Volume 75, Number 2; Fall / Winter 2020
The Staying Power of the Liberal Arts
Liberal arts and interdisciplinary studies have long played a role at Emerson. That role has been strengthened with the establishment of the Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies at Emerson College.
How Do You Eat an Elephant? One Bite at a Time
Malia Lazu ’99 is a lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and co-creator of a series of community conversations called “The Inclusive Innovation Economy: Ideas + Actions.”
When Work Is (Not) a Drag
TV producer Randy Barbato ’82, who has won three Emmys for Outstanding Competition Program for RuPaul’s Drag Race, has made a career bringing LGBTQIA+ culture into the mainstream.
This Month’s Features
Expression checked in with Emersonians to see how they’re faring during COVID-19 and what the global pandemic has meant for them.
After five years as vice president of Emerson’s Office of the Arts, ArtsEmerson Artistic Director David Dower (left) will step down at the end of the year.
20 Questions With Lee Pelton
For this issue's 20 Questions, we sat down with Lee Pelton, the 12th President of Emerson College.
A collection of Emerson face coverings produced for the Fall 2020 semester.
A Letter From the President
Out of Many, One
This time last year, no one could have predicted that a microscopic novel virus would so profoundly change the communities and the world in which we live. For all of us, this will be a marker in time, the memory of which will last for generations to come.
The Voice of Students
In 1982, as then President Ronald Reagan proposed federal cutbacks to financial aid, Emerson students were among those who took to the streets to oppose the changes and make their voices heard.