Emily Judem, WGBH

Emily Judem


Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

Navigating home: How the pandemic led a Cape Cod native to leave her New York dreams behind

Kelly O’Connell went to New York for college and never saw herself leaving the city. But the pandemic made her rethink everything in her life. She left her apartment and career behind to start over back home. → Read More

He made it to Broadway. Now a dancer’s back in school to help his industry rebuild.

Garen Scribner, who has performed on stages across the world, is preparing for a new role. During the pandemic, the dance career he had worked toward since childhood, essentially, stopped existing — at least in its previous form. → Read More

'I Don't Want This To Happen To Any Other Woman': An Early Experience Fuels Big Ambitions

Anne Laurie Pierre of Everett wants to become an obstetrician gynecologist to help close the documented racial disparity in health care. → Read More

Boston's Puerto Rican Veterans Memorial Vandalized

The memorial was damaged during a weekend dedicated to honoring service members. → Read More

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's Oldest Brother Dies Of Coronavirus

Donald Reed Herring died Tuesday at age 86. → Read More

Spend Two Minutes With A Teacher Trying To Educate The Educators

Kwame Sarfo-Mensah has witnessed the inequities facing teachers and students of color, the latter of which are often punished more harshly than their white counterparts. → Read More

Flooding, Melting And On Fire: 6 Stories That Show The Dramatic Impact Of Climate Change Now

Here are some of the biggest climate-related news events that have unfolded just in the month of August. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Barr Testifies In Front Of Senate Committee

Barr will answer questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday, amid reports that the special counsel was frustrated with the attorney general's handling of his report. → Read More

Spend Two Minutes With The Man Who Has Been At The Boston Marathon Finish Line For 23 Years

"It's not a place where you can let something slide, or let something go, or not do it 100 percent." → Read More

Rep. Neal: Request For Trump's Taxes 'Was Not Motivated By Malevolence'

The chair of the House Ways and Means Committee Wednesday formally requested the last six years of Trump’s tax returns in a letter to the IRS commissioner. → Read More

State Officials Warn Of Sporadic 911 Outages In Massachusetts

Officials are urging residents who cannot reach 911 to dial the 10-digit number of their local police or fire department. → Read More

Massachusetts Preps For Shutdown As Funding Deadline Looms

Though the House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that includes this funding, the deal is considered dead on arrival in the Senate. → Read More

Pressley Says She Will Support Pelosi For House Speaker

Pressley focused her statement of support for Pelosi on the California congresswoman's progressive record and her commitment to curbing gun violence. → Read More

Collins Will Vote To Confirm Kavanaugh

In a speech on floor of the Senate, the Maine Republican said there is not enough corroborating evidence to prove Kavanaugh assaulted Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. → Read More

Meet The Number One Red Sox Fan

Lynne Smith's fandom goes beyond the ordinary. → Read More

VIDEO: Meet The Number One Red Sox Fan

Lynne Smith's fandom goes beyond the ordinary. → Read More

What's At Stake In Massachusetts If Federal CHIP Funding Is Not Renewed

CHIP recipients in Massachusetts are more likely than those in some other states to retain their coverage, at least for now. But without the renewal of federal funds, the program's long-term future is far from certain. → Read More

Trump Signs Executive Order To Start Rolling Back Obamacare

The executive order allows individuals to buy a type of health insurance that costs less and does not comply with regulations put in place by the Affordable Care Act. → Read More

State Gun Laws: How New England Stacks Up

Regulating bump stocks is just a small piece of a larger picture. → Read More

VIDEO: What It Means To Be 'DACAmented'

Deyse Carvalho is one of approximately 800,000 DACA recipients in the U.S. She shares her story. → Read More