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Emerson’s Common Collective is just that — Emersonians using their common interests for a collective purpose: Applying their communication skills to advance the goals of Emerson organizations as well as non-profits outside the college.
Election Day is less than two weeks away.
If you’re mailing in a ballot, we strongly suggest that you send it as soon as possible to ensure that you meet the deadline for your voting area.
Audrey Seraphin is leading Boston’s initiative to engage Generation Z and millennials.
Instead of gathering Emersonians and mediamakers from around the world in Austria this year, the Salzburg Academy on Media & Global Change will host a series of free and public virtual workshops this fall, beginning with Protest, Pandemic & Power: Media Literacies, Storytelling and Global Futures on Sept. 24.
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working under political nonprofits, video production companies, major league sport teams and more.
As founder of the nonprofit organization Entertainment for Change (EFC), Jade Zaroff ’16 is connecting children with artists nationwide via online classes aimed at empowering youth on how to lead through art and activism.
President Lee Pelton will chair a new initiative from Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to raise millions of dollars to address racial inequity in the city, the Boston Globe reports.
Through the first half of the spring 2020 semester, students in the Journalism course TV News Magazine and Documentary had been developing short documentaries on subjects related to social change. But when production was disrupted by COVID-19 restrictions, they, along with Assistant Professor Gino Canella, saw the opportunity to expand their projects into multimedia websites, with deeply satisfying results.