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Emerson Closed

The College will be closed today, Monday, February 8 for day and evening classes. 

Due to National Weather Service predictions for hazardous conditions beginning mid-morning, the College is closing for the safety of our campus community and employees.

The College’s dining facilities will be open and operating on a normal schedule.  The Iwasaki Library will be open until 11pm.


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Emerson College Today


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    Randolph releases novel

    Ladette Randolph, editor-in-chief of the Emerson-based Ploughshares literary journal, has released a new fiction book, Haven's Wake.

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    New York Connection trip coming up

    On Friday, March 15, undergraduate students have the opportunity to explore the Big Apple and their career paths during a day trip to New York City.

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    Student takes aim at 'voicemail hell'

    Frank Kelleher '13 interviewed a disabled Rhode Island doctor about "voicemail hell," which is when disabled people cannot end phone calls. The video was shown at the widely-popular TED 2013 Conference in California on March 1.

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    Students volunteer at self-defense program

    Volunteers from an Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies class are teaching young girls self defense at Girls' LEAP in Boston.

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    Student PSA denounces domestic violence

    Drawing on the success of a recent public service announcement featuring celebrities, including Beyonce and Jennifer Aniston, the sorority Kappa Gamma Chi has released its own PSA to show Emerson students they have a one-in-four chance of being victimized by domestic violence.    

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    Fun times at Presidential Wiffle Ball Game

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    CNN anchor sheds tears

    A candid Don Lemon, news anchor on CNN, talked about everything from his struggles with diversity to text messages from his mom while speaking for two hours with Emerson students February 26—even shedding tears at one point.

  • Carole Simpson

    Carole Simpson to receive ROBIE Award

    Carole Simpson, Senior Leader-in-Residence of the Journalism Department and former ABC News anchor, will receive the Jackie Robinson Foundation's ROBIE Award in New York City on March 4.

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Events Calendar

From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »