A clogged, impromptu hallway venue and missing candidates marked a messy start to the Student Government Association Candidate Press Night Wednesday.
In a debate for the position of Student Government Association President, Benjamin Halls and Paul Almeida traded sharp comments and explained their goals with the hope of taking the title.
President M. Lee Pelton announced his changes to the structure of the college’s liberal arts program to a faculty forum on March 21, including a new oversight council, smaller class sizes, and changes to the tenure process.
Between Emerson’s two radio stations, students at the college have the chance to have their voice heard by millions of listeners. For the first time next year, the skills for a career in radio will only be offered through a minor, not within a major.
Emerson could have a new food service provider by next semester, as the college is considering other catering companies to replace Aramark when its contract with the school expires in June.
On this week's Beacon Beat: The college asks the nightclub Emerson Theatre to consider changing its name, inclement weather forces a shorter baseball season, a WLP professor's new book, and a feature about an alumna's natural juice company.
The EVVY Awards, Emerson’s annual award show, was granted its full appeal of $13,255 at the Student Government Association joint session on Tuesday.
The Emerson Counseling Center has reinstated group therapy sessions this semester with the creation of meetings focused on overcoming grief, learning relaxation techniques, and understanding mind-body movement.
Emerson began hosting 12-step meetings last month to help students, faculty, and staff recover from alcoholism and drug addiction.
Atlas Magazine was granted $3,240 to print 500 copies of one issue for this semester from the Student Government Association at Tuesday’s joint session meeting.
Its own slogan proclaims itself to be “Hollywood’s sexiest scandal.” But now, a speakeasy located less than two miles away from Emerson’s forthcoming Los Angeles campus has caught the attention of college administrators.
Talks of blood spatter, brass knuckles, and brainwashing engaged the audience in the Semel Theater Monday night during “Who’s to Blame? Gun Violence in Media and Electronic Games” — the second panel discussion in President M. Lee Pelton’s “Made in America” series.
On this week's Beacon Beat: WERS plans to hire its first professional on-air host, Emerson students in a Boston-based film festival, a look at two new magazines on campus, and a profile of Emerson's softball pitchers.
In response to a Facebook group and email campaign advocating for sexual assault awareness at Emerson, administrators said they will work to create a dialogue for sexual assault victims and their advocates on campus.
Faculty from across the college have responded to a proposal for academic restructuring, some expressing dissatisfaction with the potential reorganization.