Emerson in the News


  • Spencer Kimball

    Kimball weighs in on controversial Rolling Stone cover

    Communication Studies Scholar-in-Residence Spencer Kimball talked to New England Cable News about public outcry over Rolling Stone cover with Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

  • Phillips

    Phillips, MS ’76, reflects on Zimmerman verdict

    Alumna and Overseer Colette Phillips shares her view on the state of racial inequality in America today, following the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.

  • Lanson

    Lanson: Newsrooms lack diversity

    Associate Professor Jerry Lanson, of the Journalism Department, argues in the Huffington Post there is a lack of minorities in newsrooms.

  • Phillips

    Phillips, MS '76, on Chronicle

    Public relations specialist Colette Phillips, MS '76, an Emerson Overseer, was featured on Chronicle July 12 for her Get Konnected networking event.

  • Emerson seal

    Meyer '15 speaks on transgender issues

    Mal Meyer '15, vice president of Emerson's Alliance for Gays, Lesbians and Everyone, was quoted in USA Today about transgender issues at colleges and universities nationwide.

  • Magda Romanska

    Romanska's play widely reviewed

    The play Opheliamachine, written by Associate Professor Magda Romanska, received a slew of positive reviews from several Los Angeles media outlets.

  • evy chen

    Chen '11 brings iced tea to China

    Evy Chen '11, who won the 2010 Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship (E3) Exposition, was featured in the Boston Globe for her iced tea business venture.

  • Ross Lippman

    Sportscasters highlighted in Boston Globe

    The Boston Globe highlighted recent successes of student sports broadcasters, including Ross Lippman, who has been named the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America’s top collegiate sports broadcaster.

Pages

Event

Events Calendar

From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »