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.
NAFSA: Association of International Educators’ magazine recently published a piece “The Power of Partnership,” featuring the partnership between Emerson and the Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona.
Communications Studies associate professor Vincent Raynauld co-wrote an op-ed for the Institute for Research on Public Policy’s Policy Options website titled, “The key role of political parties’ digital strategies in the federal election” regarding Canada’s upcoming federal election.
Maureen Hurley, the College’s director of student transitions and family programs, spoke to the Boston Globe about special programs for sophomores this academic year, as last year was not typical due to the ongoing pandemic.
Journalism associate professor Roger House wrote an op ed regarding New York City mayor hopeful Eric Adams and the implications that 4,000 new pushcart licenses may have on the city’s Black community and small businesses if he is elected this fall.
Visual and Media Arts associate professor Maria San Filippo shared her expertise for the article “A genre reborn: Inside the evolution of the rom-com,” which examines the roll of romantic comedies in American film over the decades.
Visual and Media Arts associate professor and former scriptwriter Manny Basanese shared his expertise on the resurgence of musical theater on television, as Apple TV+’s “Schmigadoon!” debuted in July and continues a trend that began in 2013 with NBC’s live “The Sound of Music.”
Marketing Communication associate professor Kristin Lieb recently joined BYUradio’s “Top of Mind” program to share her insights and research on female pop stars and how social media is now contributing to emotional stripping, as opposed to stripping of clothing.
Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies associate professor Russell Newman spoke to TechNewsWorld about the internet search engine and consumer privacy advocate DuckDuckGo, that launched a new feature called Email Protection, and its implications.