Members of the Emerson Christian Fellowship’s (ECF) united this month for a new bathroom cleaning project.
Students gathered to begin the Insanity fitness program, a vigorous workout that leaves participants screaming words of encouragement to each other as they stand soaked in their own sweat.
Banned Books Week, an annual national campaign designed to celebrate the freedom to read, is sponsored by the American Library Association. For the past three years, Pub Club has organized programs aimed to bring awareness to Emerson, said club Co-President Ross Wagenhofer.
According to Sharon Duffy, the associate dean of students, Student Life started giving out free passes to advanced film screenings in 2001 in an effort to connect students to the city of Boston.
On Tuesday night, Emerson’s Active Minds hosted National Day Without Stigma to help educate students about mental illnesses.
Whether or not you have been to D.C. or plan on visiting, the comparisons between here and Boston may give you reason to come visit or stay home
Each semester, Greek organizations ask their members to pay a fee.
The sexual energy was palpable at Sexapalooza Thursday as Emerson students visited different stations to taste flavored lubricant, participate in “condom races,” play The Wheel of (Sexual Health) Misfortune, and post confessions on the Sex PostSecret wall.
Emerson’s health education initiative, LiveSMART, is aiming to bring clarity to campus and give stressed out students the tools to lead more balanced lives.
President M. Lee Pelton launched a plan to build community engagement at Emerson College under the leadership of newly-appointed Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion Sylvia Spears.
If you’re tired of the same old workouts in the Fitness Center, or are just looking for something extra to supplement your gym time, there are many local and affordable fitness options to choose from.
Freebies and fun attracted thousands of students from around New England to CollegeFest 2012 last weekend.
No matter how early I set my alarm, I’m always running behind. With an Emerson workload, it sometimes seems skipping breakfast is the only way I’ll ever catch an elevator in Walker and make it to class.
According to its website, LEAP is designed to teach girls between the ages of eight and 18 how to defend themselves. Emerson women can now train to assist in teaching at these programs, which run for several weeks at schools and community centers.
Last Saturday, Emerson students crammed into the Ansin Building to learn the tips and tricks of digital publishing. About 30 people attended the event, sponsored by digital-publishing blog Appazoogle, to expand knowledge of the creation and publication of electronic books, or e-books.