Emerson in the News

  • Yasser Munif

    Munif Interviewed about Syrian Revolution on "Democracy Now!"

    Yasser Munif, assistant professor of sociology and politics in the Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies, was on Democracy Now! last week to talk about how Syrians are working at the local level to keep society functioning and the 2011 uprising alive. 

  • Lee Pelton, Alice Sebold, Juan Gonzalez, Danielle Legros Georges

    Commencement covered in Boston Globe

    The Boston Globe Names section highlighted Emerson’s 2016 Commencement, including a photo of President Pelton with this year’s honorees and speakers.

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    Albright ’16 and Keyes ’17 nominated for BAFTA Award

    VMA students Dan Albright and Andy Keyes have been nominated for a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) Student Film Award for their documentary film A Living Wage.

  • Andrea Martin

    Martin nominated for Tony

    Andrea Martin ’69 (SCTV, My Big Fat Greek Wedding) is among those nominated for a 2016 Tony Award.

  • Dan Black

    Black Named Power Attorney by Two Industry Pubs

    Emerson College Trustee Dan Black has been named one of the most powerful media lawyers of 2016 by both The Hollywood Reporter and Variety.

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    Emerson Launch in Improper Bostonian

    Emerson Launch is featured in Improper Bostonian’s Innovation section. The piece highlights the program’s origins, featured offerings, and current entrepreneurial student participants. Emerson Launch was one of only three entrepreneurial programs highlighted in the piece, titled “Big Ideas 101.”

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    ArtsEmerson’s 2016–2017 covered in Boston Globe

    ArtsEmerson has announced its 2016-2017 season. As covered in the Boston Globe, the lineup even includes a summer production.  Presented by returning acrobatic artists from Montreal, Les 7 Doigts, Cuisine & Confessions will show July 12–August 7 at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.

  • Owen Eagan

    IB Times Highlights Eagan Study on Box Office Takes and Reviews

    The IB Times published a study done by Emerson College Executive-in-Residence Owen Eagan that showed that despite the industry focus on opening weekends, films that do better at the box office in the fourth week of release are better received by audiences and critics than films that have giant releases.


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