“I have found that the notion of embracing difference is not universally shared by my colleagues,” West said. “We are inferring that our conservative students are not welcomed on our campus.”
“This particular program provides a slightly different niche for people providing support to members of the community who are making sense of identity, not necessarily in the context of a conflict, but who are just making sense of what it means to live and be in the world and be of a certain or particular identity,” Spears said.
Irma Mann Stearns had a profound dedication to Emerson—mentoring countless students and displaying every award and achievement she received from the college in her home.
The Incident Journal for Feb. 6 to Feb. 19.
Emerson alumnus and political candidate Chris Hurst hasn’t held public office before, but that hasn’t stopped him from acting as a public servant.
His family, with the assistance of affiliated faculty member Janeann Dill, is establishing the Miles Wapman Scholarship Fund in memory of the senior visual and media arts major.
The Emerson College Police Department is planning to carry a life-saving opioid overdose treatment drug by early March in response to the national opioid epidemic.
Emerson’s director of intercultural affairs introduced a plan to the Student Government Association to bring students of different cultural backgrounds together to better assess the college’s campus culture next semester.
The college has created a platform for students to engage in Emerson’s transition to a new visual identity that will launch after this year.
Francis Frain, director of information technology infrastructure, said that this has been a planned switch for years.
The college is drafting an application for Emerson to be featured in the Princeton Review’s Top 50 Green Colleges, a list of the most environmentally conscious institutions nationwide.