The Berkeley Beacon

Saturday, October 21, 2017

RA#039;s

Well, Beacon. You really blew it. You had one opportunity to lend last issue's juicy story about...

WERS acquires new tower

The radio station recently installed a new transmitter in New Bedford, Mass., one hour south of...

Emerson integrity in students, no buildings

<p>pOur View: Emersonapos;s character is manife...

Paramount centerpiece of renovation plans

The Paramount Theatre, with its bright marquee and huge red-lettered vertical sign, began...

Downtown explansion reaches final stages

The Paramount Center and the Colonial Building will be among the last properties to join the...

Outreach group formed on Hill

In an effort to encourage a more proactive relationship with student residents after last year's...

WERS loses top ranking

After five straight years on top, the station has dropped to number two on the review's Best...

Fire in Mission Hill displaces 13 students

An afternoon fire that sent a massive cloud of black smoke billowing from the top of 64 Louis...

Mumps article intrusive and unfair

I am compelled to respond to the "news" article "Freshman diagnosed with mumps" (9/27) in The...

New dormitories in Colonial Building

To achieve its goal of 70 percent of undergraduates living on campus by 2010, Emerson is in the...

Solid ground for LA program

Emerson College is preparing to make its 17-year-old Los Angeles campus permanent, expanding the...

RAs fired for drinking in dorms

Resident assistants James Sturges, Hermela Aregawi and Ellen Tremiti were fired for drinking in...

Congress increases student aid

The College Cost Reduction and Access Act, which will increase the amount of the Pell Grant,...

Emerson bathroom controversy a waste

Our View: Politics outshine the truth.,This summer, with most students home for the break and...

Dems debate immigration

Before the 9 p.,Hours before the Democratic presidential debate began at Dartmouth University...