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Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

The Copley Square lighting.
Copley Square welcomes holiday season with annual tree lighting
By Ryan Forgosh, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

Now that Thanksgiving is over, tree lightings spring up across Boston, including Copley Square’s...

The Marlboro Campus
Carrying on tradition, students build bridges at Marlboro
By Chloe Els, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

Gazing out at Marlboro College for the first time, Maya Abarca remembers seeing white buildings...

Illustration by Rachel Choi
Re-building an Eco Corps—the first step to larger sustainability progress on campus
‘Brutal’ negotiation leads to COLA for staff union
‘Brutal’ negotiation leads to COLA for staff union
By Adri Pray, News Editor
November 30, 2022

Emerson’s staff union ratified their next collective bargaining agreement in a 119-1 vote on Wednesday. The agreement grants a cost-of-living...

We should ditch Friendsgiving
By Karenna Umscheid, Staff Writer
November 24, 2022
The Marlboro Campus
Carrying on tradition, students build bridges at Marlboro
By Chloe Els, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

Gazing out at Marlboro College for the first time, Maya Abarca remembers seeing white buildings scattered over rolling hills—all of it nearly...

The Copley Square lighting.
Copley Square welcomes holiday season with annual tree lighting
By Ryan Forgosh, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

Now that Thanksgiving is over, tree lightings spring up across Boston, including Copley Square’s Christmas tree lighting on Nov. 28.  The...

Superstar teaches self-love in Love, Lizzo documentary
Superstar teaches self-love in 'Love, Lizzo' documentary
By Clara Faulkner, Correspondent
November 30, 2022

“Love, Lizzo” is nothing short of special. It is a reclamation of Lizzo’s identity as a rapper and soul singer.  On Nov. 24, HBO Max...

‘Bad Axe’ is family business
‘Bad Axe’ is family business
By Ryan Yau, Staff Writer
December 1, 2022

Bad Axe, MI, is a town with a population of 3,000, where everyone is friends on Facebook and within two degrees of separation in Walmart. “Bad...

Formerly the Title IX office, Emersons Office of Equal Opportunity will address issues of discrimination, sexual violence and harassment on campus.
Office of Equal Opportunity extends Title IX reach
By Adri Pray, News Editor
September 7, 2022

The Office of Equal Opportunity will expand the scope of responsibility of the former Office of Title IX following its absorption of the office...

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Oct 25 / Women's Volleyball
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Oct 22 / Women's Cross Country
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Oct 22 / Women's Volleyball
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Oct 22 / Men's Soccer
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Illustration by Ryan Yau
‘Wednesday’ is plagued by the influence of the CW
By Ryan Yau, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

The new Addams family spinoff “Wednesday” released last Wednesday.  The eight-part miniseries focuses on a teenaged Wednesday Addams...

Illustration by Rachel Choi
Editorial: Emerson College presents: a convincing performance of inclusivity
By Editorial Board
October 20, 2022

Emerson has a fetish for marginalized communities—but it does not make itself accessible to them. And with a price tag so expensive, it is...

The Emerson College staff union logo.
Letter to the Editor: Open Letter to the Emerson Community
By The Emerson Staff Union
October 26, 2022

Last week we reached out to the Board of Trustees and asked to meet. Our prolonged contract negotiation with management has hit a wall and we’re...

Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn Wang. Courtesy of A24.
‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ shows its audience how to fight with love
By Marcus Cocova, Multimedia Managing Editor
April 13, 2022

Everything Everywhere All at Once is undoubtedly a masterpiece. Writers and directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert have leaped from the simple...

Illustration of protesters holding signs with reproductive rights slogans.
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Emerson students, faculty reflect on post-Roe America
By Maeve Lawler, Deputy Enterprise News Editor
November 2, 2022

On June 24—the day Roe v. Wade was overturned—Sophia Drummond, an Emerson student from Arkansas, saw a trigger ban go into effect in her...

Illustration of guitar player and music sheets
Student musicians make Emerson’s lack of music education work for them
November 2, 2022
Illustration of student surrounded by symbols representing different majors
Switching majors at Emerson College: what it’s like and how to navigate the process
November 1, 2022