Emerson in the News


  • Marc Fields

    Fields quoted in Boston Globe

    Marc Fields, Visual and Media Arts associate professor and graduate program director, was quoted in a Boston Globe piece about fundraising and distribution challenges for documentary filmmakers.

  • Miranda Banks

    Banks in LA Review of Books

    The LA Review of Books features an excerpt of Visual and Media Arts Assistant Professor Miranda Banks’s new book, The Writers: A History of American Screenwriters and Their Guild.

  • Bill Bordy

    Bill Bordy ’58 in Boston Globe and Boston Business Journal

    Alumnus Bill Bordy's $2.5 million gift to Emerson College Los Angeles was highlighted in the Boston Globe and Boston Business Journal.

  • Donald Hurwitz

    Hurwitz quoted in Boston Globe’s BetaBoston

    In the BetaBoston article, Marketing Communication Associate Professor and Interim Chair Donald Hurwitz claims that it is imperative for Hill Holliday to appeal to a younger audience. 

  • Willie Burnley Jr.

    Burnley’s Voices: "50 Shades: of Boycott" featured in USA Today College

    USA Today College features student Willie Burnley Jr.’s piece “Voices: ‘50 Shades’ of Boycott,” which discusses activist boycotts of the film 50 Shades of Grey and the reactions to such campaigns. 

  • Reelabilities

    Reelabilities film festival featured in Globe

    The Boston Globe highlights the Reelabilities: Boston Disabilities Film Festival, which kicks off at Emerson’s Paramount Center on February 23, with the screening of Little World, a documentary about a 19-year-old cancer survivor who travels the world in his wheelchair.

  • Richard LaGravanese

    LaGravenese Q&A featured on RogerEbert.com

    RogerEbert.com recently posted an article about alumnus and Academy Award nominee Richard LaGravenese’s fifth directorial narrative feature, The Last 5 Years.

  • Simpson

    Simpson, ex-ABC anchor, comments on Williams scandal

    Carole Simpson, Journalism faculty member and former weekend anchor of ABC World News Tonight, is continuing to provide commentary on the scandal involving NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams allegedly lying about his experience in Iraq.

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