Emerson’s Communication, Politics, and Law Association has received approval to plan their trip to Iceland for next semester after waiting over a month.
The long outdated WebCT Learning Management System (LMS) will soon be replaced as college administrators search for a more advanced platform.
The London program’s cancelation has caused confusion and anger among WLP students, who feel that they are being ostracized from Emerson’s study-abroad opportunities.
Over the past three decades, general educational requirements have drastically changed at Emerson College, causing debate among alumni, educators and students.
Over 700 students voted this week to approve the amended Student Government Association Constitution—which alters approximately 40 percent of the text in the document—resulting in the removal of the 20-year old clause guaranteeing funding to the student newspaper, The Berkeley Beacon.
The class of 2015 remains without a president and treasurer after elections results were announced last night.
Paul Almeida, one of three candidates for class of 2015 president, falsely stated throughout his campaign that he served as his high school’s class president, a Beacon investigation revealed.
When polls open tonight at midnight, students will vote to fill 11 Student Government Association positions and choose whether to ratify proposed changes to the constitution that alter roughly 40 percent of the text.
View SGA's proposed changes side-by-side with the old constitution.
In a roughly 45-minute long debate, three Class of 2015 presidential hopefuls sparred over how to engage the freshman class and improve dining options and security on campus.
Occupy Boston’s encampment at Dewey Square, which celebrated its second month of existence Wednesday, may be evicted Thursday night, pending a judge’s decision.
Next week, students will vote on the newly revised Student Government Association constitution, which will eliminate guaranteed funding for The Berkeley Beacon.
The college’s wireless Internet continues to draw the ire of students, who let loose a barrage of tweets, Facebook posts and verbal frustration nearly every time the system fails.
The Student Government Association voted unanimously to grant em Magazine $4,945.94—a number considerably lower than the publication’s Nov. 2010 appeal of $10,000.
Student Government Association candidates focused their speeches around student life this Wednesday.