Department of Journalism

Department of Journalism News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news for the Department of Journalism. For College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Pelton

    State of the College

    Emerson President Lee Pelton released his annual State of the College address to the Emerson community on October 31.

  • Grossman

    Grossman '70 talks digital marketing

    Crime thriller author Gary Grossman '70 spoke to Emerson students and faculty about the importance of authors and writers to market themselves in the digital world. Grossman, an Emerson Trustee, is a former producer a long list of television networks. 

  • Family Weekend 2013

    Highlights from Family Weekend 2013

    Parents got a slice of Emerson this past weekend, October 18-20, during the College’s annual Family Weekend. Families attended mini-college sessions, workshops, a Talent Showcase, and the President’s Breakfast.

  • AIDS Walk LA

    Emerson Los Angeles raises $2k for AIDS Project

    Students, staff, and alumni represented Emerson College Los Angeles in the 29th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles on October 13.

  • Tempera

    Student journalists cover federal shutdown

    A group of Journalism Department students has advanced news coverage of the federal government shutdown by producing original stories for Boston.com.

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