The Berkeley Beacon

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Wapman remembered for loyalty and compassion

His family, with the assistance of affiliated faculty member Janeann Dill, is establishing the Miles Wapman Scholarship Fund in memory of the senior visual and media arts major.
Lifestyle

Students use finstas to find privacy

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It all began with a photo of her friend, a playful quip about the Emerson soccer team, and a declaration that she wouldn’t post again. One day later, she broke that promise.
Lifestyle

"She persisted." He put it on a shirt

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Late on the evening of Feb. 7, Matt Rudinski, ‘12, was scrolling through his Twitter feed. On this seemingly quiet night, Rudinski found an uproar. Liberals were angry, and they had a new rallying cry. And Rudinski decided he had a role to play. “Nevertheless, she persisted.”
Sports

Athletics shuts down gym to dry floor

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The Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym was completely shut down Monday until at least the end of next week, athletics’ director of media relations Matt Ulrich said Wednesday.
Opinion

Pretending to be broke isn't cute

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In college, being broke is strangely glamorized.
Sports

Pizza and process: Council strives for higher attendance

Emerson’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council used an old classic—pizza—to attract fans for a January basketball doubleheader. But the pies weren’t the only draw.

News

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Journalism grad runs for Virginia state office
Emerson alumnus and political candidate Chris Hurst hasn’t held public office before, but that hasn’t stopped him from acting as a public servant.

Arts

Bright Lights to feature student short films
Students who dream of watching their work on the big screen can now see their short films screened before films like Arrival and Moonlight.

Lifestyle

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"She persisted." He put it on a shirt
Late on the evening of Feb. 7, Matt Rudinski, ‘12, was scrolling through his Twitter feed. On this seemingly quiet night, Rudinski found an uproar. Liberals were angry, and they had a new rallying cry. And Rudinski decided he had a role to play. “Nevertheless, she persisted.”

Sports

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Athletics shuts down gym to dry floor
The Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym was completely shut down Monday until at least the end of next week, athletics’ director of media relations Matt Ulrich said Wednesday.