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The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Following a season in which the Emerson women’s and men’s cross country teams placed 16th and 30th in the Division III East Regionals respectively, the Lions’ three captains now direct their attention to cultivating a welcoming and development-focused environment. 

Men’s and women’s cross country captains gear up for their final tours as Lions

By Jason Tulchin, Deputy Sports Editor
September 18, 2022

Following a season in which the Emerson women’s and men’s cross country teams placed 16th and 30th in the Division III East Regionals respectively, the Lions’ three captains now direct their attention...

Runners cross the Boston Marathons finish line at Copley Square.

‘It’s just a party’: Boston Marathon returns after 910 day absence

By Adri Pray, News Editor
October 16, 2021

Family, friends, and spectators alike lined the twenty-six mile route of the Boston Marathon on Monday, yet another glimpse of normalcy as the city continues its recovery from the effects of the pandemic. Usually...

Brendan has raised over $10,000 for the Cam Neely Foundation, a foundation that helps provide support for cancer patients and their families. Photo by Anna Moon / Beacon Correspondent

Freshman fundraises to run Boston Marathon for brother with cancer

By Kyle Bray, Former Managing Editor: Visual and Design
January 30, 2019

Freshman Brendan Beauregard will never forget how he spent the day on Sept. 15, 2017. Sitting in the living room of his family home in Medfield, Mass. texting his friends, he received a life-changing...

Even during evening runs on the Common, I find myself locating stores, lit areas, and clusters of people to run to if I’m ever in danger. / Illustration by Ally Rzesa

Op-ed: Exercise for women shouldn’t come with threats

By Katie Schmidt
October 11, 2018

Two summers ago a man in a car followed me while I jogged in my neighborhood. After two instances where he insisted I stop running and speak to him, I fled to my former high school's  swimming pool,...

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