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.
A Hearst TV Producing Fellowship alum, today Benoit tells the stories of Granite Staters as a producer for the state’s only network-affiliated news station, WMUR TV.