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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

Sophia Boyce

Sophia Boyce, Audio Reporter

Sophia Boyce covers the happenings on Emerson's campus for the 172 Review Podcast. She looks at the experiences at Emerson compared to her friends at Universities around the country. Boyce covers anything from video games to Instagram pages to politics.

 

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Photo of Helina Yared (middle) and her teammates, Nia Cooper (left) and Rachel Tarby (right), after practice.

Meghan Markle’s explosive interview, and Emerson’s new inclusivity-based cheerleading squad

March 22, 2021

  On today's episode of The 172 Review, host Drew Ascione interviews Assistant Sports Editor Tyler Foy about a new inclusivity-based Emerson...

Emerson community receives vaccines, and online learning for international students

Emerson community receives vaccines, and online learning for international students

February 19, 2021

  On today's episode of The 172 Review, host Sophia Boyce interviews News Editor Dana Gerber about how Emerson students and staff starting...

Students walking along Boylston Street.

COVID-19 variants detected in United States, and Massachusetts loosens reopening restrictions

February 9, 2021

  Today on The 172 Review, host Sophia Boyce interviews Senior Investigative Reporter, Andrew Brinker, on the transmissible COVID-19 variants...

Laura Beth Levis and Peter DeMarco

Diving deeper into ‘Laura’s Law,’ and President Biden’s first days in White House

February 2, 2021

  Today on The 172 Review, host Drew Ascione sits down with Assistant News Editor Alec Klusza to dive deeper into the new Massachusetts Law...

A woman waits for her train at South Station.

A look into the students’ pandemic-era holiday plans and pronoun usage at Emerson

November 25, 2020

  Today on The 172 Review, host Maximo Aguilar Lawlor sits down with Express News Editor Charlie McKenna to talk about last week’s...

A student stands on a social distancing marker inside the Emerson testing center.

Emerson community weighs in on the holidays, the president-elect, and new COVID-19 vaccine developments

November 18, 2020

  Today on The 172 Review, host Maximo Aguilar Lawlor talks to the community about the recent advances in effectiveness of multiple COVID-19...

A polling place at City Hall on Election Day Nov. 3, 2020.

Voting initiatives, mail-in experiences, and a new Supreme Court justice: Election Day on campus

November 3, 2020

In today's special election edition of The 172 Review, host Drew Ascione sat down with Beacon reporter Camilo Fonseca to talk about student...

The Little Building on a rainy day.

Sanctions for breaking social distancing, Among Us overtakes campus life and a mid-semester student check in

October 27, 2020

  Today on The 172 Review, host Maximo Aguilar Lawlor sits down with Frankie Rowley about sanctions the college administers to people who break...

A student walks past the Emerson College Barnes & Noble.

Bookstore sees significant delays, off-campus students and dance orgs press ahead during a COVID-era semester

October 20, 2020

  Today on the 172 Review, host Sophia Boyce talks to Alec Klusza to discuss issues within the college’s textbook ordering process that persist...

Students walk in front of The Colonial Building residence hall on Boylston St.

Examining dashboard discrepancies, school facilities, and Emerson Missed Connections

October 13, 2020

  Today on the 172 Review, host Danielle Shojai sits down with news editor Andrew Brinker to discuss inaccuracies and missing metrics on Emerson’s...

Students working in a control room for a visual and media arts course. Courtesy Wilson Chao

Disrupted social lives, COVID sanctions, and altered orgs: Life on a pandemic-era campus

October 6, 2020

  Today on the 172 Review, host Maximo Aguilar Lawlor sits down with Beacon reporters Dana Gerber and Ann E. Matica to talk about how organizations...

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