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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

SGA Board of Trustees Representative Raz Moayed plans to deliver a presentation based on student concerns to the Board of Trustees on March 9. Chris Van Buskirk // Berkeley Beacon

SGA discusses plan for Board of Trustees meeting

By Chris Van Buskirk
Published February 7, 2018

The Student Government Association’s Board of Trustee representative wanted to know if SGA members had seen any change in their respective programs...

Faculty assembly votes for permanent cultural competency committee

By Max Reyes
Published January 24, 2018

Faculty assembly voted to form a permanent committee dedicated to educating staff and students on cultural competency and making the curriculum more inclusive...

Breaking the silence, breaking the mold

Breaking the silence, breaking the mold

By Editorial Board
Published December 7, 2017

At issue: Marginalized voices are speaking out Our take: The Beacon should amplify these voices No American woman has been selected as Time magazine’s...

Letter to the Editor: Faculty Council responds to Lowrie memo and student protests

Published November 15, 2017

Faculty Council recently met with President Lee Pelton, Provost Michaele Whelan, and VP of Diversity and Inclusion Sylvia Spears to discuss the student...

Faculty poured out into the hallway for more space at the Ad-Hoc Committee on Cultural Competency meeting on Thursday.
ISHA MARATHE / BEACON CORRESPONDENT

Ad-Hoc Committee meeting addresses protest demands

By Isha Marathe
Published November 8, 2017

Over 100 faculty members, staff, and students gathered to discuss demands of the #ThisIsEmerson student-led protest, many expressing a lack of...

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