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Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Elvis Chen catches the frisbee during a team practice.

Skunks end fall season as regional champions

By Domenic Conte, Sports Columnist
November 7, 2019

In their final possessions as members of the Emerson Skunks, senior captain Kate Nelson reeled in a pass from junior co-captain Cameron Barth for the game-winning score this past Sunday, capturing the...

Director of Student Leadership Jason Meier

SEAL offers affiliation training workshops to independent organizations

By Diana Bravo, Copyeditor/Photographer
October 23, 2019

Several student leaders expressed appreciation for the Student Engagement and Leadership Office's workshops helping independent organizations navigate the path toward affiliation. Emerson Ultimate Frisbee...

Kate Nelson (second row, fourth from left) joined the Emerson Skunks three years ago. Greyson Acquaviva / Beacon Staff

Emerson Skunks earn school affiliated org status

By Domenic Conte, Sports Columnist
September 17, 2019

Senior captain Kate Nelson of the Emerson Skunks, the school’s ultimate disc program, remembers the rough times of traveling to tournaments with the team during her first season three years ago. “My...

The Emerson Skunks lost in the semifinals of the Huck for Hope charity tournament on Sunday. Photo by Domenic Conte / Beacon Staff

Emerson Skunks compete in ‘Huck for Hope’ charity tournament

By Domenic Conte, Sports Columnist
April 8, 2019

The college’s ultimate disc club, the Emerson Skunks, participated in the sixth annual Huck for Hope charity tournament on Sunday at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Skunks and four...

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