WASHINGTON — Throngs of mourners gathered outside of the U.S. Supreme Court building to remember the life of longtime Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsburg was a prolific champion of women’s rights and
Stop me if you have heard this one before: The
The college has canceled spring break in 2021, marking one
Emerson’s cumulative positive COVID-19 test results have risen steadily each
Emerson landed in a tie for ninth in the annual
Emerson’s cumulative positive COVID-19 test results have risen steadily each week, as seen in the
Emerson landed in a tie for ninth in the annual U.S. News and World Report
Emerson staff members are grappling with safety risks and the threat of job insecurity, as
Pasadena native Max Tedford felt enamored by the ELA campus as a high school senior.
In a shift from prior announcements, Emerson administrators vowed Tuesday to begin updating the college’s COVID-19 dashboard daily after more than a month of less
Five months and 11 days after Emerson prematurely shuttered its campuses due to the initial U.S. outbreak of COVID-19, the college officially reopened its newly-retrofitted
Emerson’s Los Angeles campus will not reopen for in-person classes in the fall semester in light of new COVID-19 guidance from LA county officials. The
The first week of Emerson’s reopening put into practice a plan that attempts to continue in-person instruction while staving off COVID-19 outbreaks, like those popping
Emerson reported three new positive COVID-19 test results between Aug. 30 and Sept. 2, bringing the community’s positive tests to 10 out of 7,422 administered.
In the first Student Assembly meeting of the new semester, the Student Government Association made a series of appointments to fill vacancies across different areas
Businesses neighboring the bustling Emerson campus usually overflow with students, tourists, and commuters in early September. But this year, several nearby restaurants and bars remain
Obviously, a lot has changed on campus because of the pandemic. But what bothers me the most is not the online classes, nor is it the frequent testing, social distancing, or mask-wearing. What I miss most is The Max. “But
When I see OneEmerson plastered on walls and headlining emails, all I do is think. I think of the students who live through police brutality and racial injustice on a daily basis and it isn’t just some liberal game of
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Throughout my entire childhood, I always loved books. I forced my grandma to take me to the bookstore after my
Jilly Towson never questioned whether or not she should post online about the Black Lives Matter movement. “It’s my life,
Months before the Black Lives Matter movement received a nationwide push in May, senior Naomi Jones stepped into two major
As everyone laments the loss of their normal lives in the midst of the pandemic, international students studying in the