When shots rang out in Lewiston, Maine on Oct. 25, journalists rushed to cover the aftermath.
Faculty Kristin Lieb spoke to AFP, a French global news agency, about better representation of women and gender fluid people nominated in prominent Grammy categories this year.
Professor Beena Sarwar is the founder of the independent media organization, Sapan News Network. Here is how she combines peace and activism into her journalism.
VMA faculty and filmmaker Mike Ryan is the co-producer, alongside Sophie Luo.
As an Emerson community, we lament the genocide of more than 6 million Jewish, Roma, Sinti, LGBTQ+, and disabled people whose lives were taken by Nazi persecution, and the scourges of anti-Semitism and fascism.
As the old guard of magazines fall, new media outlets continue to grow.
Students spoke with numerous Republican presidential candidates and political figures.
American Sign Language is its own language that provides tone and nuance.
Journalism professor Paul Mihailidis weighed in for a Stateline article examining media literacy education integration in public schools in the U.S.
Marketing Communication faculty and sociocultural anthropologist Carol Ferrara co-writes about the implications of the recent elimination of the state contract for the Averroes school in France, the largest Muslim school under agreement.