Film columnist Jasper Yeo analyzes animation great Hayao Miyazaki's last film.
Marketing communications professor Paul Mihailidis brings media doc to campus.
Colorism, an art exhibit, is just one of the events EBONI is hosting for African-American Heritage Month at Emerson.
WECB offers three diverse radio programs. The hosts hope to introduce listeners to different kinds of music from different countries.
Columnist Blake Campbell remembers poet Sylvia Plath, her work, and her legacy.
An exclusive interview with Jillian DeFrehn, Emerson grad and co-producer of the new film Vampire Academy.
"Our goal is to highlight stuff that’s never been seen. Something that’s never been nominated for an Oscar."
Emerson Stage's new production presents interesting challenges to both the director and the actors.
Music columnist Nina Corcoran talks about musical acts that use a disguise to hide their appearance, allowing the music to speak for itself.
Arts Editor Jason Madanjian has an exclusive Q&A with stand-up comedian Iliza Shlesinger.
ArtsEmerson's show gathers a positive response for its inventive use of technology in theater.
ReelAbilities kicks off it's third annual film festival Jan. 30 at Emerson College.
Andrew Ladd, an MFA grad from '09, returned to Emerson to debut his first novel, What Ends.
Spencer Cold, a freshman at Emerson College, is a co-founder of a proposed website with a multimedia streaming service.
Jasper Yeo reviews 2014 Oscar Best Documentary nominee The Act of Killing, now available for streaming on Netflix.