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The mens volleyball season ended with a hard-fought and emotional loss to Wentworth.

Men’s volleyball falls to Wentworth in heartbreaking semifinals.

By Jason Tulchin, Assistant Sports Editor
April 20, 2023

The Emerson men’s volleyball team ended a run ten years in the making, closing out their journey across the competitive 2022-2023 GNAC lineup with a hard-fought final loss to the Wentworth Institute...

The Emerson Mens volleyball team poses with friends and family following their Senior Day game

Lions take split victory against Colby-Sawyer in Senior Day doubleheader

By Jason Tulchin, Assistant Sports Editor
March 29, 2023

The Emerson men’s volleyball team went 1-1 underneath the lights of the Bobbi Brown & Steven Plofker Gym this past Saturday. The doubleheader against the Wentworth Leopards and Colby-Sawyer Chargers...

First-year PG Jacob Armant drives through the Fighting Scots defense.

Basketball doubleheader yields wins for men’s and women’s squads

By Leo Kagan and Jordan Pagkalinawan
November 10, 2022

The Emerson men’s and women’s basketball teams each secured season-opening victories Tuesday night—the men steamrolled Gordon College 95-51 and the women defeated Wentworth 71-64. Playing back-to-back...

“Building Hope in an Era of Uncertainty” featured multiple Venezuelan speakers, such as Miguel Angel Santos from Harvard University. Tomas Gonzalez / Beacon Staff

Emerson students help organize panel on Venezuelan crisis

By Tomas Gonzalez, Staff Writer/Photographer
April 3, 2019

Freshman Diana Mucchiut felt scared when she could not reach her mother on the phone during the first of many major power outages that started occurring in Venezuela since March 7. “I was used to...

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