The Berkeley Beacon

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Special Section: Surveying Emerson's Climate

Explore the results from Emerson's first comprehensive climate survey, which found that many students felt sexual assault prevention training was lacking, and that there were strong racial divides in their sense of belonging.
News Changes at WERS

Journalism professors seek to bolster WERS news department

After students and alumni spoke out about campus radio station WERS reducing resources for news coverage, journalism professors met with station management to discuss giving undergraduates more reporting opportunities.
Opinion

Hulu show doesn't do Emerson (social) justice

Beyond its insensitivity, the biggest artistic failure of “Resident Advisors”—filmed at Emerson Los Angeles—is being unfunny.
Feature

Lions struggle to become king of the urban jungle

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The college’s new, permanent athletic facilities may be more convenient, but they’re not perfect, as they’ve presented a slew of new problems for athletes and coaches alike.
Lifestyle

Freshman draws in success with creative illustrations

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Freshman Jenna Miller's career in illustration began in 2013, when she was a senior in high school, and has now led to two published books.
Opinion

Hillary has her flaws, but she’s equality’s best bet

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Hillary Clinton demonstrates that we have progress to make, even within the world of feminism.

Arts

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Sitcom in session
“Natalia had the idea to do a show about resident advisors, so she called me,” Reid, 31, said in a phone interview. “I will just say there are some more shocking elements from the pilot that were inspired by things I actually had to deal with, and I did not deal with them as gracefully as the RAs in the show do.”

Lifestyle

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Freshman draws in success with creative illustrations
Freshman Jenna Miller's career in illustration began in 2013, when she was a senior in high school, and has now led to two published books.

Sports

NEWMAC News: Spring season wrap-up
For the second straight year, no spring sports will qualify for the NEWMAC playoffs.