School of Communication

School of Communication News


  • Espinoza

    White House is classroom for 2 students

    Two Emerson students are working at the White House this semester after landing internship at volunteer positions through Emerson's Washington, D.C., Program.

  • Hollywood sign

    5 things to know about Emerson Los Angeles

    The new Emerson College Los Angeles will open its doors in the heart of Hollywood to 130 Emerson students looking to enhance their education in the arts, entertainment, and communication fields. 

  • Kariuki

    British Embassy official visits Emerson

    James Kariuki, head of politics, economics and communications for the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., was at Emerson on November 18.

  • Tinker

    Mary Beth Tinker visits Emerson

    Student rights advocate Mary Beth Tinker visited Emerson November 14 to discuss her landmark Supreme Court case, Tinker v. Des Moines (1969), in which she won the right to wear a black armband protesting the Vietnam War in a public school.

  • Burgundy

    Emerson's keepin' it classy

    Emerson will name its School of Communication, for one day only, the "Ron Burgundy School of Communication" in honor of legendary anchorman Ron Burgundy.

  • Baehr

    Emerson mourns Karl Baehr

    The Emerson community is mourning the loss of Karl Baehr, senior executive-in-residence of the Marketing Communication Department, who died unexpectedly on November 13. He was 54 years old. A celebration of his life is scheduled for November 19 at Bordy Theater.

  • Kelly

    Arnold Worldwide exec talks advertising

    Fran Kelly, vice chairman of the Boston-based global advertising agency Arnold Worldwide, spoke to Emerson graduate students November 8, sharing insights into the advertising world.

  • OITNB Alex Vause

    Students recreate 'Orange' characters

    Emerson student creativity got the approving nod of actor Laverne Cox via Twitter, after the students' exceptional recreation of an Orange is the New Black publicity poster.

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