Beacon Podcast: Sidewalk Expansion

The college has a proposal to expand the section of Boylston Street sidewalk adjacent to campus. We sat down with Beacon assistant sports editor and reporter Anissa Gardizy to talk about how and why the college plans to do it.

Beacon Podcast: SGA Elections

The Student Government Association elections are this week. For the inaugural episode of our podcast, we sat down with Deputy Express Editor and former SGA reporter Chris Van Buskirk to explain what they mean for students and…

Staff union charges college with unfair labor charges

Emerson’s staff union filed unfair labor practice charges against the college this past March. Service Employees International Union 888 issued a press release announcing the charges on April 5. However, SEIU filed the complaints on…

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International students request more resources

Sophomore Yağmur Topçu’s improvisation class last year required her to speak spontaneously. But the words didn’t come naturally to her as a non-native English speaker. “The class is about impulses,” Topçu said. “But I can’t speak English…

Hourly staff feel unrecognized, underpaid

There are 16 thank you notes pinned to the bulletin board in Jaclyn Dentino’s office. The cards come from her supervisor, students, and from a school that attended Emerson Stage’s production of James and The Giant Peach. Dentino, the…

Large crane towers over Little Building

Suffolk Construction placed a 150-feet-tall tower crane on top of the Little Building construction site on Sunday as part of ongoing renovations. In an email, Director of Construction Management Michael Faia wrote the crane will…

Students and administrators meet for Colonial noise

Students and administrators discussed construction noise issues that have dogged the Colonial Building across two semesters at a forum on Thursday night. Colonial residents and administrators gathered for the community meeting on the…