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A student sits on the ledge of a bay window with her head down (reading). A white raining separates the window area from the rest of the room. On the left wall is a large mirror fixed about a fireplace.

1986-04

1986-04-22

Four women are pictured using "vintage" Apple IIe computers with external floppy drives and Epson printers.

1986-04

Headshot of Ms. Janover.

1986-04-15

1986-03

1986-03

1986-03

1986-03

Ms. Janover is smiling, looking over her shoulder with one arm over the back of a chair. A table-top clock and framed photos are behind her.

1986-04-15

Ms. Janover is smiling, facing the camera, arms folded on the back of a chair (chair not visible in photo).

1986-04-16

Ms. Janover is smiling, facing the camera, arms folded on the back of a chair. She is resting her chin on her hand. A table-top clock is behind her.

1986-04-15

1985-08-26

1985-09-19

1985 - 1989

1985-09-11

1985 - 1989

1985-09-12

1985-09-11

1985-09-11

1985 - 1989

1985-09-03

1985-09-03

1985 - 1989

1985-09-11

1985-09-03

1985-09-12

1985-09-11

1985-09-12

1985-09

1985-09-25

1985-09-03

1985 - 1989

1985 - 1989

1985-09

1985-09-11

1985-09-11

1985-09-12

1985-09-11

1985-09-11

1986-09-09

Informal photo portrait of Emerson student, Darren Cecil '87.

1986-08-06

Public Safety patrol officer, Brandon Arakelian, talks with students.

1992-09-10

2009

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

2009

Gerick Smith, student; Jeremy Milner, student; and Brandon Arakelian, patrolman for Public Safety at Emerson on the Hatch Shell located on the Esplanade, sponsored by Student Life, September 11, 1992.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1993

2009

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

2007

2011

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

2009

Informal photo of President Chapin in an office with a row of windows behind him. Chapin sits sideways with his arm hanging over the settee. In his right hand he holds what appears to be a pipe for smoking. Richard Chapin was a graduate of Harvard College and received his MBA from Harvard as well. He served as assistant dean for educational planning at Harvard’s Graduate School of Business Administration before arriving at Emerson in the midst of a socially turbulent time. Despite social unrest on campus and around the world, President Chapin was able to promote the College’s academic advancement as well as continue the expansion of its campus and its finances. Chapin addressed the problem of hiring and retaining faculty members with PhDs to continue the College’s accreditation by NEASC. To give the faculty a voice and provide a more democratic governance of the College, he approved the creation of a Faculty Assembly in 1969. He also helped enhance the College’s curriculum by reorganizing departments and revising the general requirements for an undergraduate degree.

1962 - 1980

President Koenig sits behind a desk or table. He looks away from the camera and holds eyeglasses in his hand. There are folders, papers and coffee cups on the table. Allen Koenig received his BA degree from the University of Southern California, his MA degree from Stanford University, and his PhD in speech communication from Northwestern University. He came to Emerson from the University of Southern California’s Idyllwild campus, where he served as executive director. President Koenig turned an eye toward academic excellence by increasing the percentage of faculty with terminal degrees from 46 percent to 72 percent. In addition, the student body grew by 66 percent during his presidency. Koenig continued to expand the Boston campus to meet the needs of faculty and students with the purchase of the Majestic Theatre in 1983, as well as several other buildings in the Back Bay area. The Majestic Theatre was restored over a period of several years and in 1989 reopened as a live performance theater with the student musical George M! During his presidency, Koenig worked to secure land in Lawrence, Massachusetts, in a bid to build an entirely new and unified campus. But by 1989, a move to Lawrence was deemed unfeasible, due to financial constraints and dissent from the Emerson community. Despite the failed bid to move Emerson out of Boston, Koenig was still able to expand the College’s reach. In 1985, a formal overseas program began in The Netherlands at Kasteel Well, purchased by Emerson in 1988. In 1986, Emerson began its Los Angeles program for students seeking internships and networking opportunities on the West Coast; the program continues to this day.

1979

Photo by Karen Couture.

1988

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1986

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

1992-09-10

2011

Brick and steel entrance to Kasteel Well. In 1988, Emerson purchased Kasteel Well, a restored 14th century medieval castle located a small village in The Netherlands. Students participating in the program reside and take classes at castle. Courses have a strong European focus, and the program includes excursions to major cities of Europe.

Samuel Robbins, standing, holds what may be anatomical model of the larynx, observed by four students closely seated in a semi-circle. In 1935, Emerson College sponsored the first professional training program in Speech Pathology in the United States. Info sources: A century of eloquence; Duchan, J. (2011, May 12); Sies & Schwimmer: Today's Speech.

1985-11-22

1985-10-24

1985-10-01

1985-11-14

1985-10-24

Lead character, Spenser, lived in Boston and location shooting for Spenser for Hire was filmed mostly in the city of Boston.

1985-11-07

1985-11-02

1985-10-24

1985-10-01

1985 circa

1985-11-07

1985-11-02

1985-11-07

1985-11-02

1985-10-24

1986-02

Pictured: Photo of television screen showing Democratic party members at convention holding up "Jesse Jackson" signs. Top-left of screen reads, "C-SPAN Live".

1986-01

1986-01

Pictured: Photo of television screen showing Jesse Jackson speaking.

1986-01

Pictured: Photo of television screen showing Democratic party members at convention holding up "Jesse Jackson" signs. Top-left of screen reads, "C-SPAN Live.".

1986-01

Pictured: Photo of television screen showing Jesse Jackson speaking.

1986-01

Ms. Brown at her desk.

1986-01-30

Pictured: Photo of television screen showing Jesse Jackson speaking.

1986-01

1986-02

1986-03-26

1986-03-22

1986-03-11

1986-03

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