Mallory is one of the Video Producers for the Berkeley Beacon.
College workers shared family recipes and traditional cuisine for International Dinner Night on Tuesday in the dining hall.
Using the higher education crowdfunding site Useed, the organization hopes to raise $5,000 by the end of November. As of press time, the group had raised $4,189.
As of this semester, visual and media arts students on the production track do not choose specializations, according to Brooke Knight, the head of the department.
Launched on Sept. 12, GigLions is a free job search site only open to current Emerson students or alumni, originally conceived as an offshoot of the popular Emerson Mafia Facebook group.
Students need to stop looking at drugs as “part of the experience” and instead, confront their friends who are endangering themselves with harmful substances.
Raunchy jokes filled the Cabaret Thursday night as comedian Shawn Pelofsky performed a set of stand-up for a Greek Week event, sponsored by the Greek Council and Emerson Mane Events.
The problem of trans awareness, or lack thereof, is that it’s difficult to realize the mistakes made when this issue only directly affects a small portion of the Emerson community.
After a racial slur defaced a Little Building elevator Saturday morning, Director of Housing and Residence Life David Haden emailed residents of the dormitory warning of the damage, and encouraged students to reflect upon how the crime can be negatively interpreted by others.
It’s been said time and time again to me since I first started to use the internet: “Don’t trust anyone that you talk to online.”
A new tradition during SGA meetings started this semester. The notebook, as it is called, is a book where one member writes a note to another member each week.
Wax on Felt held its annual Battle of the Bands event on Friday, November 16 in Allston. Six bands played at the event, with the band Ripe, whose members are from Berkeley College of Music, winning first place.
On Wednesday, September 26, illusionist Leon Etienne came to Emerson College to perform for LiveSmart week.
The Print and Copy Center in the Little Building is moving from its formerly busy and cramped atmosphere to a new location on Boylston St.
"It's better than plain bars. It has me wondering what the words say."
An interview with the new police chief, Bob Smith.