The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Bringing down the war on marijuana

Though the bill is a far cry from full legalization and still recommends a fine for those caught...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,A few weeks ago, The Beacon made a poor decision of publishing the Mohammad Cartoon....

Campus Conversations on Race open dialogue

Tarraza, who is Hispanic, was once denied the opportunity to look at an apartment based on the...

Newsworthiness is not a valid justification

staff members that they cannot be expected to check with every ethnic or religious group before...

Colonial to house residence hall

With the Piano Row Building set for completion this fall and the Paramount Center complex slated...

Censorship concerns over Google in China

Google has resisted the request, citing the privacy rights of its users.,On Tuesday, a federal...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,I was upset by the photo illustration accompanying the opinion piece, "Mohel Practice...

Creating new solutions to city#039;s crime problems

In the early 1990s the city boasted one of the lowest crime rates in the nation and was looked to...

Budget cuts to affect loans

Emerson students may soon find they have fewer loan options due to federal budget cuts to loan...

Cartoon discussed at forum

and saw the image that accompanied it.,Editor's Note: Beacon correspondent Paddy Shea had no...

Students react to jury duty service

John Spencer, a scheduler at the Jury Commissioner Office, said students are eligible to serve on...

City to charge residents for civil misdemeanors

On Feb. 17, Mayor Thomas Menino and Boston Police Commissioner Kathleen O'Toole announced that...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,In the article "SGA to propose an increase in print credits," the reporter discusses...

Black History Month raises awareness

When Dr. Carter Woodson expanded "Negro History Week" into Black History Month in 1926, his greatest goal for the celebration of African-American culture was to see it become ultimately unnecessary, according to Dr. William Smith, executive director of Emerson's Center for Diversity.

SGA approves $7,000 for Casino Night

At a Feb. 7 meeting, the Student Government Association (SGA) approved $7,000 to fund a Casino...