When he first sipped a sweet Shirley Temple at his aunt’s wedding as a child, junior Jon Allen said he instantly became hooked on the drink. To this day, he said he still loves ordering it at restaurants.
Emerson College has partnered with Berklee College of Music to offer students a new study-abroad program for the coming academic year in Valencia, Spain, according to David Griffin, director of international study and external programs.
On this week's Beacon Beat: The Emerson community's responses to Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, awards for senior WLP majors, a recap of the men's volleyball game, and a review of California Suite.
At its meeting on Thursday, the Student Government Association passed an initiative for a recycling program on campus and another to alter the course offerings at Emerson’s Kasteel Well program in the Netherlands.
After walking into the dining hall, Gabriel Volcovich begins his hunt for kosher food, which the freshman said is often in limited supply.
As uncertainty and fear surrounded the streets of Boston on Monday when two bombs were detonated at the finish line of the city’s annual marathon, the college locked down its campus and activated its emergency notification system.
Gathering to reflect upon and share stories from the bombing that abruptly ended the Boston Marathon, a tense and teary-eyed crowd filled the Cutler Majestic Theatre Wednesday morning. Members of the Emerson community gave their accounts of the incident, and thanked one another for their support over the past 72 hours.
Security at Emerson and across Boston will be heightened tomorrow, as classes remain on a regular schedule after two explosive devices were detonated at the finish line of the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon, less than a mile from the college.
Two consecutive bombs were detonated near the finish line of the Boston Marathon today at 2:50 p.m., injuring several Emerson students, and, according to the Boston Globe, killing two and injuring at least 107.
On this week's Beacon Beat: A profile of singer-songwriter Micah Schure, a review of the Musical Theatre Society’s The Drowsy Chaperone, an alumna who's a professional mermaid, and a feature on WLP professor Jabari Asim.
Zeta Phi Eta was granted its full appeal of $600 at Tuesday’s Student Government Association meeting.
Artful Comics was granted its full appeal at Tuesday’s Student Government Association meeting.
When students logged into eCommon to view classes before registration, they likely were greeted by a new feature: Underneath the number of seats for each class was a waitlist with five extra spots.
For 10 years, Isabelle Dikland said she hoped she could one day legally marry her partner, Amy. But while at Emerson, Dikland never had to face situations where she or her classmates were excluded for their sexual orientations.
WERS, Emerson’s student-run public radio station, has operated for 67 years without the on-air assistance of a professional employee during peak hours. But after the college announced it was seeking to hire a professional to work with students during the weekday morning shift, alumni have voiced their concerns and threatened to stop donating to the college.