Emerson students are here to learn by doing. Being sidelined on important opportunities doesn't allow students to accomplish that goal.
Why is America the only developed nation in which police officers routinely overuse lethal force?
This isn’t the beginning of a big booty “movement” so much as it is the middle of a big booty “moment”—one in which our recognition that an array of female forms and figures exist has become a marketable, acceptable conception.
It appears WERS is becoming more of a business at the expense of benefiting students as greatly as it could.
What does exist is a nail polish that changes colors when it comes into contact with date rape drugs—which is the product these North Carolina students have created.
In the rush to point fingers, the real wrongdoers haven’t gotten the same press attention as the highly visible celebrity victims.
We have the opportunity to change how we, as a community, react to this school year’s new proposals.
We should examine all perspectives, especially our own, and remove bias and hate from our community.
The money donated to the ALS Association as a result of the challenge is a good thing, but is indicative of a culture of ignorance and simplicity.
Every time the summer months roll around, students separate themselves from the initiatives they were once actively engaged in.
It’s easy to understand the temptation of a pill that can help you focus and complete your work more quickly, but this quick-and-easy remedy hurts users.
As I prepare to leave Emerson, I have been asking myself: What did I stand for?
The past election is evidence that Afghanistan is moving in the right direction, but the country certainly has not arrived at a stable destination.
There’s almost a paradox in athletes like Derrick Gordon having to use the media to publicly express their sexuality.
Creating a business major here would change the artistic culture and spirit of the school