Emerson in the News


  • Marshall comments on Why Teach?

    WLP Associate Professor and acclaimed author Megan Marshall spoke with Inside Higher Ed about Why Teach? a new book by Mark Edmundson.    

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    Gerzof Richard on FOX25 about Linkedin initiative

    Marketing Communication faculty member David Gerzof Richard talks to FOX25 about the value of Linkedin’s new "university pages" geared toward teenagers exploring which college or university is right for them.    

  • Life talks to Boston Globe about new play

    Distinguished-Director-in-Residence Theodore “Regge” Life is directing a new play that will be staged in a barbershop in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Each performance can accommodate 50 audience members.

  • Steve Yarbrough

    Yarbrough’s new book review in Boston Globe

    Writing, Literature and Publishing Professor Steve Yarbrough’s new book, The Realm of Last Chances, follows the lives of suburban couple Kristen and Cal.

  • Tim Riley

    Riley pens piece on drug culture for The Atlantic

    Assistant Professor of Journalism Tim Riley delves deep into the portrayal of today's drug culture in media compared to the idealism of the ’60s and historical anti-drug campaigns.

  • Eric Gordon

    Engagement Game Lab featured in Boston Globe

    Led by Associate Professor Eric Gordon, Emerson’s Engagement Media Lab (EGL) is recognized for its unique use of gaming to promote change, raise awareness, and encourage community engagement.

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    HowlRound’s Culture Coin on fastcompany.com

    Based at the College, HowlRound, a think tank for the arts, has developed a way to recognize and reward underpaid artists that doesn’t involve traditional currency.  

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    Emerson ranked #1 LGBT college

    Emerson was ranked the #1 most LGBT-friendly college in the nation for the second year in a row.

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