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  • Tim Riley

    Riley pens piece on drug culture for The Atlantic

    Assistant Professor of Journalism Tim Riley delves deep into the portrayal of today's drug culture in media compared to the idealism of the ’60s and historical anti-drug campaigns.

  • Chinese journalism students

    Chinese communication students visit Emerson

    30 Chinese communication students visited Emerson July 7-13, learning about of American press, marketing and social media. 

  • Gerzof Richard

    Gerzof interviewed on smartphone food pics

    David Gerzof Richard, part-time faculty member, was sourced in a Wall Street Journal article June 26 about smartphone pictures of restaurant food.

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    Boston Strong students donate $894K

    The Emerson students who created the highly successful Boston Strong T-shirts to raise money for victims of the Boston Marathon attacks capped their two-month campaign June 11 with a check to The One Fund for $893,940.

  • Boston Strong logo

    Boston Strong photo shoot to end campaign

    Boston Magazine reports Chris Dobens '16 and Nicholas Reynolds '14 will end their Boston Strong fundraising campaign with a photo shoot June 11.

  • Palmer

    Alumni launch Boston Strong music mix

    Two Emersonians have released the Boston Strong Music Project, a digital mix of original songs by local artists, including Amanda Palmer, to raise money for The One Fund.

  • faculty

    19 faculty in Inclusive Excellence fellowship

    Nineteen faculty members participated in the Inclusive Excellence Faculty Fellows program to develop methods to address issues of diversity that arise in educational settings.

  • Boston Strong

    Students coin 'Boston Strong,' raise $800k

    Chris Dobens '16 and Nicholas Reynolds '14 created the "Boston Strong" catchphrase and raised more than $800,000 for The One Fund within the first month of the Boston Marathon attacks.

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