to become a minister – she felt a calling.