Emerson’s 38th Annual EVVY Awards will not feature Best Actor and Best Actress awards, and will instead feature the Outstanding Performer and Outstanding Supporting Actor, the Berkeley Beacon reports.
Writer, media maker, and Honors Program alumna Alexis Clements ’02 visited campus last Thursday to discuss the making of her first film, All We’ve Got. The feature-length documentary explores the definition of “community” and its presence — or absence — in the lives of LGBTQ+ individuals.
Beyond the obvious catastrophic impacts of a massive wildfire, there are less material but still very palpable consequences that reverberate through a community, according to Nejem Raheem, associate professor and interim chair of Marketing Communication.
172 Tremont Street, set to open later this spring, is quickly transforming into a modern space for student collaboration and campus offices.
Emerson College Associate Professor Jabari Asim was recently named the first recipient of the Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellowship in Emerson’s Social Justice Center.
Last year’s crop of Super Bowl ads were a direct response to the divisive American politics prevalent under Donald Trump’s presidency. This year’s ads focused more generally on social issues and and good old-fashioned entertainment, said two Emerson Marketing Communication faculty members.
After graduating with degrees in Journalism and Global & Postcolonial Studies, Margaux Maxwell ’18 took her passion for international human rights to Bogota, Colombia, where she is working as a freelance journalist.
Writing, Literature and Publishing Professor Emerita Charlotte Lindgren got a hug last night from one of her former students: Emmy Award-winning actor and children’s book author Henry Winkler ’67.
Visual and Media Arts Professor Kathryn Ramey’s current production, El Signo Vacio (The Empty Sign), a cinematic ethnography interrogating the U.S. occupation of Puerto Rico, was one of just 50 projects selected out of roughly 5,000 for funding and professional support through a Creative Capital grant.
While Bostonians retreated indoors from the cold during the College’s winter break, some Emersonians were enjoying the summertime Down Under, learning public relations with a global perspective during the inaugural session of the Sydney, Australia Global Pathway.