SJC Justice, Alumna Elspeth Cypher On Honoring Facts, Writing Well

Newly appointed Supreme Judicial Court Justice Elspeth Cypher ‘80, talked to Emerson students about her time at the College, the challenges of law school, and about the importance of facts in communications and in life. Cypher spoke at the Emerson Visitors Center on Thursday, March 23, in a conversation moderated by Spencer Kimball, senior scholar-in-residence…

Overcoming Language as a Professional Barrier

“Mayonnaise.” Madhav Ranabhat said this word by pronouncing the latter part of the word as “ease.” The lady in front of him at Legal Sea Foods, Boston Logan International Airport, didn’t understand which sauce Ranabhat was talking about. The Nepalese native said the word again, the same way.  And again. The lady finally brightened, and…

March Feature Highlights Struggles, Success of Womxn

    Twenty-three Emerson women who have achieved success in their chosen careers will tell their stories as part of the Office of Career Services’ new initiative, Womxn of Emerson. The project, hosted on Career Services’ website, CareerBuzz, looks to profile female Emerson graduates with careers in a wide range of fields related to the…