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Emerson College's student newspaper

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Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

A sign on the window of Emersons coronavirus testing site at Tufts Medical Center.

Emerson reports four COVID-19 cases on Friday

By Adri Pray, Content Managing Editor
March 25, 2022

On Friday, Emerson reported four COVID-19 cases of the 515 tests administered, setting the daily positivity rate at 0.78 percent. The college also adjusted Thursday’s numbers to reflect four cases...

Students entering the dining hall.

Campus facilities, meeting spaces and dining to reopen Jan. 24

By Frankie Rowley, Content Managing Editor
January 23, 2022

The fitness center, dining facilities, and on-campus meeting spaces will be open for in-person operations beginning Jan. 24, announced college officials in a Sunday morning email.  The email, sent...

A meeting of professor Nancy Allens Plagues and Pandemics course in the fall semester.

Hybrid class format earns mixed reviews from students

By Alec Klusza, Assistant News Editor
November 30, 2020

On the tail end of Emerson’s first semester under pandemic-era restrictions, students’ reaction to the hybrid model—sold by administrators as a substantive replacement for traditional in-person learning—has...

Students walk to The Little Building in the snow

Lens: Snow envelops the Emerson campus for first time this year

By Tomas Gonzalez, Staff Writer/Photographer
October 30, 2020

Just one day before Halloween, more than an inch of snow enveloped Emerson’s campus for the first time this season. The white layer covered the Norman Lear statue, the sidewalk by the dining hall,...

The college illuminated Little Building with artwork and messages celebrating the graduating class of 2020 on Saturday. The display will run for two weeks.

College lights up Little Building in honor of graduating students

By Diana Bravo and Dylan Rossiter
May 16, 2020

A series of messages and artwork lit up the Little Building Saturday night to honor the Class of 2020.  The 11-story art installation titled “One Emerson” included a video message from President...

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