The Berkeley Beacon

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Crime Log

This week's crime log.

SGA boosts Kidding Around budget

Kidding Around, a student theater company for young audiences, will have more funds for their spring productions after the Student Government Association granted them an extra $1,725 last Thursday.

SGA grants fashion funds

At their meeting on Tuesday, the Student Government Association granted appeals to a number of student organizations to help them fund fashion shows and trips to both western Massachusetts and the West Coast.

Global summit draws international academics

Distinguished journalist-in-residence Carole Simpson opened the second Global Summit on politics, sports, and civic engagement in a “State of the Race” address in which she said the American electorate had entered the Twilight Zone.


College celebrates mental health

Kellie Fuller, director of enrollment services and support, worked with the mental health initiative team on campus to bring Fresh Check Day back to Emerson for a second year.


Industry experts inspire Boston students

Thousands of college students and young professionals from across the world poured into the city from Oct. 16 to 19 to hear from some of the most iconic names in business, entertainment, and athletics


Teach-in talks race

Continuing its efforts to become more culturally competent, Emerson hosted a day-long conversation about race on Friday in the Cutler Majestic Theater.

Teach-in to touch on racial issues

In an effort to spur conversation about race-related issues at Emerson, the college is convening a teach-in at various locations across campus.

Automatic insurance charge comes as surprise

If you didn’t check your ECmail this summer, you may have missed a few emails that could’ve saved you $130.

Crime Log

This week's crime log.

Second stabbing prompts increased security

For the second time in just a few weeks, a stabbing has occurred near campus.


Masked men scare students

At least two people wearing costume masks were sighted on Boylston Street on Wednesday night.


Little Building residents evacuated following alarm

“It basically just smelled like a microwave had blown up,” said Shelby Renjifo, a sophomore visual and media arts major was on the floor.


Immigration advocacy hits the pavement

“I think it’s a very beautiful time because my story is about immigration and education,” Ernesto Osorio said on the phone, from a coffee shop in Denver. “I think in this moment, all problems with immigration is a big connection with education.”