Oddities/Special Cases

An Exclusive Interview With One of Emerson’s Premiere Makeup Artists

Being a person who doesn’t paint their face, I forget how much goes into women’s (or men’s) makeup– it’s easy to overlook those sorts of things when you aren’t paying attention. Turns out it’s hard. There’s a million little tools, products, and methods behind it, and a lot of patience required. But watching her, Cassia… Continue reading An Exclusive Interview With One of Emerson’s Premiere Makeup Artists

Editorial

A Guide To Getting Your EVVY Submissions Over With

So you’re thinking about submitting to the EVVYs. Good for you! Whether for your resume or your ego, the EVVYs are a great chance to get your hard work recognized. But first you need to get your application in. While the deadline is this upcoming Sunday, March 20th, that doesn’t mean you have to wait until the… Continue reading A Guide To Getting Your EVVY Submissions Over With

Comedy

Laughing’ With Lebow: An Interview with 1/3 of Emerson’s Latest All Lady Comedy Troup

Julia Lebow’s got her hands full. Classwork aside, she’s the head writer for Emerson Comedy Workshop, a staff writer for the Emerson late night show Closing Time, and now, as of this past Summer, she’s one third of the comedy troupe/show Live From The Rib of Adam: The Maggie, Magi, & Julia Show. The show, created… Continue reading Laughing’ With Lebow: An Interview with 1/3 of Emerson’s Latest All Lady Comedy Troup

Uncategorized

Phillip Jones Gets Weird And Wonderful With ECB’s Musical Odyssey

  Phillip Jones makes up one half of one of the most interesting shows on WECB, Emerson’s online radio station. The show is Music Odyssey, which Jones hosts alongside Tina Stafford. What’s so special about it, you ask? It’s kind of hard to explain. They begin by choosing a single musician or band, and write their own… Continue reading Phillip Jones Gets Weird And Wonderful With ECB’s Musical Odyssey

Photography/Video

Chauby, VMA ’17, Strives To Make Work That Stands Out

Despite being in his third year, Matthew Chauby shot his most recent film on a Bolex– the kind of inconvenient, past-its-prime film camera most students drop and run from the moment they get the chance. It’s a music video for a song by experimental glitch-hop rap duo Death Grips, titled “Death Grips (Next Grips).” As… Continue reading Chauby, VMA ’17, Strives To Make Work That Stands Out