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A grainy group photo of mostly women. The photo caption provides only last names. First row: Stern, Schwartz, Saftel, Greenbaum, Levitan, Sossner, Karas, Eisenberg; Second row: Waldman, Peter, Kessler, Coplan, Rossman, Simmons; Third row: Markoff, Rosenstadt, Grossman, Silverman, Bronstein, Hoffman, Chalice, Bornstein. The Menorah Society became Hillel in 1946. Emerson Hillel, the college's union of Jewish students, continues to thrive today as a home for Jewish campus life with the support of Hillel Council of New England.
Black and white photo of front facade of 96 Beacon Street with students on the front stoop. An American flag hangs above the entrance. Built in 1849, the building at 96 Beacon Street served as Emerson's student union from 1964 until 2006 and was used for small gatherings, rehearsals and other events. Info source: Berkeley Beacon (4/6/2006); Boston Business Journal (4/2/2014).
1960 - 1970
An architectural rendering of Emerson's Piano Row building. In 2006, Piano Row Residence Hall became the second purpose-built facility for Emerson College. It serves as a dormitory and houses the school's first gymnasium. The 14-story building sits at 150 Boylston Street and also houses the Max Muchnick campus center.