Emerson in the News


  • Banks featured in KCRW

    Miranda Banks, assistant professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department, is highlighted on KCRW for her book The Writers: A History of American Screenwriters and Their Guild.  

  • Douglas Quintal

    Quintal and Emerson students in Boston Globe

    Emerson students are competing in an annual advertising event run by the American Advertising Federation and led by their faculty advisor, Douglas Quintal, Senior Executive-in-Residence in the Marketing Communication Department.

  • Gary Grossman

    Grossman highlighted on Coast to Coast AM

    Alumnus and Trustee Gary Grossman ’70 has been acknowledged for his new book, Old Earth.

  • David Richard Gerzof

    Gerzof quoted in the Boston Globe

    Part-time Marketing Communication faculty David Richard Gerzof was quoted in the Boston Globe on Governors Baker’s choice of Meerkat to broadcast a press conference.

  • Ploughshares recognized in Boston Magazine

    Boston Magazine interviews Ellen Duffer, the managing editor of Ploughshares, the literary magazine based out of Emerson College. 

  • Guy Ben-Aharon

    Ben-Aharon '12 featured in the Boston Globe

    Alumnus and Founder of Israeli Stage Guy Ben-Aharon talks about Ulysses on Bottles, a drama about an Israeli Arab in violation of the Israeli government’s travel and trade restrictions. 

  • Norman Lear

    Lear ’44 OpEd featured in the New York Times

    Alumnus Norman Lear's OpEd in the New York Times addresses changes in PBS programming that could "devastate independent documentary filmmaking."

  • Asim on Angelou postal stamp in Washington Post

    Jabari Asim, associate professor in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, was first to question the release of a U.S. Postal Service stamp this week that purportedly quoted Maya Angelou. It turns out the quote was actually created by another author.

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