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The Berkeley Beacon

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Eric Gordon, executive director of the Engagement Lab and professor

[Photo] New initiative ‘Transforming Narratives of Gun Violence’ launches two undergraduate courses

December 2, 2021

Eric Gordon, executive director of the Engagement Lab and professor

Former WERS General Manager Jack Casey

[Photo] Jack Casey leaves WERS after 16 years

July 12, 2021

Former WERS General Manager Jack Casey

A photo of Llull’s Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

[Photo] Exchange students experience pandemic-era Boston

April 15, 2021

A photo of Llull’s Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations

A computer where individuals tap their Emerson IDs, receive a label, and pick up a tube.

[Photo] Emerson COVID-19 testing procedure minimizes interaction with medical staff for the spring semester

January 15, 2021

A computer where individuals tap their Emerson IDs, receive a label, and pick up a tube.

The program would give students the chance to spend four semesters in Sydney, Australia.

[Photo] New study abroad program takes BCE students to Sydney

December 18, 2020

The program would give students the chance to spend four semesters in Sydney, Australia.

Trent (center right) was remembered as a pioneer in the field of Political Communication.

[Photo] Emerson faculty reflects on passing of Judith Trent, political communications icon

December 10, 2020

Trent (center right) was remembered as a pioneer in the field of Political Communication.

Joe Biden speaking to students at Emersons commencement ceremony in 2003.

[Photo] A look back on Joe Biden’s 2003 Emerson Commencement speech

November 7, 2020

Joe Biden speaking to students at Emerson's commencement ceremony in 2003.

Oujia boards were banned from the Charlesgate hotel in 1990 because of the psychological effect they had on students.

[Photo] Getting ‘ghosted’ at Emerson? It’s more common than you think.

September 24, 2020

Oujia boards were banned from the Charlesgate hotel in 1990 because of the "psychological effect they had on students."

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