The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, March 6, 2015

Tuition up 3.7 percent, aid up 12.4 percent

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Recession hits home: Economy affects jobs, tuition, aid, loans

Students who take out new private loans with the nation's largest education lender will, from now...

Architect firm for L.A. presents plan to trustees

Along with the Hollywood sign and a famous Chinese theater, Emerson students arriving in Los...

PA senator challenges Fisher for president

Sitting SGA president Scott Fisher will face another challenge for his position this year, this...

Grads consider options amid gloomy job market

In an inhospitable working world, many Emerson students are hitting a brick wall in their job...

Sex information and condoms should be safe, legal, plentiful

I would hope the problem of student unwanted pregnancy or AIDS is not great at Emerson. As...

Let us now praise fiscal restraint

bAt issue:/b Good news on tuition, financial aid, executive pay freezes, Hand Me Down Night. bOur...

SGA faces off over its constitution

Disputes over the Student Government Association president's powers has gummed the machinations...

Beacon typos let reader down

It's hard to pick up iThe Beacon/i these days and not be embarrassed by the amount of blatant...

Ross editorial defames Emerson brand

RE "Ross doesn't want you to live with your Friends," page 4, Feb. 26: The editorial regarding...

Professors unwilling to give easy A#039;s

Students may have low expectations for what kind of work will get them A's in classes, according...

Public Safety Log

biEntry of the Week:/b/i A member of the athletics department reported that an athletic van was...

WERS hosts concert in celebration of 60th year

Audience members who had trickled out during the first three performances of the WERS 60th...

Union backs professors in tenure battle

Emerson College's faculty union publicly pledged its support for two black professors embroiled...

Hand Me Down Night cuts total costs in half

Hand Me Down Night will be recession-chic this year, as the total budget has been slashed in half...