Members of the Emerson community came together this week to condemn and mourn the March 16 murder of eight people in Atlanta, including six Asian women, as well as violence across the country and the world.
Her books spin tales of love and lust aboard pirate ships, in coastal Maine towns, and in an enchanted mountain lair.
This year, business leaders across industries shared what it means to emphasize integrity and empathy over conflict.
Communication Studies’ Senior Executive-in-Residence Cathryn Edelstein joined i Heart Radio’s “New England Weekend” program to discuss “On the Same Page,” a collaborative diverse book campaign for Boston Public Schools that Edelstein and students created and oversee through the College.
A panel of Emerson artists gathered last week as part of the 2021 Teach-In on Race to talk about how creatives are finding their place through the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and white supremacy
Journalism associate professor Paul Niwa and additional industry professionals joined GBH’s “Beat the Press” program, hosted by Emily Rooney, to discuss recent events in the news and their coverage.
As digital media manager at New England Public Media (NEPM), Rachel Scott, MA ’20 is in charge of capturing audiences, getting them engaged, and keeping them loyal to her station. It’s a big job in a competitive media environment, but Scott came prepared.
The Emerson Prison Initiative changes lives.
Dr. Eve Ewing talked about the theories that underpin all her work, whether academic, literary, or theatrical.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker reviews bestselling author Alex Tresniowski’s new work, The Rope: A True Story of Murder, Heroism, and the Dawn of the NAACP, which recounts the murder of white ten-year-old Marie Smith in Asbury Park, New Jersey, in 1910 and the false accusations against a Black man.