Volume 76, Number 2; Fall 2021
Making (Air) Waves
Howard “D” Simpson ’94, general manager of WERS, reminisces about listening to 88.9 WERS long before he came to Emerson.
Breaking Down Walls, Amplifying Voices
Cheryl Buchanan, MFA ’15, and a number of Emersonians are expanding access to the literary arts for various communities in Boston.
Close Up | De Cerca
Juan Pablo Espinosa ’03 talks about his journey as an actor, from Performing Arts classes at Emerson to a successful Netflix series and more.
The Big, The Small, Everything in Between
Students submitted photos depicting their experiences and what was meaningful to them during the height of the pandemic.
A Letter From the President
Staying the Course
Bill Gilligan discusses Emerson's resiliency and strength and how he is staying the course as Interim President of the College.
Letter from the Editor
This issue, we made some changes to represent the creativity, the assertiveness, the independent spirit that is foundational to this place.
Back in Boston
Back in Boston
After more than a year of hybrid Flex Learning, Emerson students, faculty, and staff returned to Boston this fall.
The Business of Creative Enterprises program offers two degree programs with partner institutions around the world.
The Radical Potential of Libraries
Liz Cormack '13 discusses the critical role libraries play in our cities and in the functioning of the Boston community.
The Heart Has Reasons
The Heart Has Reasons, a poem by John Skoyles, professor emeritus of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College.
20 Questions with Jan Roberts-Breslin
For this issue's 20 Questions, we talked with Jan Roberts-Breslin, Emerson’s interim provost and vice president for academic affairs.