The building, owned by Emerson, will be renovated to be a part of the new residence hall being built at 1-3 Boylston Place.
In a section of the movie about Greek life, former Emerson student Sarah Tedesco briefly appears in a montage with several other young women who describe being assaulted at fraternity events.
The recently-opened Griddler’s Burgers and Dogs now allows Emerson students to use their ECCash to buy their food.
Tuesday Mar. 24: The Boston Fire Department and the Emerson College Police Department responded to Piano Row for a fire alarm. The fire alarm was caused by a student who had burnt food in a microwave oven.
The Student Government Association approved an appeal from Emerson’s chapter of the American Marketing Association on March 31.
A recent update in the image messaging app Snapchat now allows users who are on Emerson’s Boston campus to visually show their location.
Violence Prevention and Response is launching a new initiative designed to promote on- and off-campus activities that bring awareness to sexual assault.
Ronald Ludman, who has been Emerson’s dean of students for 33 years, will retire at the end of June, according to a campuswide email from President M. Lee Pelton.
In last week’s vote, Emily Solomon was re-elected as SGA president. Students also chose Gabriela Kula as the new vice president and approved an amendment to the SGA constitution.
A staff member reported camera equipment was stolen in the Paramount Center. An investigation showed the equipment was misplaced and not actually stolen.
Possible Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would soundly defeat Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren in a Democratic presidential primary held in the state, according to part of a recent Emerson College Polling Society poll conducted to gauge local opinion on political, athletic, and social issues.
James Rowland, election chair of the Student Government Association, said he plans to announce the results of the SGA elections in several stages, starting on Friday, March 27.
Emerson food service workers, as part of a union established last year, are bargaining for their first union contract.
On March 25, a group of students and professors hosted a kickoff event for the Real Food Challenge in the Bill Bordy Theater, a national program that aims to integrate healthier food into college menus.
For current students, tuition for the 2015-16 school year has been set at $38,304, marking a 4.5 percent, or $1,654, increase.