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School of Communication News


  • IMAGINE That: Tim Riley Presents John Lennon Biopic Nowhere Boy

    John Lennon would have been 70 this Saturday, October 9. It’s been 30 years since he was killed in New York City at the age of 40, but his prolific body of work still appeals to wide audiences today.

  • Brandon Penny '12, Brian Williams, Kayla Harrity'11

    WEBN Takes NYC and DC By Storm

    They’ve covered the Primetime Emmys and the Daytime Emmys, and now Emerson College Journalism students are making waves at the 31st Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards in New York City.

  • Ted Gup Walks The Walk

    Emerson Journalism Department chair and well-known investigative journalist Ted Gup talks about his teaching philosophy and goals for his journalism students.

  • capitol

    D.C. Program Gets Students Connected

    A new group of students is choosing to pursue a variety of internship opportunities in our nation’s capital.

  • Ilana Berzon, Elaine McMillion, Rheanna Bellomo

    Lending Their Voices, Honing Their Skills

    In a new program established by the Office of Communications and Marketing, Emerson students are writing press releases, covering news stories, producing videos, designing publications, and creating social media campaigns.

  • Peter Rojas with Emerson Students

    Peter Rojas Talks About More Than Just Gadgets

    What advice does Peter Rojas, the founder of some of the most popular and influential blogs on the Internet, have for Emerson students? Focus.

  • Nathan Firn

    Emerson Junior Scores Big with the National Association of Broadcasters

    One hundred twenty students across the United States entered last spring’s National Association of Broadcasters’ Freedom of Speech PSA contest. But only Nathan Firn ’12 came out on top.

  • Thomas Howard

    Laramie Residency Panel Discussion

    A distinguished panel gathered in the Bright Family Screening Room September 21 to discuss the struggle for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) rights and protections.

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