The event hosted by the Emerson Poetry Project, the college’s slam team, featured local poets, Emerson alumni and current Emerson students.
The 3 Suicides of Paul Hamilton by Daniel Gerges was one of five films screened in Emerson College’s Bright Family Screening Room on Sunday night for the MFA Media Arts Thesis film screening.
Members of Emerson comedy troupe Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars said they remember Griffin O'Brien, the troupe’s head writer, as the funniest man in the room. A guaranteed laugh producer. The star of the show.
And for the second year, Emerson College found a spot on the list. The college placed at number nine, soaring past its position at number 18 during the inaugural year.
In an effort to transform the skeleton scaffolding surrounding the Little Building, Emerson College installed a banner and light show created by two contemporary artists, Yoon Lee and John Powell.
Maggie’s just a girl trying to navigate her relationship and her job, not the thirteenth member of Pussy Riot.
On an inconspicuous rooftop in the South End, onlookers from below might have believed it was just drunk college kids enjoying the summer night. In reality, there was a much bigger bacchanal.
Welcome to the “no excuses” era of music: A world where your resources are virtually unlimited, leaving you with the entirely responsible for making or breaking your own future.
At the start of this year's Rethink Music Conference, Yoga Girls, Karmin, and Junior Boys showed off different ways musicians can incorporate technology into their work.
If you have ever been bothered by the fact that your thighs touch or you aren’t sure whether to go to church with your parents anymore, Caroline Praderio has good news for you — you aren’t alone.
Caroline Praderio, author of essay collection Sweet Baby Jesus!, spoke last week about her creative processes.
I, like all the other lifelong fans of the series who sat with me in that advanced screening, had been watching American Reunion with Nostalgia Goggles. You know that languid haze you feel settle upon you when presented with a relic of your past?
Nice Guys, a recently-formed band featuring three Emerson students, thrives in the Allston underbelly for both rehearsal and performance space.
Among cheese plates and chatter, just a stone’s throw from the set of Will & Grace, new books by Emerson faculty waited for their spot on the shelves. Last Thursday, the Iwaski Library hosted its annual Emerson Authors event to honor faculty and staff that had works published in the previous year.
The nominations for the 31st EVVY Awards were announced yesterday and recognized student work across the college's departments.