The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Speech and Debate Team talks its way to Nationals

True to form, Emerson's Speech and Debate Team used those skills to talk their way to the...

The Victory Lap

Supporters of Kenyan runner Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot celebrate by chanting and hoisting flags at...

Opinion article gave narrow perspective on students#039; bodies

Dear Editor,After reading "em nude spread a ploy?" [April 17] by Lisa Johnson, the real question...

WERS to be broadcast on XM

The broadcast is part of XMU's Student Exchange Program, which provides college radio stations...

Alum criticized for transphobic remarks

Bill Schulz, who graduated in 1998 with a BA in Print Journalism, name dropped the college on the...

A for Anonymous

St. and on Boston Common last weekend. A member-shown in a mask from graphic-novel-turned-film V...

SGA decries low student turnout at open meeting

SGA Chief Justice Jeff Foster said he'd hoped the meeting would solve a common problem he sees at...

BU professors seek ASL dictionary

A new video-based ASL dictionary will try to solve one of the classic problems of translation:...

Editorial gave narrow perspective on student body

Dear Editor,In your editorial "Emerson needs genuine diversity" [April 10], you seem to...

Registration trouble plagues visual and media arts majors

Students interviewed said they struggled to get into various classes not just to fulfill general...

EC grad#039;s crude commentary

Transphobic comments made by alumnus Bill SchulzOur View:Remarks are unacceptable and reflect...

A year after VTech, security improvement results mixed

The Department of Public Safety hired nine new officers and invested in a host of equipment and...

Emerson grad. student calls in Allston shooting

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

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,"...

$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....