The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, November 30, 2015

Rebranding survey launches this week

In an email to the student body, Andrew Tiedemann, vice president for communications and marketing, announced that the rebranding survey will be released on Nov. 12.

Students work with Boston food bank

The Greater Boston Food Bank accepted a marketing plan Monday designed by Emerson seniors to give the organization a greater online presence.

Davidson to focus on Engagement Lab after losing Cambridge election

Mariko Davidson, managing director of Emerson’s Engagement Lab, is turning her attention back to the college after losing her run for Cambridge’s City Council.

Crime Log 11/12

This week's crime log.

General counsel seeks deputy

Emerson is seeking a deputy general counsel to assist in legal matters pertaining to the college.


Students celebrate Trans Week with speakers, performers

Emerson held several events during Trans Week in early November, including a talk by keynote speaker Bamby Salcedo, a Latina transgender activist.


Class council holds workshops for finding apartments

The Class of 2018 Council is holding a series of five workshops to educate rising juniors and other students on finding off-campus housing.


Class partakes in local War on Drugs

An Emerson class is partnering with the Boston Public Health Commission to combat substance abuse.

Crime Log 11/05

This week's crime log.

SGA grants EBONI funds to host Black History Month

Members of Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interests appealed for and received $9,029.45 at Tuesday’s Student Government Association meeting.

Polling Society publishes local, national results on presidential race

The Emerson College Polling Society has released data that shows Donald Trump has a sizeable lead in Massachusetts, and that Hillary Clinton is pulling ahead of Bernie Sanders.

Class produces news packages to air on WERS

WERS will soon broadcast 90-second news packages produced by journalism students.


Trustees, Faculty Assembly discuss Colonial's future

The Board of Trustees, who will make the decision regarding the future of Emerson’s Colonial Theatre, met last Wednesday to discuss options for the building.


Campus prepares for flu season

With flu season well underway, Jane Powers, the director of the Center for Health and Wellness, said Emerson students still aren’t slowing down long enough to even get a shot.


New weekend vegan options in dining hall

Now anyone can head down to the dining hall and be vegan on the weekend.