Emerson in the News

  • Alumna headed to Super Bowl

    Emerson graduate Cassidy Quinn Brettler won a national contest from Motorola to report behind the scenes at this year’s Super Bowl.

  • India Abroad features Tulasi Srinivas

    The country's largest ethnic Indian-American newspaper India Abroad recently featured Emerson Assistant Professor of Anthropology Tulasi Srinivas.

  • NY Times: Brill is the "comedy gatekeeper"

    The New York Times recently profiled Eddie Brill ’80, a comedian whose many gigs include booking comics and warming up the in-studio audience for the Late Show with David Letterman.

  • McCauley and Shea highlighted in Globe for "Sugar"

    Performing Arts faculty member Robbie McCauley’s new one-woman show, “Sugar,” which is also directed by faculty member Maureen Shea, was featured in the Boston Globe. 

  • Orchard named a Bostonian of the Year

    Executive Director of ArtsEmerson, Rob Orchard, was recently recognized as one of a handful of people named “Bostonians of the Year” by the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine.

  • Alumna snags lead in new Broadway musical

    Jessica Phillips has been cast in a starring role for Leap of Faith’s Broadway launch.

  • Alumna profiled on a Forbes.com

    Alumna Shira Lazar ’04 was recently profiled on a Forbes.com blog about female leaders called “More Seats.”

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    Kasteel Well is top study abroad program

    Emerson’s Kasteel Well program in Well, The Netherlands was named the Best Study Abroad Program for college students by Abroad101.com a study abroad resource website, and by the Huffington Post.



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