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…

Op-ed: Investing in local media is mutually beneficial

Emerson’s co-curriculars for broadcasting and journalism—WEBN, Emerson Independent Video, and The Emerson Channel—offer an environment where students can make mistakes and learn the basics, but at the end of the day, it’s not the real…

Softball to host sexual assault awareness game

During Jillian Gearin’s junior year, a discussion about Colin Kaepernick and other sports figures using their platforms to promote social causes came up in her sports reporting class. The conversation got the infielder thinking about what…

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Lions aim for playoff spot after hot start

Emerson softball is poised to make the playoffs for the first time since joining the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference in 2014. The Lions, 15-9 (3-7 NEWMAC), were picked to finish in last place in the conference's…

Lions clinch GNAC playoff berth

The Emerson men’s volleyball team is heading to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference postseason tournament for the ninth year in a row. The Lions, 5-9 in the GNAC, closed regular season play Saturday with a win and loss, as they…

Talent agents talk sports broadcast industry

Students gathered in the Bright Family Screening room Wednesday for a panel discussion on the agent and talent relationship of the sports broadcasting industry. The panel was moderated by Al Jaffe ‘68, ESPN’s vice president of talent…

Sophomore libero quarterbacks men’s volleyball

Carl D'Aguiar can’t roll out of bed, throw on a pair of boardshorts, and kick-start the day with a game of volleyball on the beach during Boston winters. Hardwood or sand, the sophomore libero knows how to lead his team on and off the…