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Person of Color Column: The languages of my nation

By Riddhima Dave
Published March 27, 2019

Since coming to America, people often say to me, “Your English is excellent for a...” and then they trail off from there. I have encountered this...

Models practice their struts at rehearsals for the 2018 BLK Out Fashion Show. This year’s fashion show theme is Gold. - Courtesy of EBONI

EBONI showcases black creators and student models at BLK Out

By Riddhima Dave
Published February 14, 2019

Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interest will drip gold at their second annual BLK Out Fashion Show on Feb. 15 at the Greene Theater. Student...

Sophomore Joshua DeGuzman and senior journalism major Tay Thai run ImaginBrockton, an online gallery showcasing artists from Thai’s hometown of Brockton, Massachusetts. - Photo by Emily Oliver / Beacon Staff

Senior starts digital gallery featuring hometown local artists

By Riddhima Dave
Published January 30, 2019

Senior journalism major Tay Thai discovered her purpose at Emerson during her Digital Storytelling class—to promote artists from her hometown of Brockton,...

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