The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, December 22, 2014


Students learn how to be better leaders

College will host the Emerson Leadership Academy for students on Oct. 5.


College collaborates with Colombian university

Dr. Tamera Marko, director of Emerson’s first-year writing program, has been working with professor Edgar Arroyo Castro, dean of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Medellin, through a program called Proyecto Boston Medellin, which connects Emerson and other schools with Colombia.

Across the Pond

Buckley discusses adjusting to a new culture


Dreams of flying fulfilled for handicapped

Junior Max Clary helped create flying opportunities for people who do not have the use of their legs.


Upcoming campus mag plans LGBT focus

VENT, which is planned to formally launch in December, will focus on a variety of topics such as news, art, music and fashion, according to Diaz.


Slam poet advocates for expression and acceptance

Gómez will be visiting the college and showcasing his poetry talents at an event open to the Emerson community

Event entertains with comedy and cacti

Emerson Mane Events hosts EME-Palooza


Fair connects students to service

Emerson organizations host volunteer fair to get students involved throughout the city.

Health Matters: Live well on the go

Beacon health columnist gives tips and tricks for eating healthy and staying active on the go.


College creates a more sustainable community

Emerson implements a variety of new sustainability initiatives, including a new EcoRep program for students.

Love Notes

Beacon love columnists discusses the hook-up culture on campus.


Students respond to Sodexo

When students are asked about the dining hall food provided by Sodexo, one word is repeated over and over again: disappointing.

Emerson community creates a culture of consent

Campus implements a culture of consent initiative.


From Boston to the Boardwalk

Alumna and reigning Miss New Hampshire competes for Miss America in Atlantic City, NJ on Sept. 15.


Intern inspires Children's Hospital patients

Through junior Ben Whalen's work, he managed to brighten the lives of many terminally ill children.