Emerson College Distinguished Artist-in-Residence P. Carl received the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award from the Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame for a career spent using storytelling and the arts to foster dialogue, create policy, and transform systems.
By Molly Loughman From March 20-21, the first-ever “Communication Days” will bring together ideas from across the communication spectrum as all undergraduate School of Communication classes converge into a series … Continue Reading “Communication Days” Will Spark Ideas, Build Community
The NEWMAC Championship Emerson men’s basketball team got a sendoff in front of Piano Row Wednesday, February 27, as they boarded a bus that will take them to the first … Continue Reading Pride of Lions Gets Sendoff to NCAA DIII Tourney in New Jersey
Bill Curley, coach of Emerson College’s NCAA Division III Tournament-bound men’s basketball team, was named New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Coach of the Year, and guard Zach Waterhouse ’22 was named NEWMAC Rookie of the Year.
Spotlighting issues that shape the film industry and influence the Oscars, the annual Oscar Talk event, held at Emerson Los Angeles on February 21, featured insights from consultants, journalists, film critics, and marketing executives, with a particular focus on diversity in Hollywood.
Marketing Communication alumnus Juma Inniss ’13 brought his latest project, BostonRISE, to Emerson’s CenterStage last week, as part of the School of Communication’s Diverse Voices in Communication initiative.
Emerson’s men’s basketball team advances to the NEWMAC championship for the first-time ever.
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Bringing a turbulent chapter of Boston’s history to life is 1983 Emerson alumnus Christopher Buck, through his 2018 documentary, Operation Ceasefire, which was presented by the School of Communication inside the Bright Family Screening Room during a public screening and panel discussion last week.
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