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Isha Marathe

Beacon Correspondent

Marathe can be reached at isha_marathe@emerson.edu.


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Ad-Hoc Committee meeting addresses protest demands

“Nobody needed to hear any more speeches,” Banks said. “A lot of people have been talking, but we need to work to find solutions now.”

First conservative speaker draws small crowd

After year-long contention over how, or if, to invite right-wing voices to campus, the college kicked off its “Conservative Speaker Series” on Thursday, Oct. 12  with a lecture on conservative economics.

New fund to assist low income students with expenses

“We are not talking about tuition, or room and board, or things that would show up on the Emerson bill,” Daly said. “We are talking about books, film equipment, external hard drives, the costs of printing and copying, or personal items like a coat. These things really add up.”

Disability Services Office renamed to reflect changes

Emerson’s “Disability Services Office” will now be called “Student Accessibility Services” to reflect an overall shift toward a more social model. Vice President and Dean of Campus Life James Hoppe announced the change to the Emerson community via email on Wednesday.

Disability Services Office renamed to reflect changes

Emerson’s “Disability Services Office” will now be called “Student Accessibility Services” to reflect an overall shift toward a more social model. Vice President and Dean of Campus Life James Hoppe announced the change to the Emerson community via email on Wednesday.

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Emerson to drop SAT/ACT requirement

Emerson Admission Office has confirmed that it will no longer require standardized test scores for undergraduate applicants starting fall 2018.