After saying a committee would work to improve its controversial new logo, the Emerson Athletic Department instead decided to hold a design competition open to the college community, which it announced on Sept. 25.
Melanie Escobar isn’t the Emerson women’s soccer team’s full time goalie, but that isn’t stopping the sophomore from racking up the conference awards.
Despite its losing record, the women's tennis team is optimistic about its future.
The Lions cross country teams have defied expectations by claiming a spot on the podium in their first two meets of the season.
Elaine Nichols started playing volleyball at age 11 to be like her stepsister, and now the freshman has landed herself a starting spot on a collegiate volleyball team.
Emerson’s softball team has a longstanding reputation of being successful both on the field and in the classroom.
Emerson College said it won't be affected by the new NCAA concussion ordinance because it already had such protocols in place.
Matt Gibson always dreamed of working in the NBA. Now, he's the newest employee of the Philadelphia 76ers.
Over the summer, Mollie Coyne’s mother asked her what her goals were for the upcoming school year. “I told her I wanted to score 20 goals,” said Coyne,
The men's soccer team lost another NEWMAC game on Saturday, but it's way to early to start panicking about the team's future.
While there will be no excessive beard growing or magical playoff runs this fall for the Boston Red Sox, there is now an opportunity in the twilight of the 2014 season to attend a game at Fenway Park for just $9.
Students laid on the ground in Boylston Place earlier this month, anxiously waiting as world champion trial biker Thomas Oehler boarded his bike.
The Emerson College Athletic Department was met with strong criticism after officials created and unveiled its first official logo this summer, forcing the department to pull the plug on the design just a week later.
A willingness to learn and improve has defined Ali Dokus’s career as a member of Emerson’s cross country team.
Junior right-handed pitcher Jack Capotorto donned an old-school uniform, buddied up with a Red Sox player, and ultimately, helped raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.