Quarrel Club @ Emerson is new to campus and hopes to bring intelligent debates with it.
Emerson alum Heinz Healey created a new word processor to help fellow writers with trouble focusing.
Before his family got electricity, Charles Ishimwe, 26, would walk to the nearest hospital to complete his homework, relying on the light sources there to do his readings. Ishimwe said he watched movies in theaters, but while growing up in Rwanda he never thought that he would be able to actually create them.
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone at Emerson today who doesn’t have an Instagram account. There’s a universal satisfaction that comes from posting a picture of yourself or photo you took onto the Internet and receiving a positive response. This experience is particular to millennials: never before in history was it possible to take and share photos and videos instantly.
People at Emerson's Kasteel Well program are facing difficulties they didn't expect.
Emerson senior, Caroline Cassard, is running a vegan food blog complete with recipes, essays and reviews.
Video game about ending stereotypes is about to enter into production.
Halloween costumes aren't always appropriate.
Veterans are among Emerson's student body.
Emerson student co-founds online freelance marketplace.
Students create art gallery.
The bob was originally popularized by movie stars Colleen Moore and Louise Brooks in the ‘20s, when short hair was viewed as a bold statement of independence in young ladies, seeing as older generations were accustomed to girls wearing lengthy Edwardian-style hair.
Emerson’s Alliance for Gays, Lesbians, and Everyone, also known as EAGLE, is an organization dedicated to providing acceptance and awareness of queer culture across campus, according to their website.
Fashion, as an industry, majorly influences how women view their bodies, which further propels the idea that feminism proposes as being only relatable to skinny white women.
“I want students to care about the dining hall,” Breckenridge said, “and I want the dining hall to care about the students.”