Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Lizzie Heintz

Lizzie Heintz, Deputy Photo Editor

Lizzie Heintz was born in London, England, but spent most of her childhood in Houston, Tx. She is currently serving as the Beacon's Deputy Feature Photo Editor and is completing her junior year at Emerson College. She previously worked as the Assistant Photo Editor in fall 2019, as well as interned as a writer and photographer for the Somerville Times. Her work covering Boston's Straight Pride was published by VICE, and she continues to work as a photojournalist across the US and the world.

Email: Elizabeth_Heintz@Emerson.edu

Latest from Lizzie Heintz
Demonstrates carry a peace sign flag on Boston Common in reaction to Joe Bidens presidential victory on Saturday, November 7, 2020.

[Photo] As a journalist, I still deserve to have an opinion

February 10, 2021

Demonstrates carry a peace sign flag on Boston Common in reaction to Joe Biden's presidential victory on Saturday, November 7, 2020.

Police officers stand outside the Massachusetts State House.

[Photo] Boston, Emerson police brace for Inauguration Day

January 15, 2021

Police officers stand outside the Massachusetts State House.

Whether or not we like it or want it on our list of responsibilities, change falls in our hands—on the people. This is the time for us to continue to come together, address these issues, and make this country one.

[Photo] Even now, the work is not over

November 10, 2020

Whether or not we like it or want it on our list of responsibilities, change falls in our hands—on the people. This is the time for us to continue to come together, address these issues, and make this...

Hundreds of protestors listen to leaders outside the Boston Public Library Wednesday night in preparation for the presidential Election result.

[Photo] Peaceful Boston demonstrations condemn Trump efforts against vote counting

November 5, 2020

Hundreds of protestors listen to leaders outside the Boston Public Library Wednesday night in preparation for the presidential Election result.

Two attendees listen to the Count Every Vote rally at Boston Common on Wednesday.

[Photo] Six ways to keep up civic engagement past the presidential election

November 5, 2020

Two attendees listen to the Count Every Vote rally at Boston Common on Wednesday.

A man sits in a chair watching the Count Every Vote rally in the Boston Common on Wednesday.

[Photo] Peaceful Boston demonstrations condemn Trump efforts against vote counting

November 5, 2020

A man sits in a chair watching the Count Every Vote rally in the Boston Common on Wednesday.

A student stands on a social distancing marker inside the Emerson testing center.

[Photo] Emerson, cancel in-person classes immediately

November 18, 2020

A student stands on a social distancing marker inside the Emerson testing center.

Outside of the Emerson College Testing Center.

[Photo] Emerson reports 27 positive COVID-19 tests Wednesday, bringing weekly total to 61

December 16, 2021

Outside of the Emerson College Testing Center.

The outside of City Smoke Shop in Downtown Crossing is boarded up.

[Photo] Emerson, Boston brace for potential civil unrest as election picture clarifies

November 4, 2020

The outside of City Smoke Shop in Downtown Crossing is boarded up.

Known on his profile for his butterfly clips and bicycle, Hand makes his followers laugh with mainly comedy content.

[Photo] Two students front @tiktokforbiden ahead of Election Day

October 28, 2020

Known on his profile for his butterfly clips and bicycle, Hand makes his followers laugh with mainly comedy content.

The green checkmark community members used to display after completing Emersons symptom tracker to gain access to campus buildings.

[Photo] First days of simplified symptom tracking process see delays at tap desks

October 15, 2020

The green checkmark community members used to display after completing Emerson's symptom tracker to gain access to campus buildings.

A mural honoring John Lewis was painted on the wall in the Quiet Study room in Piano Row.

[Photo] Civil Rights leader John Lewis to be honored by new 20-foot-long mural in Piano Row

November 4, 2020

A mural honoring John Lewis was painted on the wall in the Quiet Study room in Piano Row.

Members of the IT Help Desk team work tirelessly during the first hybrid-model semester post-Covid.

[Photo] How Emerson tech groups prepared professors for a hybrid semester

October 14, 2020

Members of the IT Help Desk team work tirelessly during the first hybrid-model semester post-Covid.

In March, the Help Desk received about six times the amount of technical requests than an average semester. They are currently still receiving about three times the normal amount.

[Photo] How Emerson tech groups prepared professors for a hybrid semester

October 14, 2020

In March, the Help Desk received about six times the amount of technical requests than an average semester. They are currently still receiving about three times the normal amount.

The Media Art Gallery opened an exhibition for the first time since Covid-19 forced the schools closure in March.

[Photo] Emerson Contemporary debuts new blog, fall exhibit amid pandemic

October 14, 2020

The Media Art Gallery opened an exhibition for the first time since Covid-19 forced the school's closure in March.

The Office of International Student Affairs.

[Photo] Proposed federal rule would limit international students’ time in U.S.

October 6, 2020

The Office of International Student Affairs.

172 Tremont building.

[Photo] 172 Tremont delays reopening to Jan. 30

January 4, 2021

172 Tremont building.

Protesters carry a banner that read Justice for Breonna Taylor on Friday.

[Photo] Protesters marched to Boston City Hall over Breonna Taylor case

September 26, 2020

Protesters carry a banner that read "Justice for Breonna Taylor" on Friday.

Breonna Taylor march 9/25

Photos: Thousands demand justice for Breonna Taylor in streets of Boston

September 26, 2020

Protestors marched by Nubian Square, Boston Police headquarters, and the Theater District Friday evening before landing at Boston City Hall. The demonstration was held to commemorate and demand justice...

Load More Stories