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Over-crowded LB dining hall to be remodeled

The dining hall in the Little Building is scheduled to be completely renovated, said David Rosen, Emerson's vice president of public affairs.,For all the Emerson students who have lately…

SGA represented student interests this year

As the president of the Student Government Association, I would like a chance to respond to the piece regarding SGA in today's Beacon ("New rules, members slow SGA progress"). It concerns me…

Expand and improve Emerson#039;s Library

Our view: A good library is at the cornerstone of an academic institution With finals week coming up, many students will be hitting the books in a mad rush to digest as much information as…

Ta-ta, JuicyCampus! Hello, CollegeACB!

A huge blow was struck against gossip fiends on college campuses across the country. Last week, the popular Web site JuicyCampus.com, which students used to anonymously post their thoughts…

Professor sued school for tenure in 1970s

Emerson has had no tenured and promoted black male faculty members in its 129-year history, according to professors in the journalism department, the office of Academic Affairs and an…

Drug laws change in Netherlands

KASTEEL WELL, The Netherlands-Future Emerson travelers studying abroad at Kasteel Well might be disappointed to find their experience may not be as magical as they expected.The Netherlands…

Ceremony marks official opening of bookstore

Barnes Noble at Emerson College held an official grand opening Feb. 7 to celebrate the arrival of Emerson's first true bookstore. Students, faculty, administration and Barnes Noble…

Snelgrove snack priority was misleading

While the recent staff editorial and Kimberly Sanfeliz's article may lead readers to believe that the SGA chose snacks over the memory of Victoria Snelgrove, it could not be further from…