Bright Lights hosts Emerson alum Richard Arlook, now a producer, to screen his new film Goats.
Senior Rebecca Isenhart presented the creative aspect of her honors thesis, a photo installation, this past Monday night.
Fashion Society Hosts the annual Emerson's Next Top Model.
Music columnist Nina Corcoran argues that 10-minute songs are better than single TV show episodes.
Misha Lambert provided The Mercutio Troupe with her genre fusing theater piece, The Body Project.
A capella group Noteworthy gave their first performance of the school year this past Saturday night in the Cabaret.
Transgender Awareness Week provides laughter and learning with trans comedian Jeffrey Jay.
Laverne Cox knows her character in Orange is the New Black in a way most actors can only imagine. Unlike her character, Sophia Burset, Cox has never been to an all-women’s high security prison, but she shares a fundamentally similar experience with Sophia: undergoing the transition from male to female.
ArtsEmerson brings diversity with their latest production, Step Afrika!
Emerson alums curate film festival that celebrates the low quality formats in which film can be presented.
Beacon columnist Jasper Yeo talks about the recent trend of "lost-at-sea" movies such as this year's All Is Lost, starring Robert Redford.
Emerson Shakespeare Society hosted a screening of the 1973 horror film Theater of Blood, starring Vincent Price.
Columnist Blake Campbell gets in the Halloween spirit as he writes about a long underrated horror writer, Richard Laymon.
Members of Emerson's Board of Overseers spoke about the rapid technological changes taking place in the film and tv industry.
Senior Jamie Loftus performs a 30 minute stand-up routine for her honors thesis.