Emerson students oppose Sen. Jeff Flake at City Hall Plaza

Three Emerson students clutched a banner reading “#StopKavanaugh” in front of a rally of hundreds at City Hall Plaza Monday morning. Just days before, senior Erin Swauger, sophomore Annie Noel, and sophomore Mari Sitner organized the rally…

Faculty recognized and honored at award ceremony

The Faculty Assembly recognized and honored members of the Emerson community at its first meeting of the year on Tuesday. About a dozen faculty members received departmental awards and recognition for their accomplishments over the past…

College cancels Senator Jeff Flake appearance

The college canceled Senator Jeff Flake’s appearance at the Colonial Theatre Monday for Forbes 30 Under 30 event citing safety concerns surrounding a potential protest, according to President M. Lee Pelton. The student-led protest is…

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Bathrooms at 172 Tremont exclusively gender-neutral

The Commons at 172 Tremont St. exclusively features gender-neutral bathrooms—the first building to do so—according to college officials. The college decided to make bathrooms part of an effort to dedicate the $24 million building to…

Professor’s cause of death confirmed amid controversy

The death of visual and media arts associate Professor Robert Todd has been confirmed as a suicide, according to The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Boston. President M. Lee Pelton announced the associate professor was found…

On-campus students wash and dry for free

Students no longer pay for each load of laundry after the college decided to eliminate the cost. Business Services Director Karen Dickinson said students who live in residence halls can swipe their student ID on the card reader in the…

POWER demands immediate removal of musical theater head

Musical Theatre Program Head Scott LaFeber maintains his position despite a petition released by Protesting Oppression With Educational Reform on April 21 calling for his immediate removal. Incoming Performing Arts Chair Robert Colby…