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Letter: Abigail Semple advocates community members to donate to the colleges endowment

Letter: Abigail Semple advocates community members to donate to the college’s endowment

By Letter to the editor
Published October 30, 2019

Abigail Semple is the executive treasurer for the Emerson College Student Government Association. To the editor: At Emerson College, we have a problem....

Letter: Sylvia Spears Responds to Title IX hiring process failed to involve students enough

Letter: Sylvia Spears Responds to “Title IX hiring process failed to involve students enough”

By Letter to the editor
Published October 23, 2019

To the editor: Re “Title IX hiring process failed to involve students enough” (Editorial, Oct. 17) While the editorial makes a valid point about...

LETTER: Healing and Advocacy Collective responds to When the best course of action isnt enough

LETTER: Healing and Advocacy Collective responds to “When ‘the best course of action’ isn’t enough”

By Letter to the editor
Published October 16, 2018

For anyone who is reading this, we talk about power-based interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, the Title IX process, and reference some current...

LETTER: Sylvia Spears responds to When the best course of action isnt enough

LETTER: Sylvia Spears responds to “When ‘the best course of action’ isn’t enough”

By Letter to the editor
Published October 16, 2018

Open Letter to the Beacon I would like to express my appreciation to the Beacon and its editorial board for their interest in the hiring process for...

LETTER: Elise Harrison responds to ECAPS overwhelmed by student demand

LETTER: Elise Harrison responds to “ECAPS overwhelmed by student demand”

By Letter to the editor
Published April 27, 2018

Letter to the Editor from Elise Harrison, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services I would like to clarify several things in the article about...

LETTER: SGA Executive Treasurer Ian Mandt responds to Dont ask students to fund scholarships

LETTER: SGA Executive Treasurer Ian Mandt responds to “Don’t ask students to fund scholarships”

By Letter to the editor
Published April 15, 2018

Following the release of the editorial “Don’t ask students to fund scholarships,” I wanted to provide some clarifying information that we were not...

Letter to the Editor: Student response to “What’s in a name?”

By Letter to the editor
Published February 1, 2018

Last week, the Berkeley Beacon editorial board published an article titled “What’s in a name?” examining recent name changes of the Educational Equity...

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