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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

Conversation with Silvia Moreno Garcia: the “golden age of social horror”

Conversation with Silvia Moreno Garcia: the “golden age of social horror”

October 11, 2023

New York Times bestselling author, editor, and publisher Silvia Moreno-Garcia engaged in a conversation at the Boston Public Library to discuss her latest...

Eric Gordon, executive director of the Engagement Lab and professor

New initiative ‘Transforming Narratives of Gun Violence’ launches two undergraduate courses

December 2, 2021

Emerson’s Engagement Lab is launching a new three-year initiative titled “Transforming Narratives of Gun Violence” in partnership with Massachusetts...

The art installation, What Do We Have In Common, on the Boston Common.

End of Boston Common Art Installation leaves behind conversations on ownership

October 28, 2021

The public art installation “What Do We Have in Common?” concluded its run on Boston Common Sunday after a month of prompting passersby with questions...

What do we have in Common installation in the Boston Common.

‘What Do We Have In Common?’ Art Installation seeks to provoke thought

September 30, 2021

Friends of the Public Garden teamed up with NOW + THERE to celebrate their 50th anniversary with a public art piece titled “What Do We Have In Common?”...

It’s not that international students don’t know anything about U.S. politics—but that we are still learning. Photo Illustration by Cassandra Martinez / Beacon Staff

Asking is best policy for international students

March 29, 2018

When talking with my Emerson friends, I dread the inevitable moment when U.S. politics come up in conversation, because I know I will have nothing to say....