In a small ceremony on the 10th floor of the Walker Building on Oct. 16, students, educators and administrators gathered to dedicate a mural inside the establishment to the building itself.
Two media officials discussed the leadership styles of Market Basket supermarket board members following this summer’s personnel controversy in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre Monday evening.
In the time she spent at Emerson, people who knew her said she made them laugh, went out of her way to help classmates, and helped build a community that now feels a void.
When prospective students fill out applications for Emerson College this year, they will be able to choose from a more expansive list of gender identities for the first time.
Jay Leno is putting down his late night mic and picking up a tire iron for his return to television.
A recent poll from the Emerson Polling Society and WGBH showed that Charlie Baker is the favored candidate in the Massachusetts governor race.
Bodio Hutchinson, 34, was charged with armed assault with the intent to murder; assault and battery with a dangerous weapon; and assault and battery on a public employee, at his arraignment Wednesday afternoon.
After nearly 10 months without a director, the Office of Financial Aid has filled this key vacancy.
A former student has requested more time to file an opposing response to Emerson’s motion to dismiss her lawsuit.
Looking for firsthand accounts of academic and personal challenges, administrators have invited students to apply for positions on a new advisory group.
Monday, October 6 Emerson College Police Department investigated unauthorized access to the gymnasium.
Emerson Police Chief Robert Smith announced his department will form a student task force to give feedback on its new security procedure at a meeting with the Student Government Association on Tuesday.
Emerson has hired a survivor advocate as a resource for victims of sexual and dating violence. Greta Spoering, the Violence Prevention and Response center’s new hire, specializes in assisting those who have experienced interpersonal violence.
Paul Mihailidis, an assistant professor of marketing communication, is leading a wave of social action protesting the elimination of several administrative positions in the Chelmsford Public School District – a move that left his mother suddenly without her job.