Emerson College Today

  • Rich West talks about his research on gay and lesbian parents

    Professor’s Research Aims to Give Voice to Same-Sex Parents

    Communication Studies Professor Rich West’s research has been pushing the boundaries of the understanding of same-sex parents and their place in society. He spoke at Emerson College on Wednesday, October 26, as part of the second Research Colloquium Series for the Fall 2016 semester.

  • Melinda Lopez

    Lopez’s Mala a Journey Both Personal and Universal

    Mala, the story of a woman trying to be a good daughter at the end of her mother’s life, has its seeds in little notes tapped out in playwright Melinda Lopez’s smart phone as she was caring for her dying mother.

  • Bonnie Comley MA '94

    Tony-Winning Producer Talks Business of Broadway

    Broadway producer and three-time Tony Award winner Bonnie Comley, MA ’94, spoke to a group of Emerson College students on Tuesday about how to break into the theater business, what goes into the production of a Broadway musical, and what a production credit means.

  • Sleep Tight

    Emerson Alumni and Interns Offer "Ride with the Devil"

    The timing seems hardly a coincidence, but the creatives behind new horror-themed web series Sleep Tight have posted a new set of episodes a few days before Halloween. And several genre-loving Emersonians are responsible for creating this horror anthology series for AwesomenessTV. 

  • President's Breakfast Family Weekend

    Students, Parents Reconnect over Family Weekend

    The Office of Student Life hosted more than 450 families and over 1,700 participants at Emerson College’s annual Family Weekend October 21-23.

  • Tim Neverett '88

    ‘Never Say Never’ Says Red Sox Announcer Neverett

    Sportscaster Tim Neverett ’88 returned to Emerson College Monday to tell his story and encourage students to keep plugging away at their dreams. 

  • John Wentworth Distinguished Alumni Lecture

    Distinguished Alumnus on the Myth of “Too Much TV” and Modern Marketing Challenges

    There can never be “too much TV” out there, but it has gotten harder to get through to potential audiences about individual shows, television publicist John Wentworth ’81 told a group of Emerson College students, faculty, and staff on Monday, October 24.

  • comedy and politics panel

    What’s So Funny About the 2016 Election? Panel Explores Comedy and Politics

    A handful of academics, a political strategist, a cartoonist, and a Donald Trump impersonator walk into the Bordy Theater… “Comedy and the 2016 Election,” held Friday, October 21, and sponsored by the School of the Arts and the Center for Comedic Arts, looked at the impact of humor on the campaign season, and vice versa.


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