Greenstein recently opened for legendary DJ/producer Steve Aoki.
Emerson Polling continues to provide insight into the New York City mayoral race.
Her work led, in some cases, to legislation being passed, and in many cases to local Emmy Awards and other accolades.
Communication Studies Professor Emeritus John Anderson was featured in the Tulsa World for his work in this year’s Tulsa Chautauqua, which ran virtually June 8-12.
Joosten felt there wasn’t enough LGBTQ+ representation in children’s board books.
Journalism Associate Professor Roger House states Black voters should resist the seduction of racial trickery.
The Juneteenth resources guide includes local activities, videos, books and more.
Emerson College will commemorate Juneteenth as an official Emerson staff holiday.
Bright’s new film presents an unbiased view of the dog meat industry in South Korea.
88.9 WERS, New England’s first and oldest non-commercial radio station, broadcast from Emerson College, will hold its third annual 617 Day celebration of Massachusetts-based artists on Thursday, June 17, 2021. The celebration will be hosted by WERS Morning Show host George Knight and WERS Afternoon Show host Phil Jones who will be joined by more than a dozen local artists sitting in as guest DJs throughout the day highlighting their favorite songs by fellow local artists.