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.
From making the video, Kay learned many things about herself, as well as the realities of the world we live in.
We gain the independence to be ourselves, and for many people, that means realizing one’s LGBTQ+ identity.
Since 1976, the Pushcart Prize has honored the best American short fiction, essays, and poems published by small presses.
Associate professor of political science and director of the Emerson Prison Initiative Mneesha Gellman writes for the academic news site The Conversation about El Salvador “in crisis” after President Nayib Bukele recently fired five supreme court justices and the attorney general, in a troubling move for democracy.
Comley is the first Broadway producer to hold the position since the 1970s.
Approximately 150 candidates are nominated each year, with 15-20 receiving awards of $3,000.
As a teenager Simpson was a big fan of WERS, and now he’s the GM.
Enjoy panel discussions, screenings and more to celebrate Pride with Emerson.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing MFA student Mitty Mirrer wrote for Boston Globe Magazine about her experience visiting a child in Ukraine who lost their father to war, who she met through the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), an organization that supports those whose loved ones have been killed or died while serving their country.