Emerson’s Los Angeles campus is safe; the fires are 16 miles away from ELA, and the air quality near campus remains unaffected. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and the devastation caused by these fires.
A Community Vigil in memory of our friend and Emersonian, Associate Professor Moses Shumow, will be held Tuesday, October 29, 12:00 pm, in the Semel Theater on the third floor of the Tufte Building.
The Tight Knit crowdfunding campaign is from October 28 through November 4, and every individual donor will receive a pair of Emerson socks as a “thank you” for their donation.
The work schedule for the Boylston Street sidewalk project next week will be from Monday, October 28, to Friday, November 1.
Four prominent political journalists brought their insights, and predictions to the Emerson Paramount Center on Tuesday, October 22, to talk about the defining issues of the 2020 presidential campaign.
The Associated Press covered two alums’ Student Academy Award wins last week, a story picked up by The New York Times, The Washington Post, ABC News, and the Chicago Tribune.
David Gerzof Richard, a senior affiliated faculty member in Communication Studies, talked to Fox News about how the e-cigarette industry markets to consumers, particularly teens.
JP Cromwell, not surprisingly for a Creative Writing MFA, tells stories for a living. You might hear one of them as you hunt for hidden treasure.
MFA Program Director of Writing, Literature and Publishing and Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow Jabari Asim penned a piece for WBUR’s Cognescenti, in response to President Trump’s recent comments comparing his impeachment probe to lynching.
Can you match the WECB show with its description?