A brief history of Marlboro College

In the wake of Emerson College's recent plan to acquire Marlboro College in Vermont, The Beacon compiled the smaller college's relevant history to provide students in Boston with a brief look at the legacy of the $40 million institution.…

Suspect identified in Hollis homicide, WBZ reports

The WBZ Investigative Team at CBS Boston reported Monday that police identified a suspect in the death of 19-year-old Daniel Hollis, a sophomore who suffered severe brain injuries following an altercation in Brighton Saturday, Sept. 28.…

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172 Tremont opens with new collaborative student spaces

Emerson College’s new multipurpose building at 172 Tremont St. officially opened on Monday—the building was under construction, and the opening was delayed for most of spring 2019. Approximately 400 students attended the grand opening…

Straight Pride Parade Passing Emerson on Move-In Weekend

President Pelton released a statement on Wednesday, August 28. Read the most recent coverage here.  President M. Lee Pelton plans to release a statement in the following days ahead of the Boston Straight Pride Parade scheduled for…

Housing portal crashes on first day of suite selection

Students piled into the Office of Housing and Residence Life after a website malfunction caused the college to freeze the housing application on April 17. Vice President and Dean of Campus Life James Hoppe said the college closed the…