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

The Berkeley Beacon

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

The Berkeley Beacon

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Arrested students appeared at the Boston Municipal Court House on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at 9 a.m. (Nick Peace for the Beacon).

[Photo] Students receive community service for April 25 arrests

By Bryan Hecht and Iselin Bratz / May 1, 2024

Emerson students enter the Municipal Courthouse, on Wednesday, May 1, 2024 (Nick Peace for the Beacon).

Boston Police Officers gathered in the Massachusetts Transportation Building on Thursday, April 25. (Nick Peace for the Beacon)

[Photo] DEVELOPING STORY: The latest on 2 Boylston Place ‘Popular University Encampment’

Protestors are bound with zip ties and detained in the Massachusetts State Transportation Building immediately after the arrests on Thursday, April 25,...

Police can be seen wearing face shields from a blockade on Boylston Street as they look onto a group of protesters near Tatte, where protesters have gathered after the 2B alley arrests on Thursday, April 25, 2024. (Nick Peace for the Beacon)

[Photo] Scenes from the arrests of 108 protesters in the 2B alley

By Berkeley Beacon Staff / April 25, 2024

Police can be seen wearing face shields from a blockade on Boylston Street as they look onto a group of protesters near Tatte, where protesters have gathered...

‘Students are scared to be outwardly Jewish’: Jewish students contemplate transferring following reported antisemitism on campus

[Photo] ‘Students are scared to be outwardly Jewish’: Jewish students contemplate transferring following reported antisemitism on campus

April 24, 2024

Pro-Israel protestors stand across from 2B alley pro-Palestine encampments on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. (Nick Peace for the Beacon)

Team Hoyt cycles

[Photo] Team Hoyt cycles, runs, and cheers to honor 10th anniversary of last marathon finish for late Rick and Dick Hoyt

April 15, 2024

Riley Pathman awaits the start of the 2024 Boston Marathon with his dad, Jim Pathman, at the Hopkinton Town Common start line (Nick Peace for the Beacon)

Team Hoyt cycles

[Photo] Team Hoyt cycles, runs, and cheers to honor 10th anniversary of last marathon finish for late Rick and Dick Hoyt

By Bryan Hecht, News Co-Editor / April 15, 2024

Morrie Ripley, a Team Hoyt runner (left) with a spinal cord disability, approaches the halfway mark of the race in Wellesley Center. (Nick Peace for the...

Runners are congratulated by Wellesley College students as they run down E. Central Street toward Wellesley Center and the half-marathon marker. (Nick Peace for the Beacon)

[Photo] 2024 Boston Marathon: Stories racing to and beyond the finish line

Runners are congratulated by Wellesley College students as they run down E. Central Street toward Wellesley Center and the half-marathon marker. (Nick...

Best signs of 2024 Boston Marathon

[Photo] “Kiss me if you love the Patriots”: Best signs of 2024 Boston Marathon

By Hannah Nguyen, Editor-in-Chief / April 15, 2024

A spectator holds a sign supporting her mother who is running the 128th Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15, 2024. (Nick Peace for the Beacon)

Jennifer Hudson pulls the switch to turn on the Holiday Lights on Boston Common on Thursday, Nov. 30. (Nick Peace for The Beacon)

[Photo] Boston Common celebrates various festivities during Holiday Tree Lighting

By Bryan Hecht and Sam Shipman / December 6, 2023

Jennifer Hudson pulls the switch to turn on the Holiday Lights on Boston Common on Thursday, Nov. 30. (Nick Peace for The Beacon)

Tremont Street at night.

[Photo] Emerson students reflect on dull nightlife

By Sam Shipman, Assistant News Editor / December 6, 2023

Tremont Street at night.

A man dressed as Santa Claus stands in front of the Nova Scotia tree and greets participants.

[Photo] Dozens flock to Boston Common for annual Nova Scotian tree arrival tradition

November 29, 2023

A man dressed as Santa Claus stands in front of the Nova Scotia tree and greets participants.

A man dressed as Santa Claus takes pictures with the crowd. (Nick Peace for The Beacon)

[Photo] Dozens flock to Boston Common for annual Nova Scotian tree arrival tradition

By Sam Shipman and Bryan Hecht / November 29, 2023

A man dressed as Santa Claus takes pictures with the crowd. (Nick Peace for The Beacon)