The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, December 18, 2017

Emerson owes students permanent chairs

The lack of permanent department chairsOur View:Permanent chairs are critical to ensuring...

College still searching for dept. chairs

Some of these searches have been ongoing for several years.,The hunt is still on to find new,...

The importance of the Feb. 5 primaries

The mess of primaries on Feb. 5, Super TuesdayOur View:These primaries are especially important,...

Piano Row building now Green Certified

A four-inch binder sits on a desk in the Emerson College Construction Office, hundreds of pages...

AG Cuomo subpoenas study abroad programs

After an investigation last year that laid bare questionable practices in the student loan...

Alumna named Nintendo marketing VP

"The first was 'Wow, that's incredible. Great company, great job! Congratulations!'" Kaigler...

Former prof. named Boston poet laureate

"It was unexpected and overwhelming to be chosen, but for a poet, it's the kind of visibility you...

Cameras, ID scanners to be installed in both dorms

EasyLobby Visitor Management System will electronically store all guests' photos and identifying...

Students call for ethics code

All 24 students said they wanted the Board of Trustees to approve the proposed policy, which...

Emerson Island group creates virtual Boston

While that may be a normal December day for Floridians, many Boston residents are also having fun...

Emerson Democrats debate Electoral College

"Ralph Nader, Apologize for 2004!" was the plea, and the title of the presentation which...

New rules, members slow SGA progress

But there have also been shake-ups with the organization's most basic procedures, as members at...

Bostonians should be engaged in first life

Our View: The Internet excludes too many from true civic duty.,As if Boston city officials...

SGA represented student interests this year

As the president of the Student Government Association, I would like a chance to respond to the...

Viacom freelancers win benefits after walkout

When Viacom rescinded benefits last week, freelancers began organizing, according to a...