Emerson placed 113th out of 256 in the annual Recyclemania competition and increased its recycling rate to 30 percent from 17 percent last year.
Megan Marshall, a writing, literature, and publishing professor, won a Pulitzer Prize for biography.
A Boston University sophomore was found dead in his dorm room Monday morning, according to The Boston Globe.
SGA unanimously approved $148.82 and $2,596 appeals for Acappellics Anonymous and Atlas Magazine, respectively.
Unregistered runners — or bandits — are a part of the Boston Marathon’s history, and a common way for Emerson runners to participate in the 26.2-mile feat.
Emily Solomon will be the SGA’s president for the upcoming school year after receiving 12 votes, out of 112 total, in the election two weeks ago.
Navidra Hardin received the most write-in votes for the SGA executive president seat, but he told the Beacon he won’t be accepting his presidency because of an internship.
A sophomore at Harvard University died on Monday at Massachusetts General Hospital from injuries sustained after falling from a building near the New England Aquarium on Sunday.
Over 100 Emerson students, faculty, and staff have posed with a sign that reads, “I’m with a feminist,” for a week-long photo campaign hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Helen Carlotta Rose, an Emerson trustee emerita and 1938 graduate, died at her Palm Beach, Fla. home on March 23.
Hollow, the documentary produced by Emerson graduates Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Jeff Soyk, won the prestigious Peabody Award, which recognizes excellence in storytelling.
Emerson College Police Department's crime log from April 1 to April 8.
The Student Government Association unanimously approved an initiative asking the Emerson administration to improve dining services.
em Magazine received $6,010.54 in an appeal from SGA to cover printing costs for its spring issue.
The college has doubled the number of courses available for business studies and entrepreneurial studies minors for next semester, reflecting an increased student interest in those courses.