Alumnus Jonathan Graziano ’13 and his TikTok star pug, Noodle, were featured on NPR and in the Boston Globe for Noodle’s miraculous ability to tell his millions of followers whether or not they should have gotten out of bed on a given morning.
The change is a call for an end to the flawed tactic of unceasing protest and a consideration of group remedies.
Marshall’s is one of 27 essays on the enduring value of Thoreau’s work, written by a “Who’s Who of Intelligent Modern Prose.”
Marlboro Institute professor of anthropology, religion and transnational Studies Tulasi Srinivas writes an opinion piece on Bangalore, India’s water crisis, reflecting on water’s significance to Hinduism and the damage of climate change and urbanization to “The Silicon Valley of Asia.”
The conversation was about writing, history, war, and more.
Black men would reach out to Black youths to talk about their lives and what they wanted to do with their lives.
Communication Studies senior affiliated faculty David Gerzof Richard was interviewed for a Boston 25 segment on the recent news that Facebook paused its rollout of Instagram Kids, after a Wall Street Journal article cited mental health issues for teen users of Instagram, and specific
Mneesha Gellman, associate professor of political science and director of the Emerson Prison Initiative, shared her views on the actions of El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, as he made headlines recently for making bitcoin the first country in the world to accept it as a legal payment form.
All may not be lost if the Black political class is up to the challenge of asserting the influence of its base.
Marketing Communication graduate program director and Senior Executive-in-Residence Brenna McCormick shared her insights on building brands in an article that highlights the successes of Togolese college student Hogoe Elimiera Ivana Kpessou’s HK brand, and emerging Black designers Brandon Blackwood and Telfar Clemens.