The Berkeley Beacon

Thursday, October 27, 2016

LGBTQ+ column: Exploring the inner gay club culture

What makes queer clubs one of the best places to be is the freedom it gives all who enter.


Humans of Emerson documents students’ stories

“He made us feel like we each had stories to tell,” Howell said.

Style notes: In defense of outfit repeating

After seeing The Lizzie McGuire Movie in 2003, I was convinced outfit-repeating was a crime.


Mood magazine gives artists colorful direction

The design of the publication is simple, the art is varied, and there’s only one rule: create to the hue.


Dreaming in doodles towards a career in game design

Once her computer booted up, and a gaming or horror podcast sounded through her headphones, Lamb drew until she completed the piece—a total of five hours later.

Love Column: Giving up men for good

I knew I liked women, but I didn’t want to let go of also liking men.


New org focuses on self-care instead of self-promotion

“We wanted Stitch and Bitch to be a way to relieve the pressure for just a few hours,” Pollock said.


Emerson’s oldest magazine re-develops itself

"What we’re really trying to do here at DI is cancel the limits.”


Alum brings her creative talents to St. Francis house

“The perception that intelligence has something to do with homelessness is incorrect,” Buchanan said.


Bites with Becca: Recreating a family favorite

I grew up in America, but with a purebred Polish father, and I’ve been privy to his family’s food in small doses.


Socialist Alternative brings political passion to campus

When coming across flyers for the Socialist Alternative plastered throughout campus, one can only imagine that many students have misunderstandings about the group.


A friendship stitched together through embroidery

Two Emerson friends, Sara Barber and Ashley Dunn, have found a way to make easy money while doing something they call both relaxing and fun: embroidery.


An artist inspired by the underrated female form

Taylor Roberts, a junior visual and media arts major, needs only a small drawing pad and Photoshop to enter a world full of emotion and expression.

Queer questions: How to start the new year off right

I write this letter to you as one queer student to another in hopes of making your journey a bit easier than mine.