Emerson in the News


  • Richard West

    West analyzes candidates' communication styles

    Professor of Communication Studies Richard West spoke with WBZ’s Drew Moholland during the news station’s WaterCooler segment on September 22 about nonverbal communication at political debates.

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    The Commons called "revolutionary" in American Theatre

    The article details the center’s history and how it found a home in the Office of the Arts, alongside ArtsEmerson, within an academic setting.

  • Emerson College Quidditch

    Boston Globe recognizes Emerson's energy

    Following up on the recent Quidditch chatter, the Boston Globe stepped back and looked at the vitality Emerson College brings to the southeastern corner of Boston Common, an area that was once in disarray. 

  • President Pelton

    President Pelton outlines his vision

    The Boston Globe published a story on President Pelton’s inauguration, outlining his vision to establish Emerson College as the world’s leading institution of higher education in the arts and communication.

  • Tom Werner

    Tom Werner's visit to Emerson College

    TV producer and co-chair of the Red Sox Tom Werner paid a visit to Emerson that made the Names Blog of the Boston Globe. 

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    ArtsEmerson named best theater in Boston

    Boston magazine named ArtsEmerson the Best Theater in Boston, recognizing the organization’s artistic reach beyond Boston. 

  • Author of Cascade Maryanne O'Hara

    Alumna O'Hara debuts novel

    Former Ploughshares fiction editor Maryanne O’Hara (MFA ’95) was profiled in the Boston Globe in conjunction with the publication of her debut novel, Cascade. 

  • Photo of Master Harold” . . .and the Boys

    Ambush directs "Master Harold"

    Performing Arts Senior Distinguished Producing Director-in-Residence Benny Sato Ambush was cited in the Boston Globe’s stage review of the Gloucester Stage Company’s production of Athol Fugard’s “Master Harold” . . .and the Boys.

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