Joshua Fabian was among those who watched tonight as Emerson took the wraps off its new art display on what had just been a lot of tarp covering the Little Building at Tremont and Boylston streets as it undergoes renovation work.
WBUR reports on the 40-year lease.
Workers on an Emerson dorm dropped in for a visit with the kids at the Children's Center in the Transportation Building today.
Emerson students were asked about their school's new logo, unveiled this week.
Looks like the marquee at Emerson's Parmount Theater has finally realized Felt will never answer it back and so has turned its attention to the coffee sippers across Washington Street at Caffe Nero.
Emerson College today announced plans to turn the building between the old Alley and the theater on Boylston Street into a new student dining center - to go along with the 18-story dorm the college is building there.
That's good news for fans of the old Colonial, which the college had initially looked at as space for a new student center/feeding facility. Read more.
This is YUGE: The Donald endorsed Emerson College this week after an Emerson-based poll showed him leading in Iowa:
Emerson College, very important, great college.
The Globe reports.
Associated Press reports Emerson officials are trying to find whoever's scrawling swastikas in campus buildings.
An Emerson student who says she was raped by a fellow student in 2012 is suing the college under federal equal-education and crime-reporting laws.
In her suit, filed this week in US District Court, Jillian Doherty alleges she "endured months of pain and suffering following the attack, and that suffering continues today" as a result of both a 2012 attack and by what she says is the college's mishandling of its investigation into her charges.
Emerson President Lee Pelton said today the college can and will do more to combat sexual assault on campus, after Huffington Post reported on a complaint alleging the college responded slowly, if at all, to students reporting sexual assaults.
Eric Twardzik, managing editor at the Emerson student newspaper, took a photo after the race of a guy in a white hoodie being arrested on the Common after the Marathon. He tweeted it. Now he's trying to convince people that a) it was a hoodie, and not a turban and b) that it's not him.
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