The Berkeley Beacon

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Emerson releases new visual identity amid controversy

Emerson College introduced its new logo and graphic identity for the school in a meeting last Tuesday.
Opinion

Summer preview: Combatting white noise in America

Silence is a tool of oppression, and by keeping quiet, white liberals further oppress those they seek not to offend.
Opinion

Summer Preview: Putting women in first gear

However, when faced with the question of who’s driving us, we should also consider who isn’t.
Lifestyle

Love column: Removing stigma through discovery

I masturbate with the same regularity that I wash my sheets—every other week, unless I find myself with some extra time and a need to randomly throw a load of linens in the washing machine. Just like laundry, self-stimulation differs greatly based on the person.
Arts

Senior's thesis play reflects on Boston bombings

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Emily White said she based Lockdown on her own experiences in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, during her freshman year.
Opinion

Strangers in the streets, buddies in the Tweets

The closeness we feel to followers and virtual confidants isn’t real because it has no air to breathe, only a heart to “favorite.”

News

Community mourns VMA student, fraternity brother
“Please keep Jack’s family and friends in your thoughts during this very difficult time,” said Pelton in the email.

Arts

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Summer Preview: Literary Column
The literary column has got you covered. It’ll look at what’s culturally and critically relevant, but with the background of classic literature in mind.

Opinion

Summer preview: Combatting white noise in America
Silence is a tool of oppression, and by keeping quiet, white liberals further oppress those they seek not to offend.

Lifestyle

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Year in review: Entrepreneurial enterprise projects
If you find yourself crunching on gourmet, customized trail mix while reading a new Spanish-language magazine in a Boston greenspace, make sure to document it on a new app.

Sports

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Year in review: Mixed results for Lions
As Emerson finishes up its third year in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference, some programs are starting to break ground, while others are still looking for their first conference win. This piece highlights the accomplishments of certain squads, ranging from a postseason tournament championship crowning of the women's soccer team, to the college's first NEWMAC playoff victory in men's basketball.