For the past 20 years, Expression magazine has landed in Emersonians’ mailboxes, connecting them to each other and to the College through stories of alumni, faculty, students, and all the ways they shape the world.
This week, Expression finds a second home, with the launch of Expression Online, a virtual version of the official magazine for the Emerson community.
“Every issue of Expression aims to tell the stories of Emersonians whose creativity, passion, and commitment to social justice is making a difference,” said Expression Editorial Director Charna Westervelt. “I’m excited to be able to share these important stories in new ways and reach an even wider audience.”
The site is a robust digital version of Expression magazine. For now, the site will feature much of the content found in the magazine, including articles and other regular departments.
Going forward, look for additional web-only content, including video interviews or photos that didn’t make it into the print edition.
Speaking of the print edition, that’s not going anywhere. If you’ve looked forward to curling up with Expression three times per year, that won’t change. You’ll just have two ways to enjoy it.