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

The Berkeley Beacon

Margaux Jubin

Margaux Jubin, Staff Writer

Margaux Jubin is a sophomore journalism major from Los Angeles, California. She is currently a Staff Writer for the Berkeley Beacon. Outside The Beacon, Margaux loves live music, hanging out with friends, and spending time in nature.

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‘Till divorce do us part: a generation of marriage skeptics

April 17, 2024

As a woman, I know that, societally, my future goals should include marriage and children. One may call me a scorned child of divorce, but even as full...

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Raised by nature: An all-American farm life

April 17, 2024

I feel safest on the grass, in the dirt, and at the top of any mountain. I value nature more than anyone I know. At 1850-feet altitude on a peak in...

A crowd of around 2,000 attendees gather in Newton on Sunday, April 7, 2024, to unveil the “Hostage Wall” that was vandalized in March. (Margaux Jubin/Beacon Staff)

[Photo] ‘Our community is our strength’: Newton community rededicates wall of Hamas’ captives after vandalism

By Margaux Jubin, Staff Writer / April 10, 2024

Two event attendees sit in front of the stage with a poster reading, "we stand against hate and antisemitism," on Sunday, April 7, 2024. (Margaux Jubin/Beacon...

Newton family to host ‘Rebuild the Hostage Wall’ following vandalization

Newton family to host ‘Rebuild the Hostage Wall’ following vandalization

April 6, 2024
On Oct. 27, Newton residents Jeffrey and Miriam Kosowsky put up a 100-foot-long wall of the 240 hostages taken captive by Hamas on Oct. 7. After months of remaining intact, their poignant tribute was vandalized last month in what authorities are currently investigating as a hate crime, said Kosowsky.
Israeli hostage Omer Shem Tov honored at ‘Run for Their Lives’ march

‘Run for Their Lives’ march honors Omer Shem Tov, a hostage held captive by Hamas for 179 days in Gaza

April 3, 2024
Dozens of activists gathered in Newton Centre on Sunday afternoon to honor 21-year-old Omer Shem Tov, an Israeli who was taken captive by Hamas on Oct. 7 during the deadly attack at the Nova Music Festival, where 360 people were massacred and 40 taken hostage.  
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Marlboro Institute minors to host virtual event on Gaza on March 27

March 20, 2024
Following months of discussion and preparation, the Marlboro Institute will host a Zoom event about Gaza on March 27 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Protesters wave Palestinian flags outside of Cambridge City Hall during the rally on Saturday, March 2, 2024.  (Margaux Jubin/Beacon Staff)

Photos: Thousands rally in Cambridge calling for cease-fire in Gaza

March 10, 2024

On Saturday, March 2, over 2,000 people gathered at Cambridge City Hall to call for an end to Israeli military operations in Rafah, a populated southern...

Harvard Square protest urges U.S. government to end defense funding for Israel

Harvard Square protest urges U.S. government to end defense funding for Israel

March 4, 2024

A group of around 15 activists convened in Harvard Square on Feb. 16 to call for a ceasefire in Gaza and to protest Raytheon, the world’s second-largest...

‘Every day is Valentine’s Day’: Emerson students reveal romantic Valentine’s Day plans

‘Every day is Valentine’s Day’: Emerson students reveal romantic Valentine’s Day plans

February 20, 2024

Valentine’s Day is undoubtedly one holiday we love to hate and hate to love. Whether you’re in bed watching “The Notebook” over a box of chocolates...

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‘We can do something that can change the world’: Journalism student launches initiative to provide aid to Boston’s homeless population

January 31, 2024

From a young age, Adam Nuñez felt drawn to help the homeless, especially after seeing a drastic increase in homelessness over the last few years in his...

Emerson addresses campus tension with communal gatherings for Jewish and Muslim students amid Israel-Palestine conflict

Emerson addresses campus tension with communal gatherings for Jewish and Muslim students amid Israel-Palestine conflict

January 31, 2024

Amid an outpour of campus-wide tension brought forth by the Israel-Palestine conflict, the college’s leading administrators are hosting discussion-based...

Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and Rabbi Yosef Jazklos rise 22 feet into the air to light the menorah on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2023.

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

December 13, 2023

The Chabad of Downtown Boston held its 40th annual menorah lighting on Dec. 7, drawing in hundreds of Boston’s Jewish community members.  Standing...

Where Dancing Meets Dreaming: Emerson Urban Dance Theater’s REM

Where Dancing Meets Dreaming: Emerson Urban Dance Theater’s REM

November 16, 2023

Emerson Urban Dance Theater brought dreaminess and vibrancy to the week with REM, their latest dance concert themed around sleep, dreams, and nightmares.  With...

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Aftermath of Hamas attack hits close to home for Jewish students with family in Israel

November 1, 2023

Opinions expressed in Beacon Op-Eds are not necessarily shared by the entire staff. It is the responsibility of Opinion editors to elevate each individual’s...

The Prifti family strolls through the parade with their Corgi, Bookie, leading the way.

Wholesome Halloweekend Fun: The Doggone Pet Parade

November 1, 2023

“Best Dog and Child Duo” winner Suzan Paik walked hand-in-hand with her two children through the center of the Doggone Pet Parade on Saturday. Her...

The Emerson Poetry Project hosts qualifier for slam poetry competition

The Emerson Poetry Project hosts qualifier for slam poetry competition

October 11, 2023

The Emerson Poetry Project hosted a slam poetry competition featuring compelling poetic performances from students striving to secure a spot in the final....

Six winning artists of the 2023 New England Regional Juried Exhibition, from left, Antonio Lones, Irena Roman, Laura Cooper, Hillary Scott, Dylan McKnight, and John Morgan discuss their award-winning artwork in a panel at the Guild of Boston Artists on Saturday afternoon.

Boston Guild of Artists Hosts Panel Discussion with Award Winning Local Painters

September 27, 2023

In 1914, 42 of Boston’s most prominent artists came together to create the Boston Guild of Artists, and over a century later, this same passion for art...

Protesters march in front of Quincy Market.

Protesters demand statewide recognition of Indigenous People’s Day

October 12, 2022

On Saturday, Indigenous people and allies assembled to commemorate Indigenous People’s Day and call attention to the day’s lack of holiday status in...