Emerson entrepreneur, Harry Mardirossian is starting a company selling custom trail mix.
Emerson students have found a musical outlet at Boston College.
Multiple Emerson students are out on the road campaigning for presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
Emerson students mid-way through shooting fictional web series about a female drug dealer on campus.
As a feminist, I believe we should be conscious and critical of the media we consume, even if it’s media we love. I enjoy Bieber’s new songs, but I also acknowledge they portray both sides of a toxic relationship—abuser and abused.
Emerson student, Alexis Clova Cadavid, created an online portfolio site for artists.
Some students find amazing opportunities when they chose to study abroad through programs unaffiliated with Emerson.
Louis Vuitton's choice to make Jaden Smith the new face of the company's womenswear is stirring up social media.
Five Emerson students were traveling in Paris when it was attacked by terrorist on Nov. 13.
Emerson alum creates a fantastical children's show that is currently enrolled in a competition through Amazon.com.
Model Maria Borges just reaffirmed the beauty of young black girls everywhere while sporting her cute and curly TWA (“teeny weeny afro”) for the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The 23-year-old made history by bringing this natural look to the VS runway for the first time ever—and yeah, I don’t know how this hasn’t happened before either.
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.