Emerson in the News


  • Ken Feil

    Feil discusses co-mingling co-stars, Boston Globe

    Ken Feil, senior scholar-in-residence in the department of Visual & Media Arts, spoke to the Boston Globe about how audiences wish characters on TV would be couples in real life.

  • Kasteel Well

    The Castle featured in the Washington Post

    Emerson parent and journalist Tracy Grant pens a piece on how her son Andrew Grant ’18 was accepted to the study abroad program in the Netherlands, at the College’s 13th century-castle and the excitement it brought not just to her son, but to her as well.

  • Norman Lear

    Lear ’44 and Herzog ‘81 in Variety

    Alumni Norman Lear and Doug Herzog were honored with the National Association of Television Program Executive’s (NATPE’s) 13th annual Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards, held at Miami’s Fontainebleau Hotel. The event and award honorees were featured in Variety.

  • Ed Madison

    Madison ’79 on journalism, Media Shift

    Alumnus Ed Madison, currently serving as an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Oregon, was interviewed by Media Shift about the challenges of community engagement in journalism.

  • Jabari Asim

    Asim Interviewed by the Washington Post

    Jabari Asim, Writing, Literature and Publishing associate professor and graduate program director of Creative Writing, spoke to the Washington Post about the latest backlash against the children’s book A Birthday Cake for George Washington.

  • Paraschos Speaks to BBC News

    Manny Paraschos, professor in the Journalism Department, spoke to BBC News about actor Sean Penn’s interview with Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman in Rolling Stone magazine.

  • Tim Riley

    Riley Remembers David Bowie on NPR

    Assistant Professor in Journalism Tim Riley was interviewed on Boston’s NPR News Station (WBUR) show On Point with Tom Ashbrook.

  • Wyatt Oswald

    Oswald talks trees on NH Public Radio

    Associate Professor in the Institute for Liberal Arts Wyatt Oswald was interviewed by New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) on tree migration in New Hampshire.

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