Marketing Communication alumnus Juma Inniss ’13 brought his latest project, BostonRISE, to Emerson’s CenterStage last week, as part of the School of Communication’s Diverse Voices in Communication initiative.
Emerson’s Lions beat WPI on Saturday to win their first-ever NEWMAC championship to advance to the NCAA Division III tournament.
Emerson’s men’s basketball team advances to the NEWMAC championship for the first-time ever.
Emerson College will celebrate the life and legacy of late author James Baldwin at its LA campus with a special event that will include a performance, discussion and a reception on February 23.
Bringing a turbulent chapter of Boston’s history to life is 1983 Emerson alumnus Christopher Buck, through his 2018 documentary, Operation Ceasefire, which was presented by the School of Communication inside the Bright Family Screening Room during a public screening and panel discussion last week.
EBONI hosted its 2nd Annual BLK Out Fashion Show on February 15, 2019.
Wes Jackson, Emerson’s Director of the Business of Creative Enterprises program, spoke about the significance of Alicia Keys hosting the Grammy Awards, the relevance of the awards and more.
Recording artist/producer and media literacy educator Juma Inniss ’13 is producing a group of up-and-coming artists with something to say, and he’s bringing them to Emerson College to debut their work at a Diverse Voices in Communication event, sponsored by the School of Communication.
One of the Grown-ish’s writers this season was Hailey Chavez ’15, and Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Miranda Banks (who had Chavez in two classes) consulted on the show, working with the writers to make the characters’ college experience believable to audiences.
Emerson College’s mens basketball head coach Bill Curley had his jersey retired by Boston College in a halftime ceremony on February 17.