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Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Boylston Street was blanketed in snow on Saturday.

Boston ‘warm and welcoming’ amid record-breaking blizzard

By Bailey Allen, Deputy Enterprise Editor
February 3, 2022

Emerson students witnessed a winter storm of a magnitude not seen in New England in years, dropping nearly two feet of snow over the weekend and enveloping the Boston campus in white-out conditions.  Saturday’s...

10 festive films to get you into the holiday spirit

10 festive films to get you into the holiday spirit

By Rachel Hackam
December 14, 2021

As the fall semester comes to a close, the long anticipated winter break we all deserve is only days away. Here is a list of ten classic, snuggle-inducing movies to watch while enjoying your time off during...

Boston, MA: December 8, 2021 – First-year students Ellie McCabe and Emma Paiva take a selfie on Boston Common in the snow Wednesday night.

First snow of season brings students end-of-semester joy

By Bailey Allen, Deputy Enterprise Editor
December 9, 2021

Starting around 9 p.m. Wednesday night, a thin blanket of snow dusted Boston Common, prompting Emerson students to venture outside and experience the first real snow of the season. Bundled up in...

A group of friends walking through the Boston Common during the first noreaster of 2020.

Emerson moves pre-10 a.m. courses online Tuesday

By Charlie McKenna
February 1, 2021

Emerson will hold all in-person classes before 10 a.m. Tuesday via Zoom as a nor’easter continues to pummel the city of Boston with snow, rain, and high winds.  The decision was announced via a Monday...

Snow engulfing Boston Common.

Nor’easter envelops Emerson’s Boston campus

By Alec Klusza, Assistant News Editor
February 1, 2021

A nor'easter pummeling Massachusetts is estimated to engulf some areas of the state in up to 18 inches of snow, accompanied by upward of 45 miles per hour winds and coastal flooding.    Snow began...

The Boylston and Tremont intersection covered by snow

When Halloween looks a lot more like Christmas

By Frankie Rowley, Content Managing Editor
October 30, 2020

Boston Common transformed into a pre-winter wonderland Friday morning as the first snowfall of the season made its way through the city. About one to three inches of fresh, powdery snow covered the...

Students walk to The Little Building in the snow

Lens: Snow envelops the Emerson campus for first time this year

By Tomas Gonzalez, Staff Writer/Photographer
October 30, 2020

Just one day before Halloween, more than an inch of snow enveloped Emerson’s campus for the first time this season. The white layer covered the Norman Lear statue, the sidewalk by the dining hall,...

A snow blower clears the way for students to walk in the 2 Boylston Place alley.

Welcome back to the reality of living in Boston

By Chris Van Buskirk, Contributing Reporter
January 18, 2020

Light snow blanketed downtown Boston Saturday as students and residents experienced a renewed winter wonderland following a weekend of spring-like temperatures. A forecast for the night detailed...

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