While graduation is swiftly approaching and Emerson seniors are eagerly preparing to enter their first full-time jobs, “do something you’re passionate about” has become a popular mantra.
"Everyone has an opportunity to put their own creative stamp on the project." -Professor Jared Gordon
"It wouldn't be a garden in one place but a garden in every place." -Campus sustainability coordinator Eric Van Vlandren
"The passion and desire at Emerson are high. If we can harness that passion and be safe at the same time, that's good." -Junior Benjamin Garmise
"Just because you can legally order drinks doesn’t mean you have to drink yourself under the table.”
I always try to stay friends with my exes. I figure that if I liked them enough to date them I probably like them enough to at least be friendly toward them.
"Race needs to be a conversation here at Emerson. It can't just be a little workshop here and there facilitated by someone." -Freshman Mona Moriya
"Cosplay is having a passion for something so much that you want to immerse yourself into that world." -Freshman Faith D'Isa
On the first evening of Boston’s new late-night weekend service, Emerson students took advantage of their newfound ability to catch a cheap ride home while getting to stay out later.
Seeing the Eiffel Tower every day doesn't diminish its magnificence.
"I think that visually, Emerson students need something to look at." -Junior Lauren Feeny
"Some people really just connected. A few of them had instant chemistry." -Freshman Corey Malone
Our frantic lives can make a relationship harder, but that doesn't mean love should disappear.
A few Emerson fashion aficionados have also attributed many of the popular upcoming spring styles to times past—throwbacks ranging from the later 1900s to our semi-recent childhoods.
With basic knowledge of Boston’s neighborhoods and surrounding towns, however, it’s easier to navigate through the process, and to find a fit that meshes with your top priorities, and most importantly, your budget.