The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Kasteel Well students attacked by teens in Croatia

Sophomore Brock Pisciotta was the first student to get jumped by the teenagers as he was coming...

Rosen has some explaining to do

In last week's editorial "Where Does All the Money Go?" [April 3] David Rosen was cited to say...

Pub. Safety aids celebrity, politician campus visits

"It is very exciting and sometimes you can go home and tell your family who you met that day,"...

Emerson needs genuine diversity

Diversity on CampusOur View:The college must broaden its conception of student...

$12M spent on permanent space for new L.A. facility

College officials announced the purchase of a $12 million vacant lot in Los Angeles last week....

Emerson grad. student calls in Allston shooting

Despite student residents in Allston saying they feel safe in their neighborhoods, Conant's...

Race Machine gives students a new face

The booth, called the "Human Race Machine," is part of Emerson's Fifth Annual Forum on the State...

ECPD: Stuart and Tremont Sts. a hub for crime

A man in a heavy coat stands in front of the convenience store, holding the door for customers...

Caf#233; on the Common loses at least $30,000 per year

The Emerson Cafeacute;'s summer food cart has lost between $30,000 and $35,000 per year for the...

So, where does all the money go?

The administration's failure to justify tuition hikes with real improvementsOur View:The school...

Interim Institute director will be Comm. Studies dept. chair

But after several months as Interim Director of the Institute for Liberal Arts and...

Journalism dept. to test students#039; creds.

The test is being developed to determine whether a larger part of the journalism curriculum...

Comic book article a joke

Dear Editor,Usually I can contain myself when I overhear non-comic book readers telling each...

Safe sex article hits all the bases

I would just like to thank you for your article ["Wrap It Up", March 27] published in this past...

Lack of signatures thwarts petition to ban bottled water

EPSJ members Ashley Tarbet and Stefanie Lynch provided leaflets of information about the "impact...