This session will focus specifically on life on campus this fall.
McCoy was invited to deliver the keynote speech for this year’s Social Justice Academy, an initiative of Intercultural Student Affairs and the Center for Spiritual Life, with a theme this year of intersectionality in social justice.
Marieska Luzada ’23 and Jo Malicdem ’23 shared the Tom Cooper Spirit of Emerson Award, and Drew Genova won the Robert Colby Kindness Award.
Sixty-five Emerson students were inducted into the Gold Key Honor Society in a ceremony April 1, while 35 students will be inducted into the Purple Key Leadership Society during the ERA Awards
76.1 percent of Emerson students who were eligible to vote on Election Day 2020 cast a ballot, up from 60.2 percent of Emerson students in the 2016 election.
Maureen Hurley, the College’s director of student transitions and family programs, spoke to the Boston Globe about special programs for sophomores this academic year, as last year was not typical due to the ongoing pandemic.
For the first time, the ERA Awards presented the Robert Colby Kindness Award, established in 2020 and named in honor of Performing Arts Professor Bob Colby, who died April 5 following a battle with cancer.
Hot Water Over Raised Fists, uses movement, light, sculptural elements, and site-specificity to create an experience of empathy and hope.
This year’s Social Justice Academy Friday, March 5, with a conversation around mass incarceration and the school-to-prison pipeline with keynote speaker Raymond Santana of the Exonerated Five.
This year’s ERA Awards may be virtual, but the meaning is just the same.