Emerson rose a spot ahead of last year’s ranking in film industry publication The Wrap’s annual film school feature, coming in at #6 in the nation.
On the Same Page campaign, a student-run book advocacy program, is highlighted in the Globe.
“The concept of race in America was built on a foundation of flawed assumptions and false beliefs.”
Vice Provost Tony Pinder makes the case for breaking down silos between international education and equity, diversity, and inclusion departments in order to better serve students.
“We have to think of each of the people that we know as not necessarily this one post that they put out, one photo that they put on Instagram, but the entire body of work…”
The team is raising money for the nonprofit Athlete Ally.
The interview touches on his days studying theatre at Emerson College.
It would take a fully-forested Boston Common nearly 100 years to sequester the same amount of carbon as embodied in the reclaimed portions of the Little Building.
The play, Antigone, illustrates the problem of reconciling politics and public health, she writes.
Faculty Carol Ferrara writes for the academic news site The Conversation about the recent French ban of abayas in public schools, and head scarves prior, and what that says about French culture and identity.