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The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

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Title IX office silent amid policy review

Title IX office silent amid policy review

October 11, 2017

With two policy reviews pending, recent federal action from the U.S. Education Department, two possibly concluding lawsuits against the college, and heavy criticism from a former student, much of the future...

The judge ruled that no reasonable jury could find these claims to be legally accurate based on the evidence presented by the plaintiff.

Motion for summary judgment granted in Title IX suit against college

September 27, 2017

A federal judge in the District of Massachusetts granted Emerson's motion for summary judgment Tuesday in the 2014 "Jane Doe v. Emerson College" Title IX lawsuit, in which Doe claimed the school was...

Friends said Wapman was enigmatic, but caring and talented.

Wapman remembered for loyalty and compassion

May 19, 2017

In the course of his research on the intersection of existential philosophy and experimental animation, Miles Wapman asked his professor for help finding existing resources on the topic, afraid that his...

Students protest Donald Trumps election in 2016.

Students react to election results

November 16, 2016

America has spoken, but a cloud of confusion cast its shadow at Emerson the day after Donald Trump became President-elect. Somber stares replaced the busy hum of Boylston and Tremont Streets. Tears welled...

Fenway residents protest Hemenway lease

Fenway folks protest Emerson extension

September 28, 2016

In a protest last Thursday outside of the Walker Building, about 10 members of the Fenway community voiced their opposition to Emerson’s plans to lease a residential building to house 115 students...

Construction of new dorm

College looks to expand campus in response to construction

September 11, 2016

When the Little Building closes this summer, the college will lose 748 beds and a dining hall that have been used by students for years. To fill those needs, Emerson is creating and renting new spaces. The new...

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