Haus of Emerson named first-ever collegiate vogue ballroom

Christopher Henderson-West initially met with vogue instructor London Lewis to bring vogue workshops to Emerson. About a month after their initial conversation, Henderson-West and Lewis threw the first Emerson Vogue Kiki Ball, earning the…

E3 Expo allows students to pitch business ventures

Junior Julia Perry has struggled with an eating disorder since she was a teenager. The lack of knowledge Perry, her family, and her friends had on the topic made treating the condition harder for her to navigate. After arriving at…

Alumnus comedian finds success on YouTube

Before going viral on YouTube, Alex Clark ‘07 performed comedy on street corners for tips. Clark started at Faneuil Hall in Boston and ended up traveling the world performing on street corners from 2009 to 2016. Clark said he loved what…

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Junior launches styling business for women on a budget

Junior marketing major Elise Sanchez always loved fashion, but recently she realized that her passion within the industry was helping everyday women feel beautiful. In September 2018, Sanchez started working on a personal styling…

Alumna’s horror novel adapted for Netflix film

Eva Konstantopoulos’ ’05 dream came true last year when Netflix released her fictional story “Malevolent” into a film, eight years after the project started.  The horror film, adapted from Konstantopoulos’ book Hush, tells the story of…

Freshmen bring community service to Emerson

Freshmen Eryn McCallum and Liza Xiao arrived on campus last semester ready to start volunteering and give back to their community both in the Greater Boston area and at Emerson. When they noticed a lack of student-run community service…

Theyta creates community for non-binary students

Per request of the students, last names have been adjusted or not included due to privacy reasons. Non-binary students met at the Cultural Center for Theyta’s first official meeting on Nov. 17. Born from a desire for an inclusive space…