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Sidney Gish concert source of anticipation for students

March 30, 2022

After near-radio silence on streaming and social media platforms for the better part of 2022, Boston-based singer-songwriter Sidney Gish is expected to perform on Emerson’s very own Robert J. Orchard...

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10 songs for hopeless romantics on Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2022

Hopeless romantics tend to get a bad rap in romance media, as billions of dollars have been made off the portrayals of starry-eyed individuals being screwed over by their love-blind naivety. Books, films,...

Goodbye Hot Girl Summer, Hello Sad Girl Autumn

Goodbye Hot Girl Summer, Hello Sad Girl Autumn

February 4, 2022

Are you facing an unshakeable urge to don chunky knit sweaters? What about a sudden affinity for listening to Bon Iver on repeat? Maybe it’s just a newfound taste for hot chocolate at all times of the...

All the Headaches and Hurdles of 2021

All the Headaches and Hurdles of 2021

February 4, 2022

Content Warning: This article contains mentions of violence, death, suicide, and racism.  The events of 2020 left many entering 2021 with hope or skepticism, but mostly uncertainty. We were soon met...

Graphic by Lucia Thorne

Top eight thrift options around campus

January 24, 2022

Emerson students are widely noticed for their fashion, and it’s easy to keep up with trends when you live in the heart of a stylish city like Boston. However, most college students can’t afford the...

How eager students are celebrating a ‘normal’ Halloween

How eager students are celebrating a ‘normal’ Halloween

October 30, 2021

Boston is opening up after nearly two years of inactivity, and the barriers raised during the pandemic are coming down just in time for Halloween. After many of the city’s Halloween festivities were...

Anna Feder at the Bright Lights Film Series in 2019.

Bright Lights Film Series kicks off with ‘On These Grounds,’ exposing over-policing in schools

October 14, 2021

Bright Lights Film kicked off its fall 2021 series on Wednesday, Sept. 22 with the documentary “On These Grounds.” The film was created by three alumni, Garret Zevgetis ‘05, Kevin Bright ‘76,...

The virtual screening of Out of Order.

ArtsEmerson’s season opener ‘Out of Order’ highlights COVID’s effects on theater

October 14, 2021

ArtsEmerson kicked off their fall season in a whimsical world with a bittersweet twist with The 7 Fingers, a Montreal-based circus troupe. Founded in 2002, The 7 Fingers combines acrobatics and theatricality...

Alumnae band Bulletin ready to release their debut album

Alumnae band “Bulletin” ready to release their debut album

September 23, 2021

Boston-based rock band, Bulletin, formed by two Emerson alums in 2015, is set to release their debut album, “Hiding to Nothing,” on Oct. 1.  The idea for Bulletin came about when John Young ‘08,...

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