The search committee for the position of Executive Director of the Elma Lewis Center held a candidate open forum on Monday.
Get out your lobster bibs and bring on the chowdah, Spoon University is coming to Emerson.
“Settle in to the sounds of social change,” says Sylvia Spears, vice president for diversity and inclusion, at the beginning of each episode of Common Ground.
Emerson was recently named best overall journalism bachelor’s program of the year in a list published by USA Today.
A resolution panel has been created as an alternative to administrative hearings for students who have violated the Code of Conduct, according to an email from Director of Student Conduct Michael Arno.
Boston became the first city to receive the Historic Sites in Journalism award last week after being nominated by an Emerson professor.
Pamela White, the college’s new associate vice president for Title IX and Clery Act Coordinator, plans to support existing policies, not to make changes to the school’s procedures right away.
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The college is creating an administrative position that will focus on space planning and oversee the two residence hall construction projects.
Emerson is looking to hire the college’s first full-time Title IX Investigator, who will act as a third-party investigator for cases of interpersonal violence.
Two key appointments were made to the Student Government Association at their meeting Tuesday.
The Emerson College Polling Society published the results of their most recent national poll, which show that the country is split on “deflategate,” the national football scandal involving the New England Patriots. They also show that Ben Carson has risen in popularity among the GOP presidential hopefuls.
Students will be working with The Boston Globe to cover the New Hampshire primary election in Associate Journalism Professor Jerry Lanson’s course, Road to the White House. Students will also be working with political reporter James Pindell “Ground Games,” a Globe newsletter dedicated to reporting on presidential primaries.
Mark McLaughlin has been working as a stagehand at Emerson’s Colonial Theatre since he was 15. The 47-year-old works in the Colonial ‘fly room,’ a small space about 30 feet above the stage filled with ropes and counterweights used to change scenery during performances.