Mobile phones and social media are useful in mobilizing action, but it’s not ultimately what changes lives.
Please meet a sampling of students kind enough to speak to an Emerson Today reporter randomly interrupting their conversations.
Meet Emerson’s newest faculty members
Together they bring decades of experience in public relations/communications, personal finance education, marketing, and broadcast news to the board.
Riley Reviews Playing with Fire: The Story of Maria Yudina, Pianist in Stalin’s Russia: LA Review of Books
Journalism associate professor and graduate program director Tim Riley reviewed Elizabeth Wilson’s new work Playing with Fire: The Story of Maria Yudina, Pianist in Stalin’s Russia, which examines the life and legacy of the talented pianist.
There is less editorial oversight about which images reach the most eyeballs – even in professional newsrooms.
He learned whip cracking as a child, growing up in the circus
Sam DeCoste ’22 accepted a National Student Production Award on behalf of the student-run sports talk show, The Box Score, which he hosts and co-produces.
The scholarship awards $1,500 to a student journalist whose essay lends insight into the life, death, and legacy of Vincent Chin, and its relevance to today, according to the AAJA.
Journalism associate professor, graduate program director, and music critic Tim Riley contributed to a W Magazine piece that examines the fashion and style of male rock stars today versus historically. What changed, if anything?