Emerson in the News


  • Shira Lazar

    Lazar’s new gig in Tubefilter

    Shira Lazar ’04, host of What’s Trending and recipient of Emerson’s 2014 Young Alumni Achievement Award, has been selected as West Coast contributor for The Daily Share, a televised Internet news and lifestyle segment.

  • Christian Bergren-Aragon

    Bergren-Aragon ’15 and Clark ’16 in USA Today College

    Students and Phi Alpha Tau brothers Alex Clark and Christian Bergren-Aragon talk to USA Today College about initiatives that go against Greek Life stereotypes.

  • Jessica Treadway

    Treadway novel in Boston Globe

    Writing Literature and Publishing Professor Jessica Treadway is featured in the Boston Globe for her new novel  “Lacy Eye.”

  • Bill Bordy

    Bill Bordy ’58 in Boston Globe and Boston Business Journal

    Alumnus Bill Bordy's $2.5 million gift to Emerson College Los Angeles was highlighted in the Boston Globe and Boston Business Journal.

  • Robbie McCauley

    McCauley highlighted in WBUR The Artery

    WBUR’s The Artery celebrates former Emerson Performing Arts professor Robbie McCauley and two other award-winning theater artists and teachers who are performing at the Sleeping Weazel Festival, “Badass.”

  • Olen Steinhauer

    Steinhauer ’99 book in New York Times

    The New York Times reveiws alumnus Olen Steinhauer's new book, All the Old Knives.

  • Michele Josue

    Josue ’01 featured in The Credits

    Alumna Michele Josue is featured in The Credits for her documentary Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine, who was beaten to death in a homophobic hate crime.

  • Marc Fields

    Fields quoted in Boston Globe

    Marc Fields, Visual and Media Arts associate professor and graduate program director, was quoted in a Boston Globe piece about fundraising and distribution challenges for documentary filmmakers.

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