Taylor McMahon ’16 created Arts for Alz to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
Senior Executive-in-Residence, assistant dean, and Director of Business and Entrepreneurial Studies Lu Ann Reeb discusses the E3 Entrepreneurship program, which is a yearlong program that culminates in its pitch competition, where each student showcases their new business idea.
We wanted to know what Lions have held on to, so in an Emerson Mafia Facebook post, the question was posed: What branded keepsakes do you have from your time at Emerson?
Marketing Communication assistant professor and cultural anthropologist Carol Ferrara was a featured guest on a nightly show for France24.
Galen Odell ‘21 is bridging the airwaves between the world of baseball and American military personnel through his production of the American Valor Podcast under the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation.
In a wide-ranging interview and Q&A, Gunn gave some advice to Emersonians on how to fashion a career and a life based on integrity and empathy.
Hanna Hill provided Super Bowl coverage from her hometown.
Broadcast news reporter Temi Adeleye MA’17 admits she’s put herself in harm’s way for the pursuit of stories. For example, last fall she covered a heated confrontation—without colleagues—between Sons of Confederate Soldiers and Black Lives Matter supporters.
Journalism affiliated faculty Beena Sarwar and James McManus co-wrote an op-ed for India’s The Wire, calling for the restoration of freedom of the press in the Biden-era presidency.
Politicians are able to spread their own talking points through social media.