Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Two members of the student organization Earth Emerson.

Student organizations push political engagement on Election Day

By Ann E. Matica, Deputy News Editor
November 3, 2020

Cultural, spiritual, and advocacy student organizations on campus are preparing to host Election Day events tonight that will center around self-care, political conversation, and the incoming election...

Theyta, Emerson’s first non-binary club, created bracelets at their first official meeting.
Photo by Taina Millsap / Beacon Correspondent

Theyta creates community for non-binary students

By Taina Millsap, Staff Writer
December 2, 2018

Per request of the students, last names have been adjusted or not included due to privacy reasons. Non-binary students met at the Cultural Center for Theyta’s first official meeting on Nov. 17. Born...

Freshman William Rowley, Sara Hathaway, and Karthik Ramaswami all placed in the debate competition. • Courtesy of Sara Hathaway.

Roommates team up to take home first place at debate competition

By Lilly Milman
November 14, 2018

After their first college forensics team competition, freshman roommates Karthik Ramaswami and William Rowley pranced through the halls to get rid of their nervous jitters. The two beat over 50 other students...

EDITORIAL: Lets have our backs when others dont

EDITORIAL: Let’s have our backs when others don’t

By Editorial Board
November 8, 2018

  At issue: Supporting other student organizations Our take: All of our work deserves recognition One day after a contentious midterm election, President Donald Trump and CNN reporter Jim Acosta...

Junior Caroline King is the advocacy director for Generation Citizen: Emerson College.
Abby Noyes / Beacon Staff

Generation Citizen mobilizes high schoolers

By Ian Sloan
October 17, 2018

The organization Generation Citizen: Emerson College uses the energy of recent civic actions like March For Our Lives to teach energized students of Charlestown High School about their government and...

Load More Stories