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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

Mike Cantalupo 15 interviewing his first subject, Joane Rogers, in his docuseries Centenarians

Mike Cantalupo ‘15 creates docuseries highlighting the value of elders’ wisdom

By Christina Horacio
Published November 13, 2020

Video journalist Mike Cantalupo ‘15 explored the experiences of old souls, specifically those who are or exceed 100 years of age, in his new docuseries...

Ryan Bartlett hosting his Wednesday night show Wicked Local Wednesday at the co-curricular WERS. Cullen Grazen / Beacon Staff

College changes co-curricular registration process

By Kaitlyn Mettetal
Published September 19, 2018

The college overhauled the registration process for redeeming non-tuition credits through co-curricular organizations this fall after deciding the previous...

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