The Berkeley Beacon

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Crime Log 10/1

This week's crime log.

SGA cracks down on Wi-Fi issues

Two employees from Emerson Information Technology appeared to address several issues at the Student Government Association joint session this Tuesday.

Staff seeks union benefits

Members of Emerson’s clerical, technical, and professional staff are seeking to unionize, according to the organizers’ website.

Candidate for Elma Lewis Center visits campus

The search committee for the position of Executive Director of the Elma Lewis Center held a candidate open forum on Monday.

Student starts new chapter of food site

Get out your lobster bibs and bring on the chowdah, Spoon University is coming to Emerson.

Podcast talks diversity, reflects on student walkouts

“Settle in to the sounds of social change,” says Sylvia Spears, vice president for diversity and inclusion, at the beginning of each episode of Common Ground.

Emerson ranked #1 for journalism

Emerson was recently named best overall journalism bachelor’s program of the year in a list published by USA Today.


Conduct procedure gets update

A resolution panel has been created as an alternative to administrative hearings for students who have violated the Code of Conduct, according to an email from Director of Student Conduct Michael Arno.


Boston honored with national journalism award

Boston became the first city to receive the Historic Sites in Journalism award last week after being nominated by an Emerson professor.

New Title IX Coordinator plans to advance current policies

Pamela White, the college’s new associate vice president for Title IX and Clery Act Coordinator, plans to support existing policies, not to make changes to the school’s procedures right away.

9/24 Crime Log

This week's crime log.