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Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

The Berkeley Beacon

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Goldens galore for Spencer, the Boston Marathon dog

By Annie Sarlin, Beacon Correspondent / April 17, 2024

One day before the Boston Marathon, a sea of golden fur filled the Boston Common in honor of Spencer, the official dog of the race since 2022 who recently...

Viewing the solar eclipse in Boston

Know before you go: Viewing the solar eclipse in Boston

By Annie Sarlin, Staff Writer / April 6, 2024
On Monday, April 8, the moon will align between the sun and the Earth, causing a total solar eclipse. In New England, parts of Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire will be along the path of totality, meaning they will experience the eclipse in full.
Illustration Rachel Choi

Love over location: A college student’s guide to long distance relationships

By Annie Sarlin, Beacon Correspondent / March 20, 2024
As a senior in high school, people told me to break up with my boyfriend before I left for Emerson to ensure I got the “full college experience.”
New Student Accessibility Services portal changes how students receive academic accommodations

New Student Accessibility Services portal changes how students receive academic accommodations

By Annie Sarlin, Beacon Correspondent / February 21, 2024

Emerson’s Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) introduced an online system in the summer of 2023 called Accommodate to expedite the process...

Illustration Rachel Choi

‘Barbie’ Oscar nominations reveal the Academy is a ‘Mojo Dojo Casa House’

By Annie Sarlin, Beacon Correspondent / February 7, 2024

Opinion editors are not responsible for agreeing or disagreeing with their writers but rather elevate each individual’s specific voice. Like millions...

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One More Splash: A Review of the Breeders’ Anniversary Tour

By Annie Sarlin / September 27, 2023

“Check, check, check, one, two.” The distorted voice of the intro to The Breeders’ hit song “Cannonball” rang through the venue. The audience...

Photo Courtesy: Charles Erickson

A Jewish journey: ‘Prayer for the French Republic’ comes to Boston

By Annie Sarlin, Beacon Correspondent / September 20, 2023

“Prayer for the French Republic,” a powerful, multi-generational story following the Salomon Benhamou family and their experience with Jewish discrimination,...