The Berkeley Beacon

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Visitor Center to move from alley to Boylston Street

Formerly located at 10 Boylston Pl., Emerson’s Visitor Center will move to 104 Boylston Street at the end of the month.
Feature

Department says NEWMAC success within sight

Nearly four years ago, Emerson College was voted into the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference as its 11th member. The move was a step up for the Lions, advancing out of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference to compete with national championship-caliber teams.
Opinion

Swipe right for feminism

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I am not only safe, I am powerful.
Lifestyle

Alum turns real life into comedic sketches

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Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin sit side-by-side on a couch in their apartment set, under a sign made from Post-It Notes on the wall behind them that reads “Just Between Us” in glittery letters. Raskin holds a card with a viewer question and reads, “Am I a lesbian or am I just lonely?” The question never gets answered—this is a typical episode of Just Between Us.
News

New space for students to relax in Campus Center

The college opened its Reflection Room on Tuesday in the Campus Center to provide students with a quiet space for relaxation and meditation.
Arts

Busy Lizzie: EmStage opens season with conscious comedy

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Lizzie Stranton is a play written by Lydia Diamond, in which the titular character enacts a plan of no sex until the world’s leaders declare peace.

Arts

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Busy Lizzie: EmStage opens season with conscious comedy
Lizzie Stranton is a play written by Lydia Diamond, in which the titular character enacts a plan of no sex until the world’s leaders declare peace.

Lifestyle

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Alum turns real life into comedic sketches
Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin sit side-by-side on a couch in their apartment set, under a sign made from Post-It Notes on the wall behind them that reads “Just Between Us” in glittery letters. Raskin holds a card with a viewer question and reads, “Am I a lesbian or am I just lonely?” The question never gets answered—this is a typical episode of Just Between Us.

Sports

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NEWMAC Notebook: teams push for playoff spots
Sitting in the middle of the pack with the final month of the regular season underway, both Emerson’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will be left biting their nails as results stream in from across the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference over the next two weeks.