Day in the Life of a Creative Writing MFA Student

If you’re considering grad school, you’ve likely asked yourself a dozen questions before even deciding whether or not to apply. And yet, even after narrowing down where you want to go and study, applying, and being accepted (congrats!), you probably … Continued

Five Careers for Writing & Publishing Grad Students

Grad school is a major investment in your future career and it’s much more specialized than your focus of study in undergrad, so it’s always a good idea to make sure your grad school plans align with your end-game career … Continued

Grad School During A Pandemic: How Students Navigate Online Learning

The past year has been nerve-wracking as our campus family has been embracing lion pride from afar. Despite the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to connect, collaborate, and generate ideas to fulfill our call to action in … Continued

Why Emerson is the right choice for Graduate School

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Interested in attending graduate school at Emerson College, but still not sure if it’s the right school for you? Let us explain why Emerson College is the right choice for Graduate School. Emerson is a melting pot of international and … Continued

Q&A with a Writing for Film & Television MFA Student

From her first day of grad school to her very last assignment, ’20 Writing for Film and Television MFA graduate and Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions, Haley Bresnahan, has successfully completed Emerson’s rigorous low-residency program. She’s given us the inside … Continued

Q&A with a Publishing & Writing MA Student

Whether you want to shape the prose of fresh voices as an editor, represent writers as a literary agent, or work with exciting online publications and new media formats, Emerson’s prestigious Publishing and Writing MA will help you succeed in this ever-vital, … Continued

Project Spotlight: Book Design

How do you go from crying tears over InDesign during your first week of class to voluntarily redesigning your book over Christmas break? Last semester I took Lisa Diercks’s Intro to Book Design class, and had two goals: Get through … Continued