Freshman Megan Kay and sophomore Benjamin Stoll, both visual and media arts majors are campaigning to be senator of the department. Current SGA Executive Assistant Paul Almeida is running unopposed for marketing communication senator.
On this week's Beacon Beat: Students seek more peformance space; author Julie Otsuka speaks on campus; a profile of Lauren Cortizo, who is running in this year's Boston Marathon; and a recap of the women's basketball game.
A debate among Student Government Association officials about funding for additional print issues of Your Mag started last Tuesday and culminated in a vote this week granting the magazine $2,374.41 — less than half of the $5,564.41 it initially asked for.
After a racial slur defaced a Little Building elevator Saturday morning, Director of Housing and Residence Life David Haden emailed residents of the dormitory warning of the damage, and encouraged students to reflect upon how the crime can be negatively interpreted by others.
With a high demand for space from student theater companies, acting classes, Emerson Stage, the production group of the performing arts department, and individual students, Evans said performers have to get creative in finding places to practice.
According to a survey administered by Lindsay Geller, the sustainability commissioner on the Student Government Association, around 97 percent of Emerson students said there were not enough recycling facilities on campus.
In a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Student Government Association awarded Alpha Epsilon Phi $8,095.24 for its ninth annual “Ribbons on the Runway” fashion show.
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On this week's Beacon Beat: Emerson's first panel on gun control, Emerson Shakespeare Society’s Ballad of the Moon, a profile of magician Lee Benzaquin, and a look at low attendance at basketball games.
The Student Government Association granted Noteworthy, an on-campus a capella group, $1,437.08 on Tuesday to record its second album, a significant decrease to the $4,100.98 the organization originally asked for.
Emerson Community for Healthy Dining Improvements, a Facebook group with 389 members, is looking to provide a centralized place for students to post commentary about the college’s food service options.
In a passionate discussion focused on the ban of certain guns, four panelists took the stage in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre Monday.
Lori Beth Way is conducting her American Council on Education (ACE) fellowship at Emerson. Since coming to the college in July, Way has worked closely with President M. Lee Pelton regarding his gun control initiative.
On this week's Beacon Beat: A profile of Ben Halls, a recap of this week's men's basketball game, an op-ed about the weak economy college graduates will face, and the Emerson Poetry Project's open mic night.
Nicknamed the “contrarian” by his fellow SGA peers, Halls said he consistently plays the devil’s advocate at meetings to initiate more multi-faceted conversations.