The Berkeley Beacon

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


Mag to choose new scaffolding artist

During the summer, the Little Building scaffolding got a makeover. This interactive work done by artist John Powell, overseen by the visual and media arts department, was the catalyst for Gauge Magazine’s “Outside” text/walk contest.


A splitting headache

For the second year in a row, the college hosted a brain dissection by Jagaroo, an Emerson professor and cognitive neuroscientist.


Professionals present publishing pointers

Sponsored by Career Services and Undergraduate Students for Publishing, the panel in the Bill Bordy Theater consisted of four Emerson alumni who shared their experiences and advice for Emerson students interested in publishing.


Hempsters hope for sustainable future

Earth Emerson and Emerson Reform teamed up to host Hemposium, an educational event to spread awareness and appreciation for hemp.


New org to fill health comm niche

As a result, she and some of her peers created the student-run group The Health Agency in September.


Feminist panel hopes to stomp out stereotypes

Three feminist activists will discuss their work, how they see their missions as feminists, and why they do what they do during the panel “How Does Feminism Inform Your Activism?” today, Nov. 8.


Mustaches make money for men's health

Emerson’s branch of the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE), hosted a fundraising event last Thursday to officially kick off the start of ‘Movember.”

Best of food trucks

With all the mobile kitchens zipping downtown, it can be difficult to discern which ones are cooking meals that are good for both body and wallet.


Column connects student to home

Hulbert, a freshman writing, literature, and publishing major, writes a column, “The Freshman,” twice a month about her Emerson experience for her hometown newspaper, The Daily Breeze.

Costume dos and don’ts

Remember to keep your costume just as practical as it is fun. Here are some guidelines for successful Halloween dressing.


Students march to a BC beat

Socolosky joined BC’s “Screaming Eagles” Marching Band this year through its partner school program, which allows her and 13 other students from schools around Boston play with BC students.


New groups find their voices

Two singing groups, Achoired Taste and Treble Makers, were formed to give more students the chance to share their voices.


Tricks, treats, and trembles in the Cabaret

In the midst of a city that beckons partygoers and trick-or-treaters alike, the horrors of collegiate costumes and dangerous drinking can become a reality for some students on Halloween night.

Striking a balance

From the ripe age of three, my mother used to tell me, “Pan metron ariston” — a Greek proverb meaning “Balance is right.”


So you think you can cook?

At the dining hall, some students take cuisine creativity into their own hands. Piling plates with bizarre combinations or making art sculptures out of ice cream sundaes, these budding chefs might want to think about becoming contestants for a new Emerson show in the works: Dining Hall Star.