College delays registration following server crash

The registrar’s office shut down class registration for students with 92 or more credits Monday due to a technical issue, according to a college official. Registrar John Pestana said the college pushed back registration for students with…

Increase in freshman population floods mailroom

Sophomore Batya Conn returned in August to her job in the college's mailroom to hundreds of packages. Conn said the mailroom has to accommodate for 800 more students' packages with the opening of Little Building and the addition of…

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Students demonstrate support for Hong Kong

Editor’s Note: Frances Hui serves as The Beacon’s assistant opinion editor for the fall 2019 semester. Seniors Frances Hui and Katerina Au stood outside the Dining Hall on Tuesday with posters raising awareness for the Hong Kong…

Sidewalk expansion construction to begin Wednesday

Construction for the sidewalk expansion will begin on Sept. 25, according to an email sent to the community on Friday. According to the email, the college plans to widen the sidewalk from the corner of Boylston and Tremont streets to the…

Community members commemorate 9/11 terrorist attacks

When he was two years old, sophomore Vaughn Coleman lost his father and uncle in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001—an event he remembers every year. “We’ll never forget because I think about my dad and uncle every…

No immediate changes to come from Title IX working group

The working group assembled by President M. Lee Pelton to review the college’s Title IX procedures will not be making any concrete policy changes, according to a member of the committee. Co-chair and Associate Professor of Visual and…