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Vibrant art installation in 172 Tremont honors indigenous peoples

Vibrant art installation in 172 Tremont honors indigenous peoples

By Mariyam Quaisar, Editor-at-large
September 2, 2021

Students entering 172 Tremont this semester will be greeted by a new 13-foot piece of art, installed in July, that intends to signify the importance of inclusivity and equity through brightly colored statements...

172 Tremont building.

172 Tremont delays reopening to Jan. 30

By Frankie Rowley, Content Managing Editor
January 4, 2021

Emerson announced Monday that 172 Tremont will have a weeklong delay in full reopening as COVID cases in Massachusetts continue to rise.  Josh Hamlin, director for campus centers, sent an email Monday...

Five E3 students created Brownies in a jar to sell for just $5 a piece with the baking ingredients included.

Marketing students sell $5 ‘Brownie In A Jar’ in Walker

By Mariyam Quaisar, Editor-at-large
October 26, 2020

After the closure of all campus kitchens due to COVID-19, the convenience of cooking in dorms disappeared. But worry not—a team of five Emerson students found a way to create delicious baked brownies...

A small memorial for Josh Hamfin took the place of Hamfins tank after his passing last week.

Campus center mourns loss of pet betta fish

By Domenic Conte, Sports Columnist
February 20, 2020

The 172 Tremont Building lost a member of its community last week when the three-year-old pet betta fish Josh Hamfin was found dead in his tank on the operations assistant’s desk in the lobby of the...

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Campus Center could close early due to minimal usage after midnight

By Dana Gerber, News Editor
January 15, 2020

Operating hours of the 172 Tremont St. campus center remain in question after the college observed minimal student access past midnight.  Director for Campus Centers Josh Hamlin said in a phone interview...

Senior Joe Scardilli grew up drawing—now he works for the SEAL office sketching memes on the new walls of 172 Tremont St. Courtesy of Joe Scardilli

Senior turns pop culture memes into on-campus job

By Emily Cardona
September 27, 2019

The faint scent of dry erase markers constantly lingers in the rooms of 172 Tremont St. ever since the college hired senior comedic arts major Joe Scardilli to create pop culture and meme illustrations...

The EVVYs welcome students into their new office space in 172 Tremont St. Christopher Van Buskirk / Beacon Staff

172 Tremont opens with new collaborative student spaces

By Jacob Seitz, Staff Writer
September 3, 2019

Emerson College’s new multipurpose building at 172 Tremont St. officially opened on Monday—the building was under construction, and the opening was delayed for most of spring 2019. Approximately...

Editorial: Leaving our past in the Piano Row basement

Editorial: Leaving our past in the Piano Row basement

By Editorial Board
April 18, 2019

At Issue: A moment of self-reflection before we relocate Our Take: There's still work to be done Starting this fall, the Beacon will occupy a new office at 172 Tremont St. With this transition, we...

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Expected opening for The Commons at 172 Tremont St. pushed to May

By Anissa Gardizy
February 22, 2019

The Commons at 172 Tremont St. will not open for use this semester contrary to the initial projection from college officials that the building would open for students by spring 2019. The college initially...

Beacon Podcast: Permits detail budget increase for 172 Tremont

Beacon Podcast: Permits detail budget increase for 172 Tremont

January 18, 2019

Interior renovations to The Commons at 172 Tremont St. tacked on $1.1 million more than the college initially anticipated, according to City of Boston public records. News editor Chris Van Buskirk joins...

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172 Tremont name ‘The Commons’ remains unofficial

By Frances Hui
November 28, 2018

The Commons at 172 Tremont St. still does not have an official name, according to a college official. “The Commons is a working title that college leaders adopted as a way to describe the purpose...

Interior construction on The Commons should begin by the end of the week. 

New building fails to qualify as green building

By Maya Gacina
April 16, 2018

The 172 Tremont St. building, acquired by the college in November, will not meet environmental standards to qualify as a green building. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is a rating system...

College reveals 172 Tremont floor plans

College reveals 172 Tremont floor plans

By Parker Purifoy, Emerson '21
March 29, 2018

The floor plans for the 172 Tremont St. building include 13 meeting spaces and only four private offices for student organizations. But the administration said it’s open to student input. On March...

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