A word or phrase that was commonplace for centuries may now be understood as insensitive, but many writers aren’t always tuned in to what’s appropriate.
Pat Bartevian ’44 spoke to Maeve Lawler ’25 about her entertainment career, the consignment store, and how to live a long life.
The Emerson Department of Journalism and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) presents Michael Werner, documentary filmmaker, two-time recipient of the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award, and … Continue Reading Lights, Camera, Impact! Harnessing the Power of Story & Science for Change
This year Emerson welcomes 17 new faculty members and nine faculty members returning in new roles.
Journalism major Isa Luzarraga ’25 interned this summer at The Kansas City Star through the Dow Jones News Fund’s internship program, and wrote about her experience
Paraschos’ book The Boston Journalism Trail, is still provided to first-year students.
Faculty and staff will attend the annual celebration of Black leadership, culture, and ideas.
Isa Luzarraga ’25 is interning this summer at The Kansas City Star through the Dow Jones News Fund’s internship program, and writing about her experience.
I was imagining dozens of austere cubicles, lukewarm cups of coffee and editors staring at me with incredulity when I started talking about covering Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour.
Riley said hiring another white male to host a prominent show is a missed opportunity.