Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

SGA
SGA to fund sustainable laundry resource, fundraise for victims of Hurricane Fiona
By Mike McHugh
October 1, 2022

Emerson Student Government Association members discussed plans to install a laundry detergent sheet...

Passengers on the Green Line.
MBTA’s Board of Directors addresses infrastructure issues in public meeting
By Ethan Cotler
September 29, 2022

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Board of Directors held a virtual public meeting...

Emerson students gathered together in the SPC Theater to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.
New year, new traditions: Emerson Hillel hosts Rosh Hashanah dinner
Orange Line Chinatown station
Commuters disappointed with delays a week into the Orange Line’s reopening
By Maeve Lawler and Olivia LeDuc
September 29, 2022

In the week following the Orange Line's reopening after its 30-day shutdown, many Emerson students and Orange Line riders across Boston...

Illustration by Rachel Choi
Sex is an asset in or out of a relationship
By Mariyam Quaisar, Content Managing Editor, Business Managing Editor
September 28, 2022
SGA
SGA to fund sustainable laundry resource, fundraise for victims of Hurricane Fiona
By Mike McHugh
October 1, 2022

Emerson Student Government Association members discussed plans to install a laundry detergent sheet refill station near the tap-desk in the Little...

Passengers on the Green Line.
MBTA’s Board of Directors addresses infrastructure issues in public meeting
By Ethan Cotler
September 29, 2022

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Board of Directors held a virtual public meeting on Thursday—its first since late August—which...

To save Chinatown, we must Experience Chinatown
To save Chinatown, we must Experience Chinatown
By Bryan Liu and Ryan Yau, Correspondents
September 29, 2022

Through the Chinatown gate lies a wrinkle in time against the backdrop of metropolitan Boston. The neighborhood evokes a sense of anachronism:...

Comedians perform at the All-Troupe show.
All-Troupe show brings out the best from Emerson’s comedians
By Jackson Bailey, Correspondent
September 22, 2022

A large crowd gathered outside the Student Performance Center last Friday night with anticipation building for “Too Loud,” the All-Troupe...

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...

Zdeno Chara (via Creative Commons)
What is the Bruins’ longtime captain’s legacy?
By Leo Kagan, Staff Writer
September 28, 2022
Photo of Hayley Williams
Paramore is for the Blacks. Argue with the wall
By Hadera McKay, Opinion Editor
September 28, 2022

On Sept. 28, punk rock band Paramore released its new single “This is Why,” after a five-year hiatus, ultimately signaling its reigning return...

Emersons testing site at Tufts Medical Center.
Emerson's COVID-19 protocols for spring semester warrant criticism
By Editorial Board
January 13, 2022

With students already back on campus and in-person classes officially starting on Jan. 18, COVID-19 cases are bound to continue their rise. Given...

Letter to the Editor: A Blue Valentine’s Day at Emerson
Letter to the Editor: A Blue Valentine’s Day at Emerson
By The Emerson Staff Union Bargaining Team
February 14, 2022

It is easy to love Emerson. Talented students, brilliant faculty, committed staff: great people. We see individuals learn and grow on our campus,...

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...

From top left to bottom right: Emerson alumni Sam Crimmins, André Archimbaud, Gaby Dunn, Dustin Straube, Steven Rowley and Kasey Fielding. / courtesy
Magazine
Safe spaces, section 8 and student loan debt: Emerson alums say they (mostly) don’t regret the financial risk
By Vivi Smilgius, Editor-in-Chief
August 30, 2022

For many freshly graduated Emersonians, monthly loan payments are a harsh awakening to the real world of work—or lack thereof—as creatives....