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

The Berkeley Beacon

Madla Walsh

Madla Walsh, Staff Photographer

Madla Walsh (she/her) is a junior from Barrington, New Hampshire. She is a journalism major and double photography and creative writing minor. She is a staff photographer for the Beacon. In her free time she enjoys writing, hiking, and more photography.

Latest from Madla Walsh
2024 Boston St. Patrick’s Day

Photos: Dancing, Drinking, and Shamrocks, scenes at the 2024 St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March 25, 2024
The 2024 St. Patrick’s Day/Evacuation Day Parade brought a sea of Irish green to South Boston on Sunday, March 17. Take a look at some of the parade scenes that our staff photographers captured last week.
The kids of the South Boston Squirt Hockey teams reach their hands out to people walking towards the parade on Sunday, March 17, 2024, in South Boston. (Madla Walsh/ Beacon Staff)

[Photo] ‘It’s definitely lived up to the hype’: Crowds gather in South Boston for St. Patrick’s Day Parade

By Sam Shipman and Hongyi Ji / March 26, 2024

The kids of the South Boston Squirt Hockey teams reach their hands out to people walking towards the parade on Sunday, March 17, 2024, in South Boston....

Protesters hold up signs as the march pauses in front of the Government Center. (Madla Walsh/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] ‘Fight poverty, not the poor’: Poor People’s Campaign marches on state houses across the country, in Boston

By Emma Siebold, Staff Writer / March 6, 2024

Leaders of the march sing “This little light of mine” as the crowd gathers in front of the Massachusetts State House. (Madla Walsh/Beacon Staff)

Emerson College Student Union demands more financial aid

[Photo] ECSU tuition hikes rally demands more financial aid, organization freedom

February 28, 2024

The chant, “This is what democracy looks like,” echoes from the crowd during the financial aid rally in the 2 Boylston Place alleyway on Friday, Feb....

Emerson College Student Union demands more financial aid

[Photo] ECSU tuition hikes rally demands more financial aid, organization freedom

By Valentina Baez, Staff Writer / February 28, 2024

A student holds a sign while speakers from the Emerson Student Union, Emerson Students for Justice in Palestine, and Emerson Democratic Socialists of America...

Writing, literature, and publishing Chair Roy Kamada interviews Grace Talusan after her keynote speech on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024. (Arthur Mansavage/Beacon Staff)

Photos: Eighth annual Teach-In on Race focuses on intersectionality in the arts and communications

February 15, 2024

Emerson College’s Teach-In on Race is an annual event hosted by Academic Affairs and the President’s Office in coordination with the Social Justice...

Rabbi Yosef Jazklos addresses the crowd during the annual menorah lighting on Boston Common on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2023. (Madla Walsh/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] Annual menorah lighting marks the first night of Hanukkah and casts a beacon of hope amid rising anti-semitism

By Margaux Jubin, Staff Writer / December 13, 2023

Rabbi Yosef Jazklos addresses the crowd during the annual menorah lighting on Boston Common on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2023. (Madla Walsh/Beacon Staff)

Campaign signs hang from the street lamps outside of the Chinatown YMCA where voters cast their ballots.

[Photo] New faces set to join Boston City Council

November 13, 2023

Campaign signs hang from the street lamps outside of the Chinatown YMCA where voters cast their ballots.

Students pass by the Emerson College Visitor Center.

[Photo] Embracing redirection: Former Emerson students explain why they transferred out

October 18, 2023

Students pass by the Emerson College Visitor Center.

Charmaine Santiago Galdón dances next to her brother Marcel Santiago Marcelino at the Puerto Rico Beyond Reggaeton Event in Emerson College’s Bill Bordy Theatre last Wednesday night. (Madla Walsh for The Beacon)

[Photo] Puerto Rico Beyond Reggaeton: Amigos holds Latin Heritage Month Celebration

By Jack Burns, Staff Writer / October 11, 2023

Charmaine Santiago Galdón dances next to her brother Marcel Santiago Marcelino at the Puerto Rico Beyond Reggaeton Event in Emerson College’s Bill Bordy...

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