How to Have a Great Interview

Finding a job is tough. You spend so much time tweaking your resume and cover letter so they stand out among the many other hopefuls you’re up against and you might have to apply to dozens of places before an application is noticed, and liked, by a potential employer. After getting over the excitement of a…

Me(at) & You

I grew up as a meat eater. My dad was always very kin on making me a ‘cultured’ eater, on having me try everything and having no fear of food. And, what a wonderful skill he gave me. I tried it all, from lobsters and escargots, to veil and pork. When I turned 19, I became…

Taxing Film Out of Massachusetts

If you have been watching the local news lately or at least following the local news on Twitter, you probably know that Governor Charlie Baker’s first budget proposal while in office is to get rid of the Massachusetts film and TV tax credit. Massachusetts gives film and TV productions spending over $50,000, with tax incentives…

True Life: I’m a Nanny.

by Caroline Cassard I’ve seen all of the food allergies, the gluten-free diets, and the bee sting reactions. I’ve run a mile in the rain, rushing the stroller and the nonchalant toddler back to safety. I’ve dealt with the exhausted protests at naptime, the hide and seek champion who refuses to resurface, and the moms…

Bleak Black Friday

by Erin Kayata Warm, roasted turkey, a plethora of home made food, family and friends all around, football, and a chance to be grateful for what you have. Who doesn’t love Thanksgiving? It’s difficult to see why anyone wouldn’t look forward to a holiday that involves a plethora of scrumptious food, family gatherings, and appreciating…

How to Bring Your Unique Style to the Workplace

by Erin Kayata It’s no secret that Emerson students have a very unique sense of style. Just taking a look around campus makes it clear that fashion sense here is quite different from anywhere else. However, what may be the height of fashion here on campus may not be as acceptable once you begin your…

How to Own The Org. Fair

by Sarah Dwyer When Emerson College was just a potential school on a list I made with my guidance counselor (notably, number one on that list), I went on a tour of the school to help with my decision. At the end of the tour, the one parent that always asks all the questions piped…