SOC students and faculty came together at the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre, to recognize 33 outstanding individuals.
In honor of Dr. King’s memory, we invited students and faculty of the School of Communication to reflect on his iconic address, “I Have a Dream.”
It may be another church on another city block to some — but to others, it’s a concrete safe haven, a beacon of hope amid torrid times. St. Anthony’s Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community at 100 Arch Street in Boston, has been offering vital assistance to Bostonians in need since 1952.
The Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox invited Maxmilian Mandel ’24 into its “creative think tank.”
Sam DeCoste ’22 accepted a National Student Production Award on behalf of the student-run sports talk show, The Box Score, which he hosts and co-produces.
This year’s hybrid, bicoastal two-day BCE Conference will confront “(dis)enfranchisement: Getting a Seat at the Table,” with a diverse slate of scholars, executives, documentarians, community leaders, and other creatives.
Still chasing their dreams in a COVID-19 ruled-world, Emerson School of Communication students scattered across the country this summer at remote and on-location internships. Here are just three of the dozens of stories that played out this year…
Is it “memories fade and pictures last” or “pictures fade and memories last”?
As a graduate student in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Kaya LeGrand MS ’20 spearheaded a research project to help answer one of many questions surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Which features of autistic children’s language are most useful for their adult language ability??
The SJM Symposium honors the work and spirit of Moses Shumow, MA ’01 a scholar, educator, and activist who worked at the intersection of media, narrative, and social justice.