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Catalogue cover in color, mostly a deep magenta background. Text content: "Master communication in a global business environment. Make your mark in the bold new world of Global Marketing Communication and Advertising with a master's degree at Emerson College's European Campus in Maastrict - the only program of its kind worldwide. Taught be an international faculty of leading scholars and experienced practitioners, this intensive 12-month master's degree prepares you to seize professional opportunities in the rapidly expanding global marketplace. The unique curriculum includes internships in professional settings in Europe or at Emerson's United States campus in Boston. As the international branch of Emerson College, the European Campus blends Europe's rich resources with a 113-year tradition of excellence in communication education. The Marketing and Advertising program at Emerson-Boston enjoys the highest enrollment of any such program in the U.S., as well as the highest percentage of international students. In Maastricht, Emerson's multicultural environment promises to be even more dynamic. So launch your exciting career in global marketing communication in Maastricht. The master's that puts the world at your feet." The Master's degree program in Global Marketing and Advertising was established at the EIIC in Maastricht in 1993.
A multicolored poster promoting the 10th Annual Emerson Film Festival: A Showcase of Student Films, in 2010. Special make-up effects artist, Rick Baker is featured on the left side of the poster. Since 2000, the Emerson College Los Angeles campus has hosted an event to showcase student films and connect alumni to Emerson students. Today, the Emerson College Film Festival and LA Showcase screens student films from the Emerson and Los Angeles campuses with competitions and awards, workshops and lectures from industry figures. Info source: Berkeley Beacon 10/2/2014.
Logo for Arts Emerson, all caps, yellow and white text with a purple graphic elements on a black background. Founded in 2010 by Rob Orchard, ArtsEmerson's programs include culturally enriching theatre, film and music.
Drawing of Art Buchwald. Buchwald received an honorary degree from Emerson College.
A simple poster graphic contains a yellow map outlining the New England states centered in a circle, around which the words: Community, Sportsmanship, and Integrity are written. Over the map are the words: Great Northeast Atlantic Conference. In 1995, Emerson's men's athletic teams became charter members of the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference.
Invitation to Cabaret event for Emerson Alumni in New York. The Emerson College Alumni Club of Greater New York. The Cabaret at The Magic Pan, E. 57th Street, New York, NY.
Promotion for three stage performances. Poster is colored black, white and magenta, with informal graphic and typography is divided into 10 equal frames. Text reads: The Deertrees Theatre, Harrison, Maine; Look Back in Anger by John Osborne; Bell, Book and Candle by John Van Druten; J.B. by Archibald Macleish; Curtain time for all shows 8:30, for reservations call 583-2310; Owned and operated by the Emerson College Center for the Performing Arts. In 1965, Emerson College purchased the Deertrees Theater in Harrison, Maine which housed a six credit summer theater program open to students from Emerson as well as other area colleges.
1965-05-01 - 1965-08-31
Promotional flier for a publishing event. Participants include: Jenefer Shute, Muriel Kagan Zager, Lew McCreary, Fiona McCrae, DeWitt Henry and Nina Ryan. Presented by Emerson College Division of Writing, Literature and Publishing.
The very first issue of Emerson College's student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Cover image of volume 1, number 1, dated February 1, 1947 with the headline, “Emerson History Made.” Cover stories are titled: No Strain Here; Star Visits College Advocates Knowledge [referring to Janis Paige]; and President Green Sends Letter to the Editor of the Berkeley Beacon..
Cover from course catalog which contains a poetic quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson, "What boots it they virtue.," and the following text: "Boston: Issued at 13 Pemberton Square. 1881." The image demonstrates a variety of typefaces and ornamental border/frame used in 19th century typography. In 1880, Charles W. Emerson opened the Boston Conservatory of Elocution, Oratory, and Dramatic Art at 13 Pemberton Square, Boston. Ten students enrolled in the first class.
A yellow newspaper article titled, This fall we open our new home on the Charles River. There is a large drawing of the building in the middle of the paper, and at the bottom are the words Beacon and Berkeley Streets Boston. In 1933, the Emerson College of Oratory purchased 130 Beacon Street to house administration and classrooms. It is the first building purchased for what will become the Back Bay campus. This would also become the heart of the Back Bay campus, with the Emerson community gathering in front of the building, dubbing the area as “The Wall.”.
Cover of course catalog from 1934. An imprint of the college seal/logo appears in gold on a textured paper surface. The seal contains an image of a lion raising an axe and includes a banner with the Latin text, "Deus Protector Noster." Beneath the logo, simple text in art deco-era typeface reads, "Emerson College. Boston, Mass. 1934." In 1934, the name of the institution was shortened from Emerson College of Oratory to Emerson College.