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Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

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Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

The Berkeley Beacon

Senior Associate Vice President of Human Resources Shari Stier will leave Emerson to take a position at Fenway Health. (photo courtesy of Fenway Health)

Senior Associate Vice President of Human Resources to leave Emerson for Fenway Health

By Vivi Smilgius
Published February 15, 2022

Emerson Senior Associate Vice President of Human Resources announced she will leave the college on Mar. 4 to start a new position in the Boston area. Shari...

What choice are parents left with if they or their child suffers from a minor sickness that continues past the mandated 12 weeks in Emerson’s current policy? / Illustration by Ally Rzesa

Op-ed: Parental leave policies don’t support families’ needs

By Diti Kohli, Print Designer
Published March 27, 2019

Teary-eyed and six months pregnant, Emerson program manager Nicole Martignetti held her belly gently. After quietly shutting her office door, she recalled...

About 70 staff union members lined the hallway elbow-to-elbow on the lower level of the Max Mutchnick Campus Center while college administrators entered room L-151 for a contract negotiation with the union’s bargaining committee in April. Chris Van Buskirk / Beacon Archive.

College rolls out demands from staff union

By Maya Gacina
Published October 10, 2018

The college began distributing the demands and benefits listed in the collective bargaining agreement or contract with Emerson’s staff union after ratification...

Emersons Title IX office.

Title IX office takes down job posting, position remains vacant

By Riane Roldan
Published October 10, 2018

The Title IX Office removed the job posting for the lead investigator position after two potential candidates for the position took jobs elsewhere, according...

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