For the first time in seven years, student station managers at WERS, the college’s student-run public radio station, are no longer being paid for their work.
An advocacy group filed a Title IX complaint, now dismissed, that accused Emerson College of not providing equal opportunities to male and female student athletes.
After piloting the program last year, Xfinity On Campus will remain an option for media-loving Emerson students, and will now be available at six other colleges and universities.
The school plans to upgrade its security camera system in the next several months. Currently, almost all of Emerson’s security cameras lack recording capability, and the few that do record are only viewed in the case of a potential crime.
Emerson plans to dispute the allegations outlined in a lawsuit filed by a former student who alleges the school mishandled her rape case.
Colleges with an off-campus student population in Boston are required to provide a list of those students' addresses after a vote by the Boston City Council Aug. 20. The list needs to be submitted by schools to the City Council by Nov. 15, and again within 45 days of the start of every new semester or quarter, according to the Boston Globe.
Students can get fresh bagels and cold smoothies between classes at Emerson’s Cafe, which now features selections from national franchise Einstein Bros Bagels.
The family of a 22-year-old Boston University student who died in a fire last year plans to file a wrongful death suit against the landlords and brokers of her former apartment building, according to the Boston Globe.
A former University of Massachusetts Amherst student is suing the institution, claiming he was wrongfully expelled and mistakenly found responsible in a sexual assault case, according to a Boston Globe report.
The rankings are based on surveys of 130,000 students attending American colleges and universities and are part of the 2015 edition of the Princeton Review’s annual Best Colleges book series.
After a trial run this spring and a divided student survey, Emerson’s 24-7 security procedure, Tap and Go, has become permanent.
For the first time, Emerson College has created a comprehensive sexual misconduct policy as part of a new program to reform the school's sexual assault prevention and response efforts.
An Emerson College student who filed a federal Title IX complaint against the college last fall for mishandling her sexual assault case filed a federal lawsuit against Emerson and four school administrators.