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Emerson College is a private college in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1880 by Charles Wesley Emerson as a "school of oratory," the college offers more than three dozen degree programs in the area of Arts and Communication and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Located in Boston's Washington Street Theatre District on the edge of the Boston Common, the school also maintains buildings in Los Angeles and the town of Well, The Netherlands.
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  • Facts 

  • Origins 

  • Early expansion and growth 

  • Administrative restructuring 

  • Post-war era 

  • Financial crisis of 1952 and recovery 

  • Back Bay as Emerson's campus 

  • Attempted relocation 

  • Rebirth in the Historic Theater District 

  • 21st century 

  • Campus 

  • Ansin Building (180 Tremont Street) 

  • Walker Building (120 Boylston Street) 

  • Tufte Performance Production Center (10 Boylston Place) 

  • Paramount Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts) 

  • ELA—Hollywood Center (Los Angeles) 

  • Kasteel Well (Netherlands) 

  • Residence halls 

  • Piano Row & Max Mutchnick Campus Center (150 Boylston Street) 

  • Little Building (80 Boylston Street) 

  • Paramount Center (555 Washington Street) 

  • Academics 

  • Film 

  • Marketing 

  • Athletics 

  • ''The Berkeley Beacon'' 

  • Student Radio 

  • Presidents of Emerson