The Berkeley Beacon

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Ludman to retire after nearly four decades at Emerson

Ronald Ludman, who has been Emerson’s dean of students for 33 years, will retire at the end of June, according to a campuswide email from President M. Lee Pelton.
Feature Boston Campus: Construction and Renovation

The end of an era: Emerson says goodbye to Sweetwater

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The reverberation of jovial, beer-soaked banter in the Boylston alley will be replaced with the roar of demolition.
Arts

Diverse mix at 15th annual Emerson Student Film Festival

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Fourteen short films were presented by Emerson at its annual film festival, held on March 22, and three were honored with awards.
Opinion

Would-be cougars receive brunt of sexist blame

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“Cougar” attaches a stigma to the kinds of relationships that have been normal for men to practice for years.
Lifestyle

Dix Picks: Appropriation of the baby hair aesthetic

When high fashion designers place previously scorned looks on a runway, a magazine cover, or even a white body, they attempt to be fashion-forward, intelligent, and original.
Sports

Freshman stabilizes Lions in both aspects of the game

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In volleyball, players tend to specialize in offense or defense. Freshman Nick Rusk, however, is a bit of an oddity: He’s second on the team in both kills and digs, which he credits to his beach volleyball experience.

Arts

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Diverse mix at 15th annual Emerson Student Film Festival
Fourteen short films were presented by Emerson at its annual film festival, held on March 22, and three were honored with awards.

Opinion

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Would-be cougars receive brunt of sexist blame
“Cougar” attaches a stigma to the kinds of relationships that have been normal for men to practice for years.

Lifestyle

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Potential nonprofit hopes to connect students with city youth
"I don't see enough engagement in Boston between the city and Emerson students."-Sophomore interdisciplinary major Xia Rondeau

Sports

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Freshman stabilizes Lions in both aspects of the game
In volleyball, players tend to specialize in offense or defense. Freshman Nick Rusk, however, is a bit of an oddity: He’s second on the team in both kills and digs, which he credits to his beach volleyball experience.