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Vice President of Institutional Advancement Ron Korvas to leave college

February 8, 2019

Ron Korvas will leave his position as vice president of institutional advancement on June 30, according to an email by President M. Lee Pelton wrote to the Emerson student body on Jan. 15. In the email,...

FAB approves appeals from SPEC and the Cheer Squad

FAB approves appeals from SPEC and the Cheer Squad

November 12, 2018

The Financial Advisory Board approved appeal requests from screenwriting organization SPEC for accommodations for a panel speaker and from the Emerson Cheer Squad for new uniforms at their Nov. 6 meeting.  FAB...

The Boston Common echoed with the chant, “2-4-6-8. Mueller must investigate. Rice Foster / Beacon Correspondent

Citizens stand up to protect Mueller at a rally in Boston Common

November 10, 2018

The Boston Common echoed with the chant, “2-4-6-8. Mueller must investigate,” as about 1,000 citizens gathered near the front of the Statehouse in reaction to the recent resignation of Attorney General...

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Organizations receive anticipated timeline for the move to The Commons

November 8, 2018

Campus Center Director Joshua Hamlin released an anticipated timeline for the move to The Commons with organization leaders at a Nov. 2 forum. From Nov. 5 to Dec. 19, organizations will go through...

Freshman Laura Dinn held up a handmade sign at the Trump Doesn’t Represent Us Rally on Thursday night.  Photo by Abbey Finn / Beacon Correspondent

Student protest disavows Trump administration

October 27, 2018

About 30 students gathered at the Parkman Bandstand to protest the Trump administration as part of the “Trump Doesn’t Represent Us Rally” organized by student group Time to Rise on Oct. 25. According...

The college attributes the lack of fraudulent attacks on student accounts to security measures such as Mimecast and Duomobile. Photo by Abigail Noyes / Beacon Staff

ECPD warns students about fraudulent job postings

October 24, 2018

The Emerson College Police Department warned students about reports of fraudulent job advertisements on college job posting boards. ECPD received a Situational Information Report, a document sent out...

Financial Advisory Board removes policy to avoid bias

Financial Advisory Board removes policy to avoid bias

September 30, 2018

The Financial Advisory Board unanimously voted to approve new bylaw amendments which included a decision to remove a policy that allowed for bias when reviewing an organization’s budgets. The policy,...

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