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Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn Wang. Courtesy of A24.

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ shows its audience how to fight with love

By Marcus Cocova, Multimedia Managing Editor
April 13, 2022

Everything Everywhere All at Once is undoubtedly a masterpiece. Writers and directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert have leaped from the simple silliness and musings on confused love in Swiss Army Man...

Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight in Marvel Studios MOON KNIGHT. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved.

Marvel’s Moon Knight does not pull his punches

By Marcus Cocova, Multimedia Managing Editor
April 6, 2022

Right from the start, Marvel’s Moon Knight is a fast-paced nightmare adventure that cleanses the palate of the formulaic Marvel mold.  The first episode does not explicate upon past events or take...

A parking lot sits mostly vacant amid the storm.

Lens: Blizzard blasts Massachusetts, Beacon photographer sets out to capture the imagery

By Marcus Cocova, Multimedia Managing Editor
February 7, 2022

I recently spoke with a fellow staff member of the Beacon during a long car ride. We discussed a future trip to his home country of Canada. He explained he felt a creeping sense of impermanence when...

Bostons record-breaking blizzard.

[Photo] Boston ‘warm and welcoming’ amid record-breaking blizzard

February 3, 2022

Boston's record-breaking blizzard.

Chvrches lead singer, Lauren Mayberry, performs at The House of Blues, Boston on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Chvrches closes out year with powered performance at House of Blues Boston

By Marcus Cocova, Multimedia Managing Editor
January 5, 2022

Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches brought an electric performance on Wednesday Dec. 1 to the House of Blues in Boston, a recent stop on a tour to promote their latest album, “Screen Violence.”  The...

Turning Point USAs booth in the 2 Boylston Place alley.

Turning Point event sparks Sinophobia controversy on campus

By Luna Theus, Marcus Cocova, and Keshav Vinod
October 9, 2021

The Emerson chapter of Turning Point USA was suspended by the college after the conservative organization passed out controversial stickers that many students saw as propagating harmful anti-Chinese stereotypes,...

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