Upcoming Changes to the Emerson Campus

If there is one thing Emerson students are accustomed to seeing, it’s scaffolding. I don’t remember a time that Emerson’s campus wasn’t dominated by rows of scaffolding that hang ominously above as you wait to cross at the Boylston-Tremont intersection. Scaffolding has been a fixture outside the Little Building (LB) for a long time now….

All By Myself: The Rebellion of Being Alone

“Do you want to go with me?” you ask nervously. It could be anywhere: the Dining Hall (DH), the Prudential Center (The Pru), even the bathroom. “No, it’s okay. Have fun though.” This is the worst case scenario. Now you’re left to make a choice: stay home and leave those you invited wondering why you…

Don’t Dumb Down The National League

Opening day for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2013 was the beginning of a season that brought about many great moments, none more so than what happened to the Dodgers’ star pitcher, Clayton Kershaw. I remember sitting on the couch in complete rapture as I watched him pitch against the division rival San Francisco Giants…