We asked Emerson faculty members about this lack of representation and visibility in the media, how it affects Asian Americans, and what needs to happen to reverse the trend.
President Lee Pelton joined 10 other college presidents in a May 24 Zoom panel to talk about the most pressing issues facing higher ed today.
As the DC Old Glory prepared for the 2021 Major League Rugby season, they received some off-the-pitch help from Emerson College students, who had ideas for promoting the diversity of both the team and the league.
Lyric Stage Company provides indispensable opportunities to current students.
The Performing Arts Department lost another of its lights with the death of Professor Emerita Robbie McCauley on Thursday, May 20.
The Emerson Mafia Presents Spotify playlist includes musicians from the last several decades.
Mako Yoshikawa shared an essay, published by Longreads in Summer 2019, about the impact of anti-Asian racism on her parents’ lives and her own.
As the spring semester came to a close, the School of Communication paused to recognize 42 outstanding individuals who were nominated by the faculty for the annual SOC Student Awards.
The SJM Symposium honors the work and spirit of Moses Shumow, MA ’01 a scholar, educator, and activist who worked at the intersection of media, narrative, and social justice.
The digital world has allowed anyone to document events at anyplace and anytime.