Emerson in the News


  • Bianca de la Garza '97

    'Bianca' picked up in major TV markets

    Bianca de la Garza ’97 has received media attention in recent days now that her late-night talk show, Bianca, has been picked up by television stations in several major U.S. markets.

  • Jabari Asim

    Asim comments on Obama 'N-word' use

    Associate Professor Jabari Asim, who is editor-in-chief of the NAACP’s magazine, Crisis, commented for CNN and the Wall Street Journal on President Barack Obama’s use of the “N-word” racial slur during a discussion on race with podcaster Marc Maron this week.

  • Emerson seal

    Treffeisen ’15 has story in Globe Magazine

    An article about the intricate process of guiding massive ships through Boston Harbor by recent Journalism Department graduate Beth Treffeisen ’15 was published June 11 in Boston Globe Magazine.

  • Rodriguez, Cindy

    Rodriguez comments for Globe on new Spanish newscast

    Cindy Rodriguez, senior journalist-in-residence in the Journalism Department, was quoted in a June 11 Boston Globe article about Telemundo Boston launching a Spanish television newscast this summer.

  • Greg Payne

    Payne, students at GlobCom 2015

    Communication Studies Department Chair Greg Payne and five Emerson students traveled to Borneo, Malaysia, for the 2015 Global Communication Project. Two Emerson students were on the top two winning teams in the final competition.

  • Iliza Shlesinger

    Shlesinger ’05 announcement in Hollywood Reporter

    Alumna Iliza Shlesinger will host Separation Anxiety, a new TBS relationship game show that will launch in late 2015.

  • Cooper interviewed by Chicago media

    Visual and Media Arts Professor Tom Cooper was featured in “How My Media Diet Is Killing Me,” a recent article in the Chicago Tribune.

  • Claire Andrade-Watkins

    Andrade-Watkins in Providence Journal

    Associate Professor for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies Claire Andrade-Watkins was interviewed for a special two-part series on race relations in the Providence Journal.

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