The Berkeley Beacon

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Patrols cut in Brookline student neighborhoods

The Brookline Police Department halved its fledgling weekend-night patrol squad last week,...

State pushes pro-life protests from clinics

The law is designed to prevent pro-life demonstrators from interfering with clinic patients or...

New City Councilors support taxing schools

The four councilors-at-large, as well as several district councilors, said they believe local...

Writers#039; strike hurts interns in Hollywood

The word on "The Colbert Report"-and all the other late-night comedy shows that require a...

Washington semester to launch in fall 2008

The program is designed for politically inclined students using Emerson's popular Hollywood...

Washington program a boon to OPC majors

Our View: The program expands exciting professional opportunities for students.,Washington, D.C....

Massachusetts#039; casino gambling plan has ramifications for the arts

Gambling drives people into depression, desperation, encourages violence and robs them of...

Mass. textbook bill an educated decision

Our view: An intervention is necessary.,Last week, the Massachusetts Legislature held hearings to...

A registry for smoke-free apartments

The department, as part of a multi-pronged approach to cutting down exposure to secondhand smoke,...

Focus of fire RA story off-the-mark

Well, Beacon. You really blew it. You had one opportunity to lend your 9/27 issue's juicy story...

Report: More drug use on and nearby campus

The increased drug use is reflected in triple the number of arrests made on public property near...

Textbook bill debated in Mass. legislature

correspondent. Chaz Beasley, a senior economics major at Harvard University, said he feels the...

Liebergott visits the Castle

. "We thanked them for their assistance in restoring the barn. We also spoke about the issue of...

Playground dedicated in Snelgrove#039;s honor

Victoria Snelgrove's legacy grew again last week in the form of a new playground at the Gordon W....

Over-crowded LB dining hall to be remodeled

The dining hall in the Little Building is scheduled to be completely renovated, said David Rosen,...