The Berkeley Beacon

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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A sit-down with Emerson alum Graham Wright

The Berkeley Beacon's exclusive Q&A with Emerson alum, and Morton Downey Jr. Movie producer, Graham Wright.

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The Father Of Trash TV

Arts Editor Jason Madanjian reviews Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie.

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Drawn that way

Visual and media arts majors with a concentration in animation talk about their hopes and struggles with classes and the animation field.

Not caring is caring: refusing music awards

Music columnist Nina Corcoran talks about the politics behind accepting music awards.

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Amigos celebrate Latin America Month with dance, music, and food in Cabaret

Amigos and the Multicultural Student Affairs provide students the food and music to celebrate Latin America Month.

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'Hollow' helps pioneer interactive documentary genre

Hollow: An Interactive Documentary, lets the residents of a poor county shape the dialogue of their community.

Over the rainbow into IMAX 3D

Jasper Yeo looks back on a classic film with a fresh coat of paint.

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Holland Farkas: professional fangirl

Holland Farkas, an Emerson junior, takes the internet by storm with her geeky blog.

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"Poetry Project" serves fresh performances in DH

"The best part of performing is interacting with the audience and seeing the words hit home."

In defense of first-year writing classes

Arts columnist Blake Campbell comes to the defense of the often criticized first-year writing classes.

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Udderly intriguing: doc highlights cow dung as renewable energy

2012 Emerson grad Allison Gillette highlights renewable energy alternative in documentary.

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columbinus: heartbreak worth reliving

Jason Madanjian reviews columbinus, ArtsEmerson's premiere show for their fourth season.

Eight rockin' back-to-school lessons from School of Rock

Columnist Nina Corcoran gives you eight life lessons from Jack Black's School of Rock, still rocking a decade after debuting in theaters.

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Conservative Arts pledges hilarity, political satire

Ricky Downes III created Conservative Arts, a political satire television pilot that's part Colbert Report and part Spongebob Squarepants.

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Welch lights up the New Orleans poetry scene

Senior Donnie Welch mixes social media with slam poetry down in New Orleans.