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The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

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

  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 on campus are adapting to new pandemic-era...

Beacon Podcast: College raises undergraduate tuition by 4 percent

Beacon Podcast: College raises undergraduate tuition by 4 percent

April 5, 2019

On March 21, the college announced a 4 percent increase to the undergraduate tuition for returning students. This increased the total cost of attendance to $66,256 per year—$2,556 more than the cost...

Beacon podcast: What to do in an on-campus elevator entrapment

Beacon podcast: What to do in an on-campus elevator entrapment

March 25, 2019

Five elevator entrapments occurred in the first two and a half months of spring 2019, and nine at the end of fall 2018, according to incident journals provided by the Emerson College Police Department. Enterprise...

Beacon Podcast: College operates with nine director-level vacancies

Beacon Podcast: College operates with nine director-level vacancies

February 20, 2019

A recent Beacon investigation found that the college operates with eight director-level vacancies in the administration. With the planned departure of Senior Associate Vice President for Real Estate Arthur...

Beacon Podcast: Title IX breakdown

Beacon Podcast: Title IX breakdown

February 10, 2019

Beacon reporters Abigail Hadfield and Tomas Gonzalez break down the process of filing a Title IX report and what a Title IX investigation would look like.

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