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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

Campus dining retail locations to open Jan. 17

Campus dining retail locations to open Jan. 17

By Frankie Rowley
Published January 12, 2022

Emerson’s campus dining retail locations will reopen on Jan. 17 in accordance with students’ return to in-person classes on Jan. 18.  According...

The C-Store in the Max Cafe sells food and non-food items for a higher price compared to nearby stores. Photo by Tivara Tanudjaja

Some C-Store prices max out CVS and Target

By Lily Hartenstein
Published October 24, 2018

Several items for sale at the C-Store in the Max Cafe cost more than those at other stores in the Theater District. For example, a bottled Starbucks...

According to the Sustainable Emerson Facebook page, Emerson’s recycling rate last spring ranked No. 141 out of 150 colleges and universities in the nation. • Abbey Finn / Beacon Correspondent

College seeks to redeem recycling and composting rates

By Kaitlyn Bryson
Published October 10, 2018

Emerson came in last place in a recycling competition against five other Boston colleges and universities last spring. This semester, the Sustainability...

C-Store relocates to Max Cafe

By Riley Walberg
Published October 2, 2017

The Emerson C-Store offers a wide variety of snacks options for students—from potato chips to sushi—at its new location in the Max Mutchnick Campus...

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