Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Chloe Els

Chloe Els, Staff Writer

Chloe Els (she/her) is a first-year journalism major who grew up in both California and Colorado. She currently works as a staff writer for the Beacon’s news section. When she’s not writing for the Beacon, Chloe enjoys reading anything she can get her hands on, usually in the Public Garden.

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Emerson students gathered together in the SPC Theater to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.

New year, new traditions: Emerson Hillel hosts Rosh Hashanah dinner

September 28, 2022

On Sunday, around 40 Emerson community members gathered in the Student Performance Center Theater to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.  Rosh Hashanah is the first of the High Holy days on the Jewish calendar....

SGA addresses divisive language, new members, Hurricane Fiona fundraising

SGA addresses divisive language, new members, Hurricane Fiona fundraising

September 26, 2022

At its Friday meeting, the Student Government Association addressed a recent incident involving racist and homophobic slurs directed at campus staff in the Little Building and Emerson’s response. An...

Trans flag waving in front of Boston Children’s Hospital.

Anti-trans protesters met with counter-protesters at Boston Children’s Hospital

September 21, 2022

Dozens of counter-protesters gathered outside of the Boston Children’s Hospital Sunday in response to the highly controversial visit of Canada-native “Billboard” Chris Elston and subsequent anti-transgender...

Angus Abercrombie in front of the Massachusetts State House.

‘No one is underqualified’: first-year jumps head-on into local politics

September 21, 2022

First-year and political communications major Angus Abercrombie is running to represent Precinct 8 in Belmont, MA, at its biannual town meeting. He announced his first political campaign via Twitter in...

Bluebike station on Beacon Street

Boston Bluebike riders enjoy free passes, some eager for transportation improvements

September 19, 2022

Boston Bluebike riders reacted positively to free bike passes while voicing improvements they would like to see made in the city’s transportation.  The City of Boston offered free 30-day Bluebike...

Attendees gather to watch performers / Photo: Chloe Els

Asian American Day Festival returns to Boston Common

September 14, 2022

The Boston Common buzzed with vendors and visitors attending the 12th Asian American Day Festival on Saturday afternoon. After a two-year pause due to COVID-19, the annual festival returned in celebration...

The Massachusetts State House, undergoing reconstructive changes.

Healey, Diehl to face off in November elections

September 8, 2022

Maura Healey (D) is set to face Geoff Diehl (R) in November’s midterm elections for Massachusetts governor after both clinched a victory in the primary election on Tuesday. Currently serving as attorney...

ECPD entrance/ Beacon Archives

The anxiety of gun violence looms in higher education

September 7, 2022

During orientation week, the Emerson College Police Department told every first year about an active shooter training offered on campus. Although new Emerson students have not had a chance to participate...

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