Project Spotlight: Duende and the Choreopoem

  Porsha Olayiwola is the 2014 Individual World Poetry Slam Champion and 2015 National Poetry Slam Champion. Black, poet, queer-dyke, hip-hop feminist, womanist: Porsha is a native of Chicago who now resides in Boston where she organizes, writes and teaches. … Continued

Writers of Color at Emerson

Sometime before I decided to apply to Emerson’s WLP graduate program, I spent two weeks in Senegal during my undergraduate career. In contrast to my time in Grenoble and Seattle prior to this trip, I was surrounded by folks of … Continued

A Word from the Dean…

Welcome back to campus, returning students!   Incoming class, I want to congratulate you once again for taking the bold step to continue your education and redefine your future. I thank you for choosing to do it at Emerson. Emerson … Continued

Alison Baade, MS Communication Disorders: Grad Spotlight Video

Watch Now! 🎞️ Alison Baade graduated from Emerson’s MS in Communication Disorders in 2018. In this video, she talks about what surprised her at Emerson, how to take the leap into clinic hours, and why she loves the faculty.  

Chris DiRusso, MFA Popular Fiction: Grad Spotlight Video

Watch Now! 🎞️ Chris DiRusso is a current MFA candidate in our online Popular Fiction Writing & Publishing program. In this video, he talks about why he chose Emerson, what he loves about the faculty, and the best place to get … Continued

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