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

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

The Berkeley Beacon

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The interface for eCommon   changed and moved to the Emerson website.

IT increases email security and eCommon accessibility

By Maysoon Khan
Published April 11, 2018

Information Technology department installed a new email security service, Mimecast, to improve the protection and proficiency of Emerson’s databases....

Dante Basco was ASIAs keynote speaker last Tuesday. Photo by Maysoon Khan.

Last Airbender star talks representation at ASIA panel

By Maysoon Khan
Published March 29, 2018

From break-dancing in the streets of California to being the voice of Prince Zuko in Avatar: The Last Airbender, accomplished Filipino-American voice...

VMA department offers free film for photo students

VMA department offers free film for photo students

By Maysoon Khan
Published February 22, 2018

Students enrolled in photography classes received free film rolls at the start of this semester to help offset costs for assignments. The visual...

Registrar William DeWolf will move to a new office in March. Photo: Mason Khan/ Berkeley Beacon

Registrar and Academic Advising relocate to Ansin Building

By Maysoon Khan
Published February 8, 2018

The Academic Advising Center and Office of the Registrar will move from the Union Bank Building to the fourth floor of Ansin Building, which is aimed...

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