Local musicians and guests had the opportunity to play their original compositions and receive feedback during a Women in Music Licensing event at Emerson College Los Angeles last month.
A recognized trailblazer in the communication field, Professor Richard West’s dedication to researching and writing about family communication is evident in his latest publication, The Routledge Handbook of Communication and Bullying – the first comprehensive book to address this topic.
Stan Nance, senior associate director of athletics, is responsible for recruiting student-athletes to Emerson and has worn a number of hats in Athletics since arriving on campus in 2003. In 2009, he won a Distinguished Service Award for his contributions to the College.
For Emerson grad Dan Adams ’13, writing about Massachusetts’ now legal and emerging marijuana industry is much more than stoner puns.
Drew Daywalt is the author of New York Times bestsellers The Day the Crayon Came Home and The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors. His most recent book, Sleepy, the Goodnight Buddy, was published in September.
Several students, faculty and staff found an Emerson College first-of-its-kind town hall forum on Nov. 27 to be very constructive and forward-thin
Students join Teach-in on Race keynote speaker Rachel Kuo, far left, on stage at the day’s opening event on Friday, October 12. Left to right, ASIA President Lia Kim, DESI … Continue Reading ICYMI: You Can Watch Teach-In on Race Conversations Online
In late October, the Los Angeles Mission, a nonprofit that works to end homelessness in the city, held its eighth annual Legacy of Vision Gala—and Emerson College students were on hand to showcase a 360-degree virtual reality film they produced for the organization.
November 27 is #GivingTuesday. This animated video, created by alumna Laura Porat ’16, helps illustrate the ways your dollars can help Emersonians be a creative force.
A web series about the aftermath of alien abductions, a comedy pilot about a young mix-raced woman trying to make it in Los Angeles, and a feature-length screenplay about Hollywood actor Nicolas Cage won the top prizes at Emerson College Los Angeles’s fifth annual PitchFest competition.