Emerson College
Emerson College is a private coeducational university located in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1880 by Charles Wesley Emerson as a "school of oratory," Emerson is "the only comprehensive ...
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Jacqueline Liebergott
Jacqueline Weis Liebergott assumed the presidency of Emerson College as its first female president in September 1993 and during her tenure spearheaded the College's move from Boston's Back Bay to the ...
Jenefer Shute
Jenefer Shute is an acclaimed author of four novels: Life-Size, Sex Crimes, Free Fall and User I.D.. She has also written for Harpers, The Nation, salon.com, The Guardian, Tikkun, the Boston Review, a...
Engagement Game Lab
The Engagement Game Lab is an applied research lab at Emerson College, which develops and studies the effects of games as they apply to civic engagement.
Hub2 is a game and urban planning tool tha...
Paramount Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts)
Paramount Theatre is a Boston theatre located on Washington Street, between Avery and West Streets.
The Paramount opened in 1932 as a 1700-seat, single-screen movie theatre. It was one of the firs...
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Emerson Review
The Emerson Review, founded in 1953 as The Scribe, is Emerson College's award-winning and oldest student-run literary magazine. The book is published annually and is released each spring during a Rele...
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Kasteel Well
Kasteel Well is a fully restored 14th century medieval castle located in the Dutch province of Limburg, in the small village of Well, The Netherlands. It is located near the border with Germany, and i...
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Berkeley Beacon
The Berkeley Beacon (founded 1947) is Emerson College's student-run newspaper. The paper is published weekly each Thursdays during the fall and spring semesters of Emerson College's school year. In 20...
Cutler Majestic Theatre
The Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College, in Boston, Massachusetts, is a 1903 "Beaux Arts" style theater, designed by the architect John Galen Howard. Originally built for theatre, one of three ...
Charles Wesley Emerson
Charles Wesley Emerson (1837 - 1908) was the founder and first president of Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. Charles Emerson was also the author of a number of books dealing with oratory and ...
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