The Berkeley Beacon

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Snowstorm forces Emerson to cancel classes for second day

After a major blizzard deluged Boston with over 20 inches of snow, Emerson has canceled classes for a second day in a row on Wednesday. All campus eateries will open by 10 a.m.
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Arts

What to watch during the snow day

Nothing warms a snowed-in college student like the warm glow of a television. Here are The Berkeley Beacon’s picks for the best way to spend your day off.
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Beyond

Scenes from the nor'easter

Even as endless snow and fierce winds shut down the city of Boston, residents were still out on Tuesday, walking their dogs and taking to Boston Common for a rare weekday opportunity to ski and sled.
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Arts

Morbid curiosity: Student filmmaker turns fear of death into art

Junior Alejandro Peña is afraid of death. Truly afraid; he said he can’t fly without being heavily medicated and gets anxious just watching the news. Yet with his latest film, death has become his muse.
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Opinion

Let’s get this straight

By considering your sexual experiences, your identity, and your actions the norm, you isolate and ostracize other sexual orientations.
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Lifestyle

A look into Emerson's program in Valencia, Spain

"Don't have this ethnocentric idea that America rules other countries and be willing to let go of your culture a bit and learn other cutures." - Junior Maddie Rojas Lynch

Lifestyle

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Through pageant, freshman hopes to promote gender equality
Gina Brazão, a freshman journalism major, is competing in this year’s Miss Boston and Miss Cambridge pageant on Feb. 8, aiming to shed light on gender equality with her platform promoting the United Nations initiative He For She.