Emerson in the News

  • Frain ’07, MFA ’12, pens piece in Educause Review

    Director of Networking and Telecommunications Frankie Frain’s piece on the Emerson IT Department’s use of the web-based software platform Slack for internal communications was published by higher education technology publication Educause Review.

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    Bright Lights featured in Boston Globe

    The Boston Globe on September 9 covered the premiere of Emerson College’s Bright Lights Film Series, which is hosted by the Visual and Media Arts Department.

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    Campbell '15 wins award, reports Poetry.org

    Blake Campbell ’15 recently won the Aliki Perroti and Seth Frank Most Promising Young Poet Award from the Academy of American Poets.

  • Jack Lepiarz ’10

    Lepiarz ’10 will attempt Guinness record

    Jack Lepiarz ’10 was featured in the Boston Globe on September 8 for his upcoming circus-like performance at King Richard’s Faire in which he will attempt to break the Guinness world record for bullwhip cracks.

  • John Craig Freeman

    Freeman's augmented reality on Science Friday

    Professor John Craig Freeman of Visual and Media Arts was featured August 21 on Science Friday, a website and online radio show, about his innovative augmented reality project at Emerson College Los Angeles in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

  • Vincent Raynauld

    Raynauld on CBC Radio on family history in elections

    Vincent Raynauld, assistant professor in Communication Studies, participated in an August 19 discussion on CBC Radio in Canada about the history of politicians mentioning their family histories in their campaigns.

  • Denis Leary

    Leary ’79 cover story, Improper Bostonian

    Actor, writer, and comedian Denis Leary is featured on the cover of Improper Bostonian. He talks about his new show; his time at Emerson; and his 88-year-old mother, who he credits as the funniest person he knows and from whom he gets his “smart-ass, brazen personality.”

  • Tripp Clemens

    Clemens ’13, Lazu ’99 future predictions in Improper Bostonian

    Recent graduate and co-founder of the Emerson Accelerator program Tripp Clemens and alumna and founder of Future Boston Alliance Malia Lazu were asked for their expert opinions on Boston-area innovators to watch and predictions for life in 2030.



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