Jasper Yeo looks back on a classic film with a fresh coat of paint.
Holland Farkas, an Emerson junior, takes the internet by storm with her geeky blog.
"The best part of performing is interacting with the audience and seeing the words hit home."
Arts columnist Blake Campbell comes to the defense of the often criticized first-year writing classes.
2012 Emerson grad Allison Gillette highlights renewable energy alternative in documentary.
Jason Madanjian reviews columbinus, ArtsEmerson's premiere show for their fourth season.
Columnist Nina Corcoran gives you eight life lessons from Jack Black's School of Rock, still rocking a decade after debuting in theaters.
Ricky Downes III created Conservative Arts, a political satire television pilot that's part Colbert Report and part Spongebob Squarepants.
Senior Donnie Welch mixes social media with slam poetry down in New Orleans.
Writing longhand was not an arbitrary decision. For some time, I’ve been thinking critically about how much our age’s proliferation of technology has encumbered writers and readers.
The spring 2013 Gangsters in Concrete publication, funded by the Student Government Association and the writing, literature, and publishing department, oozes black and white memories; from childhood love to a spiraling depression over things that will never be.
The almost two-hour show featured four vignettes chronicling various married couples who stay in the same hotel room at different times of the year.
Longform improv is when performers improvise a series of short scenes often interrelated by story, characters, or themes. Swomo kept audiences laughing Friday night as they played out their story, complete with larger-than-life characters, such as a sassy swim coach and a Southern schoolboy who gets called a “scrimper” by his playground bullies.
Prior to arriving at Emerson, Lieb wrote for Billboard and Rolling Stone, and ran Newbury Comics Interactive. Lieb draws from her industry experience and her academic background to explain the lifecycle of today’s female pop star, including how queen bee Beyoncé fits into all of this.
From Up on Poppy Hill is a relaxed 1960s period drama about the life of Umi Matsuzaki (dubbed by Sarah Bolger), a girl living in Yokohama, and her relationship with fellow student and editor of the school newspaper Shun Kazama (Aton Yelchin).