Alumnus Jonathan Graziano ’13 and his TikTok star pug, Noodle, were featured on NPR and in the Boston Globe for Noodle’s miraculous ability to tell his millions of followers whether or not they should have gotten out of bed on a given morning.
Innovation for Impact, a unique winter session course team taught by Gunn and Sharon Topper, is a master class in taking an idea and making it a reality.
Marketing Communication graduate program director and Senior Executive-in-Residence Brenna McCormick shared her insights on building brands in an article that highlights the successes of Togolese college student Hogoe Elimiera Ivana Kpessou’s HK brand, and emerging Black designers Brandon Blackwood and Telfar Clemens.
Marketing Communication associate professor Kristin Lieb recently joined BYUradio’s “Top of Mind” program to share her insights and research on female pop stars and how social media is now contributing to emotional stripping, as opposed to stripping of clothing.
Marketing Communication associate professor Kristin Lieb writes for the academic news site The Conversation about pop stars and the shift from shedding clothes to sharing inner turmoil and trauma, citing the works of Billie Eilish and Demi Lovato, among others.
The Emerson Mafia Presents Spotify playlist includes musicians from the last several decades.
Were you not able to attend Emerson Week? Don’t worry — a lot of the events are now available online anytime you want to watch.
Emerson Today reached out to graduating seniors from across the College and asked them the same seven questions. This is Part 2:
ARK topped the field of 18 ventures, created by 19 students in the E3 minor
It’s time for Emerson’s E3 cohort to make a panel of judges as excited about their ventures as they are.