November’s midterm elections had a shocking effect on the national level as the Democratic Party had not gained more seats in the House of Representatives since 1974 – and Emerson College alumni were major forces behind-the-scenes.
Associate Professor Tim Riley was a guest on WBUR’s On Point last week to talk about the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ White Album.
A recognized trailblazer in the communication field, Professor Richard West’s dedication to researching and writing about family communication is evident in his latest publication, The Routledge Handbook of Communication and Bullying – the first comprehensive book to address this topic.
For Emerson grad Dan Adams ’13, writing about Massachusetts’ now legal and emerging marijuana industry is much more than stoner puns.
Several students, faculty and staff found an Emerson College first-of-its-kind town hall forum on Nov. 27 to be very constructive and forward-thin
November 27 is #GivingTuesday. This animated video, created by alumna Laura Porat ’16, helps illustrate the ways your dollars can help Emersonians be a creative force.
Tribal dances and songs, a review of historical and current events, and a fall harvest meal, were all part of a Native American Cultures Celebration held at the Bill Bordy Theater on Friday, November 16.
As midterm election results poured in last Tuesday night, so did affirmation for Emerson College Polling. The student-staffed organization achieved statistical accuracy on every race polled during the 2018 election.
Last month, Reuther visited Emerson Professor Thomas Vogel’s marketing and communication graduate class, to speak to the creative power of LEGO Serious Play. The workshop focused on the book, Beyond Advertising: Creating Value Through All Touchpoints, and the LEGO Serious Play methodology to help students elicit core insights.
Communication Studies Chair Greg Payne takes a photo of School of Communication Dean Raul Reis and Assistant Dean Lu Ann Reeb at Monday, November 5’s Talk the Vote event with … Continue Reading Smile! You’re on the Radio