When Paul Amirault ’85 heard Emerson Stage was performing Titanic this semester, he laughed. Amirault said he remembers the infamous shipwreck as if he was there, and he’ll tell you he sort of was.
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These days, video games are striving to convey grander stories, and game music has begun to closely emulate the examples set by movies.
Kelvin Yu, now well-known as a writer and producer of Bob’s Burgers, and for his role on Master of None, visited Monday as the keynote speaker for Asian Students for Intercultural Awareness’ Asian Heritage Month.
But the more that I think about the playlist, the more I think, Isn’t an album, in a way, a playlist?
The Emerson Poetry Project’s first ever regional poetry slam served as a testing ground for students’ pieces before attending a national event in April.
All eyes were on Claudia Rankine last Friday when she spoke in the Cutler Majestic Theater about the importance of white people acknowledging their racism and the ability art has to move the conversation forward.
Elena Ferrante, a contemporary Italian author who’s gained a large following in the United States, is most widely known for two things: her highly-acclaimed Neapolitan series and her identity, which was a mystery until last September.
For Patricia de la Garza, a junior performing arts major, the lack of rehearsal space at Emerson has consistently been a struggle throughout her time at the college.
A man in a bear suit falling in love, a clown coming out of retirement, and an assault survivor preparing to box—were just a few shorts featured at the 17th Annual Emerson College Film Festival on Saturday in the Bright Lights Screening Room.
The News Feed, a new EIV show that premiered Monday evening, brings passionate debaters from real Facebook fights to a live studio to discuss controversial topics face to face.
“One Week” by the Barenaked Ladies is, frankly, not profound. Sure, it’s emblematic of the ‘90s and (almost obnoxiously) catchy, but for most people, that’s where its value ends: nostalgia. But on Mouth Moods, Neil Cicierega’s January 2016 addition to his line of mashup mixtapes, “One Week” becomes something different.
Freshman marketing communication major Cassandra Cloutier waited in line for two hours last Monday for tickets to see the rapper and poet who inspired her to attend Emerson.
Students who dream of watching their work on the big screen can now see their short films screened before films like Arrival and Moonlight.
Members of the Beacon Staff share their thoughts on this weekend's Academy Awards.