Faculty Ed Lee spoke to Boston 25 about the tentative “exceptional” agreement by Writers Guild of America members and industry studios.
Pat Bartevian ’44 spoke to Maeve Lawler ’25 about her entertainment career, the consignment store, and how to live a long life.
Newman and his co-authors argue that the Federal Trade Commission, which recently proposed rules on “commercial surveillance,” has an opportunity to shift the thinking on AI and data
Mark Kermode ranked his top films of the last decade.
The Salt Lick Sessions spotlights a diverse range of up-and-coming musical artists, and is airing Thursday nights.
“The novel brims with insights about astronomy, technology and Indigenous folklore,” writes the Times.
Christopher Rivas’ solo play is riveting.
VMA faculty and comedy writer Ed Lee spoke with Boston 25 about the entertainment industry writer and actor strikes as the fall TV season gets underway, with far less scripted shows.
The VMA chair talked about racial bias and the future of artificial intelligence with a panel of academics.
Performing Arts Professor Magda Romanska writes about how humans experience grief and the myth of the “five stages of grief.”