The Berkeley Beacon

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

THREAD aims to publish EC script writers

Have you written a movie you think has potential to be the next Brokeback Mountain? Maybe you...

Viewpoints from Israel: speakers at Emerson

Emerson Hillel, a Jewish student organization, is co-sponsoring a visit from independent...

Student seeks SGA funds to film Indian artists

The piece is capped with acrobatic dancing, breathy vocals and precise drumming.,Six men's...

High art, low key: Davis Square is a hot spot

Next time you are bored of shopping on Newbury Street again, or want to pass the time on a lazy...

New club on campus stretches mind and body

Annie Testa, a junior video production and performance major, helped found the Emerson College...

Social justice: Coffee and chocolates for all

The air was filled with the aroma of fresh-brewed coffee. Round tables filled the room,...

Save the last dance for the Cutler Majestic

The sprawling stage of Emerson's Cutler Majestic Theatre has been home to many creative...

Student International Festival reaches out to the Emerson community with food and fun

From 5 to 7 p.m., students can groove to global beats and nosh on ethnic eats as well as see...

Season of love: Will you sign a lease with me?

It is the time of year when students have to ask the big question: will you be my roommate? In...

Chinatown celebrates traditional New Year

Its metallic body snaked onto a stage constructed at the intersection of Essex and Harrison...

Something different for Valentine#039;s Day

Remember Valentine's Day when you were a kid? All it took to make your friends feel loved and...

Swizzle and spit: Boston#039;s annual Wine Expo

While high ticket prices ($60-$70) may have kept many students away, this did not necessarily...

Resolution #109: Cook at home more often

You are ready to resolve to stop making resolutions. You'd love to save money and shed pounds...

Professor publishes quot;perspectivequot; poetry book

Strobe lights flashed in a Boston nightclub, illuminating dancing bodies and striking the...

Free for the Weekend offers a drug-free deal

This week, the student, faculty and business project Free for the Weekend is having its 10th...