Writing, Literature, and Publishing (WLP) associate professor Jabari Asim, who is also an acclaimed author and poet, joined Globe culture writer Jeneé Osterheldt on Radio Boston to share insights on the legacy and impact of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison, who passed away earlier this week.
Visiting Murrow Program Journalists Discuss ‘Age of Disinformation, State of Journalism in Africa, and More
Emerson College recently welcomed a group of 22 international journalists as part of a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program and the WorldBoston organization.
There are so many reasons to choose Emerson College — a love for lions, a love for Boston, a love of our academic programs — and we look good in purple.
The hour leading up to graduation is full of waiting, behind the scenes checks, and lots of selfies.
Emerson College’s class of 2019 has two valedictorians — Carrie Cullen and Vendi Pavic.
Senior writer-in-residence Jon Papernick is a finalist in Massmouth’s 10th Anniversary Big Mouth Off.
Honors Program Students Delve into Opioid Addiction Imagery, Realismo Magico, Being Russian-American
A select group of Emerson College Honors Program seniors presented a diverse range of theses to their peers and teachers in a showcase on April 19.
Students at MCI-Concord will now have the opportunity to put those courses toward a bachelor of arts degree in Media, Literature and Culture, through Emerson College, which has become one of only a very few institutions in the state to award degrees to students in prison.
A record 305 nominations were submitted for this year’s Emerson College Teacher Awards, which were whittled down to three faculty members to receive the prestigious awards.
Recently, we proposed a simple question on Emerson College’s Facebook page: Who is, or was, your favorite professor and why?