Whether she is on a house rooftop, onstage at Cafe 939 in Boston, or belting out the words of her latest creation at a Wax on Felt Records show, singer-songwriter Micah Schure is in her element with an acoustic guitar in hand.
Sophomore Paul Almeida has been named the executive president of the 2013-2014 school year, beating current class of 2014 senator Benjamin Halls for the spot.
On this week's Beacon Beat: The latest gun violence panel discussion at Emerson, Wax on Felt's annual In the Round event, a feature on Emtertainment Monthly, and a profile on women's softball player Brittany Rochford.
Before polls closed, students were asked about their thoughts on Almeida, Halls, and the election overall.
In addition to the 17 balloted SGA positions, three constitutional changes were listed to be voted on in the election this week.
With less than a quarter of the Bill Bordy Theater filled Tuesday night, gun rights advocates and law school scholars met to discuss the role of the Second Amendment in the national firearm regulations debate during the third installment of the series “Made in America: Our Gun Violence Culture.”
Initiatives to increase the amount of student space in the Center for Spiritual Life and the Iwasaki Library were passed unanimously at a Student Government Association meeting on March 28.
A summer history course is set to expand academics outside the classroom, taking 10 students on a weeklong trip to Japan.
On this week's Beacon Beat: Candidates for SGA positions gave speeches detailing their goals; an Emerson professor whose costume designs were nominated for an award; Jumpstart's Share Your Story campaign; and a profile on the men's lacrosse coach.
The Communications Politics and Law Association and Emerson’s Alliance for Gays, Lesbians, and Everyone were both granted their full appeals by the Student Government Association at Tuesday’s joint session.
A college employee was robbed near the Ansin Building on Wednesday morning, according to an email Emerson College Police Department Chief Robert Smith sent the Emerson community an hour later.
A clogged, impromptu hallway venue and missing candidates marked a messy start to the Student Government Association Candidate Press Night Wednesday.
In a debate for the position of Student Government Association President, Benjamin Halls and Paul Almeida traded sharp comments and explained their goals with the hope of taking the title.
President M. Lee Pelton announced his changes to the structure of the college’s liberal arts program to a faculty forum on March 21, including a new oversight council, smaller class sizes, and changes to the tenure process.
Between Emerson’s two radio stations, students at the college have the chance to have their voice heard by millions of listeners. For the first time next year, the skills for a career in radio will only be offered through a minor, not within a major.