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Incident Journal

The Incident Journal is provided to the Beacon weekly by the Emerson College Police Department. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity, but not for content. Sunday, Feb. 12 Emerson College Police Department received a lost wallet containing a fraudulent ID card. Monday, Feb. 13 2 Boylston Place Residence Life staff requested...

Incident Journal
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Incident Journal

The Incident Journal is provided to the Beacon weekly by the Emerson College Police Department. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity, but not for content. Monday, Feb. 5 A student reported receiving packages from Amazon they did not order. Emerson College Police Department advised the student to contact the company, return...

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Incident Journal

The Incident Journal is provided to the Beacon weekly by the Emerson College Police Department. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity, but not for content. Thursday, Feb. 1 Emerson College Police Department responded to an activated smoke alarm in Walker Building. Facilities Management and Boston Fire Department responded and determined a faulty...

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Incident Journal

The Incident Journal is provided to the Beacon weekly by the Emerson College Police Department. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity, but not for content. Monday, Jan. 22 The Emerson College Police Department responded to a report of a burning smell inside Center Stage. Facilities Management and the Boston Fire Department...

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Editorial: This is the time for Title IX to improve

At issue: Changes in the Title IX department Our take: This is an opportunity for improvement Emerson announced in an email over winter break that they were in the market for a new Title IX Investigator. Pamela Ring, who was hired in 2015, left the college on Jan. 5 “to pursue private practice.” This opening...

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Letter to the Editor: Women’s basketball team responds to toxic masculinity op-ed

By The Women’s Basketball Team In the Beacon’s most recent issue, our former teammate and close friend, Kenna McCafferty, added her voice to the #MeToo movement. In her opinion article, she discussed the negative effects of toxic masculinity on both men and women and insightfully reflected on her own experiences within the Emerson Athletics Department. Her...

Students march against fascism in counter protest
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Students march against fascism in counter protest

By: Belen Dumont / Beacon Correspondent and Stephanie Purifoy / Beacon Correspondent Emerson students marched in small groups in the “Fight Supremacy 2.0” protest against the “Rally for the Republic” gathering in Boston Common on Saturday, Nov. 18, at noon. “Rally for the Republic,” was organized by conservative groups Resist Marxismand Boston Free Speech was centered at bandstand in the...

Lost in translation: cancelled Kasteel Well language program may launch in the spring
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Lost in translation: cancelled Kasteel Well language program may launch in the spring

By Annika Hom and Melissa Rosales  Low enrollment delayed a new intercultural language program at the Kasteel Well campus this semester, but the college will try to offer it again next spring. The program would offer Kasteel Well students the opportunity to take a European language course at a local Dutch university, Radboud University, with other...

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Letter to the Editor: Faculty Council responds to Lowrie memo and student protests

Faculty Council recently met with President Lee Pelton, Provost Michaele Whelan, and VP of Diversity and Inclusion Sylvia Spears to discuss the student protest and its aftermath. While we support Anthony Lowrie’s freedom of speech, his use of the official Faculty Council distribution list may have given the impression that his letter was the official...