The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, September 26, 2017


The Beacon Beat: February 13, 2014

On this week's Beacon Beat: The college's upcoming indoor garden project, WECB's multicultural shows, and a look at bros at Emerson.


The Beacon Beat: February 6, 2014

On this week's Beacon Beat: Students forcibly kissed on the Common, a revitalized film club at Emerson, and music production opportunities on campus.


The Beacon Beat: January 30, 2014

On this week's Beacon Beat: A new civil rights commemoration at Emerson, an op-ed about the privilege of telling your own story, a freshman’s planned media streaming company, Swomo’s first show of the semester, and a feature about Boston’s new smoking ban at public parks.


The Beacon Beat: January 23, 2014

On this week's Beacon Beat:A memorial for the late professor Karl Baehr, an op-ed about the stigmatization of mental illness, how on-campus comedy troupes are preparing for a national festival, and ArtsEmerson’s new show, We are proud to present a presentation.


The Beacon Beat: January 16, 2014

On this week's Beacon Beat: The new Los Angeles center, an op-ed about Beyoncé and feminism, a film major’s drag queen persona, a student who organizes open mic nights outside of the Emerson comedy scene, and the men’s basketball team, which volunteers with the Big Brother program.


Stories from Sunset & Gordon

Videos exploring the campus and community of the college's new Los Angeles Center.


The Beacon Beat: December 5, 2013

On this week's Beacon Beat: Fictional newscaster Ron Burgundy's visit to Emerson, men's basketball players serve as Big Brothers, Emerson students' new animated series, and whether Kanye West should be called a genius (or not).


The Beacon Beat: November 21, 2013

On this week's Beacon Beat: Emerson's remedies to problems with the Common Application, students particpating in a national book writing month, men’s basketball wins on a pair of last second free throws, and a senior's photography installation.


The Beacon Beat: November 14, 2013

On this week's Beacon Beat: The college announces an external review of its Title IX compliance, EPSJ hosts its Art for Social Change week, a feature on a freshman's effort to bring attention to concussion testing, a preview of the men's basketball season, and Larry David comes to Emerson.


The Beacon Beat: October 31, 2013

On this week's Beacon Beat: The history and future of the Will & Grace set at Emerson, Lindsay DeStefano joins Emerson as its athletic administrator, a recap of senior Jamie Loftus' standup routine, and a feature on Red Sox ambassador and ball attendee Lynn Herman.


The Beacon Beat: October 24, 2013

On this week's Beacon Beat: Plans for the new LA center, EAGLE's Playing Gay in Hollywood event, a profile of Carter Bowers, and a feature on Emerson's elevator culture.


A look at this year's org fair

Students visiting and hosting booths at the annual organization fair talk about their experiences.


Students enjoy Nemo's snow

Emerson students took advantage of the two feet of snow that last weekend's snowstorm dropped on the Boston Common.


The Notebook

A new tradition during SGA meetings started this semester. The notebook, as it is called, is a book where one member writes a note to another member each week.


Emerson Mane Events brings magic to campus

On Wednesday, September 26, illusionist Leon Etienne came to Emerson College to perform for LiveSmart week.