The Berkeley Beacon

ELA may have to begin the fall semester online, according to an email sent to students Friday.
ELA program in flux amid soaring case numbers in LA County
I did so many things to create a sense of belonging for myself in this unfamiliar country by empowering myself with knowledge and experience, only to learn that the future I wanted for so long might not even exist, and this country does not welcome people like me.
The U.S. I wanted to study in no longer exists
Despite calls from students to decrease costs, Emerson will increase tuition and room and board rates by two percent for the 2020-21 academic year.
College to increase tuition for fall semester, following national trend
The Paramount residence hall will be used to house students potentially exposed to or ill with COVID-19 in the fall.
Paramount residence hall to be used as quarantine space for ill or exposed students
By Charlie McKenna, Deputy News Editor • July 5, 2020
Emerson remains one of the only local institutions without any information on costs for the upcoming fall semester publicly available.
As Boston-area college administrations break a wall of silence on tuition, Emerson stays quiet
By Andrew Brinker, News Editor • July 4, 2020
International students will have to choose between coming to campus, attending one of Emerson
International students given option to learn online, attend partner university, or return to campus
By Charlie McKenna, Deputy News Editor • July 4, 2020
The college vowed to hold themselves accountable when addressing issues of sexual assault on campus in a letter Friday.
College officials apologize for earlier statement on sexual misconduct, lay out steps for further accountability
By Stephanie Purifoy July 3, 2020

The Renegades team up for a tackle against a WFA opponent.
Renegades to relive championship through ESPN documentary
By Lara Hill, Deputy Sports Editor • July 1, 2020

When the Women’s Football Alliance’s Boston Renegades’ owner abruptly left the team weeks before the 2015 season, Molly Goodwin was one...

Emerson Esports competing in 2018.
Emerson Esports resume competitive season
By Aaron J. Miller, Print Editor • June 9, 2020
New Faces: O'Connor joins women's basketball eager to embrace academics and athletics
By Alberto Gilman May 21, 2020
Eight members of the baseball team were named to the NEWMAC 2020 Spring All-Academic Team
Lions claim 35 spots on NEWMAC Spring All-Academic team
By Lara Hill, Deputy Sports Editor • May 14, 2020
The fitness center staff is providing students with creative ways to stay active during the COVID-19 pandemic
Fitness center promotes physical activity with virtual race
By Ethan McDowell, Sports Editor • May 8, 2020
"It’s sad, really, that I’m numb to these things. So numb that when I saw the video of George Floyd’s murder, I didn’t feel surprised, angry, frustrated, or sad."
POC Column: Dear White People
By Melanie Curry, Deputy Magazine Editor • July 3, 2020

I once had a small, insignificant, ten-minute conversation with my high school friend Kelis that my mind will never let me forget.  One day,...

Emerson Missed Connections virtually connects quarantined students
Emerson Missed Connections virtually connects quarantined students
By Ethan McDowell, Sports Editor • May 24, 2020

Emerson Missed Connections posted for the first time on April 29. In less than a month, the Instagram account has amassed almost 2,000 followers...

Junior Tea Kingley creates popular food-themed Instagram account where she reviews restaurants around Boston.
Junior food blogs her way around Boston
By Juliet Norman, Assistant Opinion Editor • May 11, 2020

Junior Tea Kingley called herself “the pickiest eater in the world” for the first 19 years of her life. While studying abroad at Kasteel...

Juniors Christopher Rodriguez and Grant Rosado create a t-shirt company to help those suffering during the coronavirus outbreak.
Juniors create T-shirt company to raise money for coronavirus relief
By Katiana Hoefle, Deputy Arts Editor • April 27, 2020

Juniors Christopher Rodriguez and Grant Rosado lost their jobs, at a retail ski shop and dry cleaner respectively, after the COVID-19 pandemic...

Junior Ademir Monteiro releases debut album about around socialization and self-evaluation.
Junior releases debut alternative rap album
By Shruti Rajkumar, Assistant Lifestyle Editor • June 15, 2020

After being rejected for a job at Staples three years ago, rising junior Ademir Monteiro did what any rejected applicant would do—write a diss track about the company. As...

Alum publishes debut novel "Darling Rose Gold"
By Erin Renzi, Assistant Arts Editor • May 9, 2020