The decision isn’t just about abortion — it also involves enforcing traditional gender roles and more.
The scholarship awards $1,500 to a student journalist whose essay lends insight into the life, death, and legacy of Vincent Chin, and its relevance to today, according to the AAJA.
ECPD is aware of First Amendment-protected activity planned for TODAY (Friday, June 24) in the area of the Park Street Station, Boston Common at 5:00 pm, and Copley Square at 6:00 pm.
Breaking Bad broke ground, and streaming services have changed the landscape forever.
How does public art health communicate messaging about health crisis’ like COVID-19?
The second in a two-part timeline of LGBTQIA+ life at Emerson: 2000s-today.
“In publishing this anthology, HowlRound hopes to further our vision of a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions.”
Professor Megan Marshall spoke to the Massachusetts Historical Society and Christian Science Monitor
Journalism associate professor, graduate program director, and music critic Tim Riley contributed to a W Magazine piece that examines the fashion and style of male rock stars today versus historically. What changed, if anything?
We’ve built a timeline of LGBTQIA+ life at Emerson spanning the past 50 years.