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Students and professional journalists alike are trying to understand how to do their jobs when the old model—objectivity as currency and contract—no longer exists. That discussion will be opened up to the public on Wednesday, March 29, when the School of Communication hosts “Fake News and Alternative Facts: The Role of Universities, Journalism, and Political Communication in Preserving Democracy.”
For the third year in a row, the Emerson College Greene Beans took home the gold from the U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) Tech Olympics, held March 10 in St. Louis.
Newly appointed Supreme Judicial Court Justice Elspeth Cypher ‘80, talked to Emerson students about her time at the College, the challenges of law school, and about the importance of facts in communications and in life.
Tom Rogers sat down with the Emerson community this week to talk about the current state of television and Internet content, interactive sports media, and the lessons that he had learned throughout his years as a top of executive of a number of cable stations and federal communications lawyer.
With arts funding under attack in President Trump’s draft budget released last week, Emerson’s Elma Lewis Center for Civic Engagement, Learning, and Research and ArtsEmerson are teaming up with MASSCreative to rally support for the arts and make their case to local lawmakers.
Mon, March 27, 2017 4:00pm
Join Holly Mandel as she explains and explores the origins and implications of "the Good Girl," and most importantly, what it means to let go of her and be an authentic, dynamic performer and leader.
Tue, March 28, 2017 7:00pm
Bright Lights Film Series presents two back-to-back films by alumnus director Alex Lehmann '04, who will discuss the films after each screening.
Wed, March 29, 2017 7:00pm
Join the School of Communication for "Fake News and Alternative Facts: The Role of Universities, Journalism, and Political Communication in Preserving Democracy," an important event around issues of media ethics, journalistic responsibility, and civility in political discourse.
Thu, March 30, 2017 4:00pm
How can theater be used as a means toward social change? Engage with Israeli Stage playwright-in-residence Joshua Sobol as he lectures on theater as a form of resistance to oppression.
Thu, March 30, 2017 6:00pm
Students, colleagues, and fellow poets will pay tribute to Bill Knott, who taught at Emerson for 25 years, by remembering his life and work.