The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, December 15, 2017

Iwasaki Library sorely lacks in study space

The limited capacity of the Iwasaki Library.Our view:Our growing college needs a larger...

Think tank

Dukakis focused on polling and issues of state- and precinct-level campaigning, especially...

Saving the planet on a tight budget

staff member. The lecture was designed not just to inform, but to make the often-daunting issue...

Populist Poet with ties to Emerson

Cambridge residents elected Payack, 57, the first Cambridge Poet Populist from among eight...

To the victor go the spoils: 2,860 burritos

Michael Squitieri doesn't have to worry about a future as a starving artist. The acting major now...

Bonds formed over isolation, room service

When a newcomer arrives at Emerson's Courtyard by the Marriott hotel dormitory, the hallway...

Student group fights modern slavery

The American Anti-Slavery Group was granted a new lease on its existence a month ago when its...

V-ball coach quits R.I. job for taking free ride

Craig Letourneau, Emerson's women's volleyball coach, resigned as the director of Cumberland,...

Mass. voters on pot bill: Hey man, pass that

Our View: The proposed measure comes closer but does not achieve fairness.,The news probably has...

With a brand-new SUV, ECPD to impose presence

The department's new white 2008 Ford Escape Sport Utility Vehicle-customized with purple and gold...

Mass. divests from companies with Sudan ties

Early this month Massachusetts and New Mexico became the 21st and 22nd states to sell off...

Abortion buffer zone law protects constitutional right

I would like to respond to the article "State pushes pro-life protests from clinic" in the 11/15...

EVVYs over budget, asks SGA for money

The EVVYs, which is not an SGA-recognized group, usually makes an appeal to the SGA each spring...

Trustees delay vote on new ethics policy

Emerson's Board of Trustees failed to ratify a policy that would require college employees to...

Boycott of Israeli scholars squelched

Their efforts were rewarded when Britain's University and College Union, which had proposed the...