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LETTER: Sylvia Spears responds to “When ‘the best course of action’ isn’t enough”

LETTER: Sylvia Spears responds to “When ‘the best course of action’ isn’t enough”

By Letter to the editor

October 16, 2018

Open Letter to the Beacon I would like to express my appreciation to the Beacon and its editorial board for their interest in the hiring process for College’s Title IX investigator. As Vice President for Equity & Social Justice, the Office of Title IX Equity & Access reports directly to me....

LETTER: Elise Harrison responds to “ECAPS overwhelmed by student demand”

LETTER: Elise Harrison responds to “ECAPS overwhelmed by student demand”

By Letter to the editor

April 27, 2018

Letter to the Editor from Elise Harrison, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services I would like to clarify several things in the article about Emerson Counseling and Psychological Services by Maya Gacina. The most important thing I want students to know is that, although we are very busy, we do hav...

LETTER: SGA Executive Treasurer Ian Mandt responds to “Don’t ask students to fund scholarships”

LETTER: SGA Executive Treasurer Ian Mandt responds to “Don’t ask students to fund scholarships”

By Letter to the editor

April 15, 2018

Following the release of the editorial “Don’t ask students to fund scholarships,” I wanted to provide some clarifying information that we were not given the opportunity to provide prior to its publication. The most central point being that this scholarship is intended to give back unspent mone...

LETTER: Henderson-West responds to criticism of SGA

LETTER: Henderson-West responds to criticism of SGA

By Christopher Henderson-West

April 5, 2018

Someone asked me what I thought about what occurred on Tuesday morning, and here's the deal: The flagging of the Multi-Purpose Room on Tuesday morning was a call to action. It was a call for accountability. How does Student Government Association explain five years of the executive presidency being held by a ...

Letter from the Editor: An appeal for trust

By Laura King

March 23, 2017

What if our campus had a source of information it could trust? If we didn’t rely on positively-spun emails from administration, petty gossip from your friends, and detailed paragraphs on Facebook? In my ideal world, people look to the Beacon when something happens that they don't understand. But ...

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