Emerson in the News

  • Iliza Shlesinger

    Shlesinger ’05 announcement in Hollywood Reporter

    Alumna Iliza Shlesinger will host Separation Anxiety, a new TBS relationship game show that will launch in late 2015.

  • Danielle Legros Georges

    Legros Georges '86 featured in Boston Globe

    Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges talks to the Boston Globe about moving to Mattapan from Haiti as a young girl and how she was exposed to the arts at an early age through the Haitian community in Boston as well as her own family.

  • Megan Marshall

    Marshall comments on pianist Evans for WSJ

    Megan Marshall, Charles Wesley Emerson Professor in the Writing, Literature and Publishing Department, appeared in the May 26 Wall Street Journal to offer a guest opinion on the work of pianist Bill Evans.

  • Miranda Banks

    Banks comments on Marilyn Monroe for USA Today

    Miranda Banks, assistant professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department, is quoted in a May 27 USA Today article examining why Marilyn Monroe remains a favorite subject of film biopics, with at least a half-dozen films made since the mid-1990s.

  • Feil

    Feil comments to NY Times on quake film

    Ken Feil, senior scholar-in-residence in the Visual and Media Arts Department, is quoted in a May 26 New York Times article about the release of a new film about a massive earthquake that wreaks havoc in California.

  • Montillo has Betty Robinson book optioned

    Faculty member Roseanne Montillo has written another book that may be optioned for a movie, according to the Boston Globe and the Hollywood Reporter.

  • Tolani and the E3 Expo highlighted in Beta Boston

    Marketing Communications major Manisha Tolani '16 took first place at Emerson's 10th Annual E3 Expo for her project, HerLaunch.

  • Carole Simpson

    Carole Simpson on CNN's Reliable Sources

    Former ABC News anchor Carole Simpson, senior leader-in-residence in Emerson’s Journalism Department, appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources on May 3 to talk about Brian Williams, the NBC Nightly News anchor who is in the midst of a six-month suspension for exaggerating or fabricating stories.


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