It was while listening to the radio in the car driving through Concord, Mass. with his 13-year-old daughter Sophia that President M. Lee Pelton said he first heard multiple children had died in an attack in Newtown, Conn.
On this week's Beacon Beat: an overview of President Pelton's trip to Japan, a profile of basketball recruit Jon Goldberg, a story about Emerson Compliments, and a review of "Bad Poetry."
Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interests (EBONI) was granted $18,280 from the Student Government Association Tuesday to bring journalist Don Lemon and human rights activist John Bul Dau to speak at the college for African American Heritage month.
The Emerson Alumni Association’s seventh annual scholarship auction raised $44,934 after a last-minute $20,000 bid, reversing a trend of declining revenues, according to Mary Ann Cicala, interim director of alumni relations.
President M. Lee Pelton took the initial steps in negotiating Emerson College’s first academic partnership with Japan by signing a memorandum of understanding with Tokyo International University (TIU) during a four - day trip to the country early last month.
Finding enough money to produce print issues is a constant challenge for on-campus magazines, which have turned to organizing events and creating online fundraising drives to augment or replace Student Government Association sponsorship.
On this week's Beacon Beat: Highlights from the SGA speech night; a profile of Drew Venter, who graduated last year and is now a baskebtall coach; the story of an Emerson student who donated bone marrow; and a review of Escape Artists Don't Look Back.
A collision between two green line trolleys at the Boylston Street MBTA Outbound station at noon Thursday resulted in 35 passengers being transported to area hospitals.
A student reported the theft of his backpack from the Emerson Café. The theft is under investigation by Emerson Police.
In an effort to increase community familiarity and educate students about an array of safety measures, Emerson College Police Department officers are working on programs and classes to be implemented early next year.
Students experienced a variety of issues registering for their spring courses last week, especially those in the marketing communication and visual and media arts departments.
Student Government Association candidates expressed their concerns with on-campus student life — including problems with ECwireless and the dining hall — on Wednesday at the biannual SGA speech night.
While walking to Emerson’s campus last Tuesday evening, a junior performing arts major was a victim of an unarmed robbery.
On this week's Beacon Beat: A string of backpack thefts around campus, the new men's basketball recruits, a professor's live brain dissection, and a film about the cleaning of the Nashua River.
The Student Government Association approved a $32,522.80 appeal for the 2013 Alternative Spring Break program at its weekly meeting Tuesday.