"Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping us re-open the campus in such a spirited and caring manner."
For students accustomed to a six-building campus that — situated adjacently — would span less than a city block, the inconvenience of living off-campus is a major issue.
An unengaged, uninformed, non-voting populace is a much more present threat than a handful of cases of voter fraud
In a fictional setting, these narcissistic characters serve as a mirror to highlight our faults.
Competitions like E3 place a spotlight on the college that goes beyond that which it usually gets from ProArts plays or film screenings. It’s a peek into the projects from students in a minor that goes unnoticed at a known arts school.
When an institution of higher education places a tangible financial value on a student’s athletic contribution compared to that of a writer or engineer, they are giving higher value to the body than the mind — fundamentally undermining the whole premise of an academy.
There’s an allure to college sports, a lust inherent in a lot of us for the school spirit that often comes with them, and it’s a shame that most of this comes at the expense of the athletes that provide it.
We must mourn, we must be outraged, we must remember—but we must not allow ourselves to be defined by fear. The best way to respond to this situation, to not let the attacker or attackers succeed, is to simply resume our normal lives.
I am the product of a single mother, who was unemployed for a majority of my college career and has two other children facing the financial burden of higher education
We witnessed the definition of what it means to be an Emersonian, a member of a close-knit community of thoughtful people who show that connections cut deeper than “networking”—they provide real care and support in times of crisis.
We don't know about you, but we are disappointed and fed up upon hearing the news of another hate related graffiti incident on campus. So fed up, that we felt we could not NOT write this letter.
As professionals working in the fields they instruct, Emerson professors can offer a quality of advice and guidance that is nearly unparalleled.
Food is a uniter, a way to share experiences, offer companionship, and express gratitude.
Many young people worry about their own student debt, but do not express concern over the ever-growing federal deficit.
Pelton has made diversity a key intiative, and this course is a model of teaching history from a diverse perspective.