The Berkeley Beacon

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Min. wage upped state wide

The bill approving the wage hike, passed on July 31 by Massachusetts legislators, will make...

Ellis named administration and finance VP

"I want to provide a high-quality, total college experience," Ellis said.,With the school year...

Barone heads #039;06-#039;07 SGA

Though the first meeting generally covers "housekeeping" business, according to Jamal Barone,...

Saudi professor urges communication, travel

Khuthaila, a leader in Saudi Arabian women's rights and professor of higher education...

EAGLE proposal flies in the face of logic

Editor's note: To clarify the distinction between content appearing on the editorial page and...

Mandatory diversity training is the wrong approach

The homophobic slurs which recently appeared on a dry-erase board on Piano Row's eighth floor are...

Anti-gay graffiti found in dorm

Dean of Students Ronald Ludman released a campus-wide email September 6 denouncing this latest...

Bookstore opening delayed

With the Emerson Bookstore now operating out of the basement of the Colonial Theater building,...

Students question privacy on Facebook quot;News Feedquot;

The sophomore marketing communications major had just logged onto the popular social networking...

ECCAAUP administration settle five-year agreement

The Emerson College Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (ECCAAUP) and...

Beacon closed for the summer

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Emerson#039;s red tape presents sticky situation

Since then, tales of inoperable computer servers and general registration frustration have been...

Police shoot, wound car-theft suspect in Chinatown

"I was getting dressed and listening to The Mars Volta on my computer when all of a sudden, I...

Seniors confused about graduation

<p>pquot;I have been confused about pretty much...

Performing Arts students to pay more

While paying $24,000 a year for tuition has become the norm at Emerson, few students expect to...