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

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

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Junior Taelon Ratliffs Easter egg website, Wild Wasteland, will launch beta in January. - Photo by Sabrina Ortiz / Beacon Correspondent

Video game secrets spotlighted on students site

By Danielle Fineza
Published November 8, 2018

While playing the video game Fallout, junior Taelon Ratliff noticed a Futurama reference—a frozen dog named Seymour. Ratliff noticed a trend of hidden...

Sarah Ginsburg 11, now living and working in Los Angeles, filmed SPACESAVERS during the 2015 Boston blizzard. / Courtesy of Sarah Ginsburg

Globe festival features alumna’s film on parking dibs

By Danielle Fineza
Published October 24, 2018

Armed with her camera and winter coat, Sarah Ginsburg ‘11 roamed the streets of Massachusetts during the 2015 blizzard and searched for the subjects...

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