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The Berkeley Beacon

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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Firefighters put away the water hose.

[Photo] Tufts refrigerator fire closes testing center amid hazmat concerns

Published November 2, 2021

Firefighters put away the water hose.

The police and fire department closed down Harrison Ave. yesterday.

[Photo] Fire alarm briefly closes testing center again

Published November 3, 2021

The police and fire department closed down Harrison Ave. yesterday.

A janitor working in the dorm hallway.

[Photo] Editorial: Emerson’s staff and faculty deserve better

Published March 31, 2021

A janitor working in the dorm hallway.

An in-person class session in the Paramount Center.

[Photo] Emerson extends mask mandate indefinitely

Published September 15, 2021

An in-person class session in the Paramount Center.

Students walking on Boston Common.

[Photo] Faculty approve spring break alternatives

Published March 21, 2021

Students walking on Boston Common.

The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.

[Photo] CSD department grapples with hybrid learning

Published March 4, 2021

The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.

Richard Fucillo stands in front of the State House.

[Photo] Emerson senior mounts State House campaign

Published February 25, 2021

Richard Fucillo stands in front of the State House.

Richard Fucillo in front of the MA statehouse.

[Photo] A Lion Speaks Tonight — Episode 04: Richard Fucillo

Published March 17, 2021

Richard Fucillo in front of the MA statehouse.

Lucia Thorne showing her new tattoo.

[Photo] Emerson student launches tattoo business

Published February 17, 2021

Lucia Thorne showing her new tattoo.

The Office of Student Accessibility Services is currently working remotely.

[Photo] Students with learning disabilities face hybrid learning difficulties

Published February 18, 2021

The Office of Student Accessibility Services is currently working remotely.

The main entrance of the Walgreens in downtown Boston.

[Photo] College maintains flu shot policy despite state reversal

Published January 27, 2021

The main entrance of the Walgreens in downtown Boston.

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