The film explores the dynamics within a theatre troupe when a difficult director brings on a famous actress to a production of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon.
Stokes plans on majoring in political communication.
Unlike Juneteenth, the 13th Amendment is an indispensable and powerful part of our national story.
Greenstein recently opened for legendary DJ/producer Steve Aoki.
Emerson Polling continues to provide insight into the New York City mayoral race.
Communication Studies Professor Emeritus John Anderson was featured in the Tulsa World for his work in this year’s Tulsa Chautauqua, which ran virtually June 8-12.
Journalism Associate Professor Roger House states Black voters should resist the seduction of racial trickery.
Associate professor of political science and director of the Emerson Prison Initiative Mneesha Gellman writes for the academic news site The Conversation about El Salvador “in crisis” after President Nayib Bukele recently fired five supreme court justices and the attorney general, in a troubling move for democracy.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing MFA student Mitty Mirrer wrote for Boston Globe Magazine about her experience visiting a child in Ukraine who lost their father to war, who she met through the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), an organization that supports those whose loved ones have been killed or died while serving their country.
Visual and Media Arts professor and author Tom Cooper’s work, Fast Media, Media Fast: How To Clear Your Mind And Invigorate Your Life In An Age Of Media Overload is referenced in a Woman’s World article that shares tips for unplugging from devices and exploring other activities.