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

The Berkeley Beacon

Arthur Mansavage

Arthur Mansavage, Website Editor and Assistant Photo Editor

Arthur Mansavage (he/him) is a sophomore from Carmel, Indiana. He is majoring in Theatre/Design Technology with a minor in Journalism. He has been a staff photographer for the Beacon since November 2022 and is currently serving as the Assistant Photography Editor as well as most recently taking on the role of Website Editor. In February of 2024, he fully redesigned the Beacon's website layout to model the current industry standards. Mansavage is also a member of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) and in November of 2023 received an NPPA Monthly News Clip award for his coverage of the protests during Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to Boston. You can find more of his creative and journalistic works on his website here.

Latest from Arthur Mansavage
Anime Boston 2024

[Photo] Thousands of anime fans flood the Hynes for Anime Boston 2024

By Sam Shipman, Staff Writer / April 3, 2024

One of the members of Baby Beard performing during the Anime Boston opening ceremonies at the Hynes Convention Center on Friday, March 29, 2024. (Arthur...

2024 Boston St. Patrick’s Day

Photos: Dancing, Drinking, and Shamrocks, scenes at the 2024 St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March 25, 2024
The 2024 St. Patrick’s Day/Evacuation Day Parade brought a sea of Irish green to South Boston on Sunday, March 17. Take a look at some of the parade scenes that our staff photographers captured last week.
Floats make their way down the parade route as thousands of spectators watch during the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday, March 17, 2024, in South Boston. (Arthur Mansavage/ Beacon Staff)

[Photo] ‘It’s definitely lived up to the hype’: Crowds gather in South Boston for St. Patrick’s Day Parade

By Sam Shipman and Hongyi Ji / March 26, 2024

Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, and city councilors celebrate the ribbon cutting of the 2024 South Boston Parade as confetti...

Emerson Professor Scott Pinkney

[Photo] ‘My students are my family’: Professor Pinkney leaves lasting Emerson legacy

By Bridget Frawley, Staff Writer / March 20, 2024

Professor Scott Pinkney poses for a photo on Boylston Street. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

The Emerson lions in a team huddle during a game against the Wentworth Leopards on March 2nd, 2023 (Arthur Mansavage/ Beacon Staff)

[Photo] Women’s lacrosse faces uphill battle with upcoming season

By Anna Knepley, Assistant Sports Editor / February 22, 2024

The Emerson lions in a team huddle during a game against the Wentworth Leopards on March 2nd, 2023 (Arthur Mansavage/ Beacon Staff)

Participants carry a banner that reads Ending homelessness is within our reach as they lead the crowd of around 4,000 people on the two-mile walk around the Boston Common and the Public Garden on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

Photos: Thousands gather on the Boston Common to advocate and fundraise to end homelessness

February 16, 2024

Students, families, advocates, and community members from the greater Boston area gathered on the Boston Common on Sunday, Feb. 11 for the 8th annual Winter...

Writing, literature, and publishing Chair Roy Kamada interviews Grace Talusan after her keynote speech on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

Photos: Eighth annual Teach-In on Race focuses on intersectionality in the arts and communications

February 15, 2024

Emerson College’s Teach-In on Race is an annual event hosted by Academic Affairs and the President’s Office in coordination with the Social Justice...

Thousands of people march shoulder to shoulder on the Boston Common during the 8th annual Winter Walk on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] Thousands attend Winter Walk on Boston Common to end homelessness

February 14, 2024

Thousands of people march shoulder to shoulder on the Boston Common during the 8th annual Winter Walk on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon...

Thousands of people march shoulder to shoulder on the Boston Common during the 8th annual Winter Walk on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] Thousands attend Winter Walk on Boston Common to end homelessness

By Sam Shipman, Staff Writer / February 14, 2024

Participants carrying a banner that says "Ending homelessness is within our reach" as they lead the crowd of around four thousand people on the two mile...

Three womens basketball players wearing themed game shirts that say Mental Health Matters during a home game against MIT on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] More than a game: Emerson Basketball participates in second annual ‘Mental Health Matters’ fundraiser

By Mackenzie Bruno, Beacon Correspondent / February 7, 2024

Three women's basketball players wearing themed game shirts that say "Mental Health Matters" during a home game against MIT on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024....

A Boston police officer stops in the intersection at Boylston and Tremont Street and observes a large crowd of protesters blocking the street. After the Emerson and Suffolk group of protesters merged, Boston police were called and watched as the group closed down the intersection. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

Photos: Emerson and Suffolk students walk-out to demand ceasefire

February 3, 2024

Students from Emerson College and Suffolk University walked out of class on Jan. 25 to protest and call for a permanent and immediate ceasefire in Gaza....

Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff

[Photo] Emerson CPLA hosts gun safety rally in Boston Common

By Emma Siebold, Staff Writer / December 13, 2023

Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff

MBTAs Park Street Station.

[Photo] MBTA Green Line closure lengthens commute times for students

By Kaitlyn Smitten, Staff Writer / December 6, 2023

MBTA's Park Street Station.

Tremont Street at night.

[Photo] Emerson students reflect on dull nightlife

December 6, 2023

Tremont Street at night.

On Thursday, Nov. 30, thousands gather on the Boston Common to watch the annual Christmas tree lighting.

[Photo] Boston Common celebrates various festivities during Holiday Tree Lighting

By Bryan Hecht and Sam Shipman / December 6, 2023

On Thursday, Nov. 30, thousands gather on the Boston Common to watch the annual Christmas tree lighting.

Protesters holding signs and Palestinian fags listen to a speaker across the street from the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Downtown Boson on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] Photos: Pro-Palestinian rallies in Boston continue to call for ceasefire in Gaza

By Sofia Waldron, Arthur Mansavage and Ashlyn Wang / November 19, 2023

Protesters holding signs and Palestinian fags listen to a speaker across the street from the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Downtown Boson on Thursday, Nov. 9,...

Boston Police and Secret Service agents carry a protester by their arms and legs away from the outside of the Ritz-Carlton hotel ahead of Vice President Kamala Harris’s visit to Downtown Boston on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] Inside and Outside the Ritz Carlton: Kamala Harris’ Boston Visit

By Merritt Hughes and Sam Lawrence / November 14, 2023

Boston Police and Secret Service agents carry a protester by their arms and legs away from the outside of the Ritz-Carlton hotel ahead of Vice President...

Crews from the Brock Rowing Club compete in the womens lightweight fours on Sunday, Oct.21, 2023. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

Photos: Rowers and spectators flock to Boston for the 58th Head of the Charles

October 28, 2023

Boston welcomed the 2023 Head of the Charles Regatta with great enthusiasm despite the heavy rain that drenched the city on Saturday. The world’s...

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