The Berkeley Beacon

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
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.
Former professor under investigation for multiple sexual assault allegations
By Andrew Brinker, News Editor • June 30, 2020
Jackson Davis is the subject of multiple public sexual misconduct allegations on Twitter. He was suspended from NowThis News where he works over the weekend.
Emerson alum suspended from NowThis after sexual misconduct allegations
By Diti Kohli and Stephanie Purifoy June 30, 2020
The "Defund ECPD" initiative, inspired by the "Defund the Police" initiative, has sparked the college to plan a review of ECPD
Emerson to review role of ECPD on campus after students start "Defund ECPD" initiative
By Charlie McKenna, Deputy News Editor • June 29, 2020
President M. Lee Pelton and Chief Financial Officer Paul Dworkis announced a 10 percent reduction to executive leadership salaries amongst other financial cuts to help mitigate the college
Administration plans initial round of up to $26 million in budget cuts
By Domenic Conte, Managing Editor • June 29, 2020
Vice President for Equity and Social Justice Sylvia Spears said the college
Emerson Title IX Steering Committee adapting policy to new federal regulations
By Diti Kohli and Stephanie Purifoy June 28, 2020