Emerson in the News

  • Kimball weighs in on politics on NPR, interim senate pick on NECN

    Communication Studies Scholar-in-Residence and Republican strategist Spencer Kimball spoke to NPR about how changing demographics in the U.S. will affect future elections. 

  • Bowen '98, to win Commonwealth Award, host new show

    Emerson alumnus Jared Bowen was profiled about his latest achievements in the Natick Bulletin & Tab.

  • Emerson Engagement Lab featured in The Salem News

    “What’s the Point?,” a social-media based video game designed by Emerson College’s Engagement Lab, headed up by VMA Assistant Professor Eric Gordon, to help city planners gather feedback on Salem’s Point neighborhood, launched January 28, The Salem News reported yesterday.

  • Gianvito's film premieres in U.S., at MoMA

    Following international premieres in Japan, Switzerland, Canada, Brazil, Denmark, Portugal, Austria and Croatia, VMA Professor John Gianvito’s film Far From Afghanistan will premiere in the U.S. at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York at the Museum’s annual Documentary Fortnight, February 15 through March 4, 2013.

  • Freeman '14 featured on ABC News

    Visual and Media Arts student Alex Freeman was featured in an ABC News story about an ex-madam who runs a brothel for the disabled.

  • Grad students' documentary cited on The Huffington Post

    Hollow, an interactive documentary film created by Elaine McMillion, MFA ’13, and Jeff Soyk, MFA ’13, was recommended in a Huffington Post article as an alternative perspective of how rural West Virginians live.

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    McCauley featured in Boston Sunday Globe

    Performing Arts Professor Robbie McCauley was featured in the Boston Globe for her $50,000 fellowship awarded by United States Artists.

  • jabari asim emerson college

    Asim on NPR, discusses significance of Obama's second term

    Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jabari Asim spoke with NPR’s Steve Inskeep about the shift in how the President is viewed by voters after four years in the White House.



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