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The Paramount residence hall will be used to house students potentially exposed to or ill with COVID-19 in the fall.

Paramount residence hall to be used as quarantine space for ill or exposed students

By Charlie McKenna
July 5, 2020

The college plans to use the Paramount residence hall as a quarantine and isolation space for students who have contracted or been exposed to COVID-19, an email sent to students Sunday afternoon with more...

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Abolishing admission fees could hurt student organizations

By Editorial Board
September 18, 2019

Editor's Note: Editor-in-chief Chris Van Buskirk did not contribute to or edit this editorial due to a conflict of interest.  At the Student Government Association’s Financial Advisory Board meeting...

Assistant Director of Housing Operations Kendra Stokes said the college is considering partnering with a storage company. Photo by Anissa Gardizy / Beacon Staff

College weighs partnership with moving companies

By Jenny Ferm
September 11, 2019

The college is considering partnering with moving storage companies for the upcoming school year for students to use over the summer, according to a college official.  Emerson students regularly use...

For the three required years of on-campus housing, it is reasonable to expect a setting aligned with the college’s established policies.

The sound of silence: longing for some peace and quiet

By Hannah Ebanks
January 24, 2018

I spent fall semester living in a castle, so I knew that coming back to the Boston would be a challenge. I was excited to move into the Colonial Building, luckily, with some good friends. Living in...

Preparing meals on the weekend provide a week’s worth of home-cooked comfort.

Bites with Becca: A lesson in loving leftovers

By Rebecca Szkutak
October 18, 2017

There's only one thing better than a home-cooked meal. I'm talking about the hero of brown bag lunches and impromptu sandwiches. It’s a blessing, it’s a lifesaver — I'm talking leftovers. Leftovers...

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