The Berkeley Beacon

Sunday, August 31, 2014

House debates raising state cigarette tax

Massachusetts Speaker of the House Salvatore DiMasi proposed a $1 increase in the state's...

Language Exchange restarts this semester

The Language Exchange Program, an Emerson group focusing on the development of language skills...

Health center needs substantial upgrades

Student disappointment about the underperforming Center for Health and WellnessOur view:The...

Gangs, guns, Girls Gone Wild at Tremont St. club

. One officer, who was standing on an elevated platform, reported being splashed with orange...

Beacon coverage incomplete and inappropriate

I found the editorial "SGA spending scandal an embarrassment" in the Feb. 14 edition of The...

Governor proposes in-state tuition for illegals

To circumvent a State Legislature that, after heated debate in the Senate, failed to pass the...

Sinful Saints fan, finite seating inflame rivalry

The Lions managed an 82-79 win over the first-ranked Saints, who Emerson Coach Hank Smith said...

Tuition for illegal immigrants a fine plan

In-state tuition rate for illegal immigrants.Our View:Despite certain drawbacks, the initiative...

Bookstore shoplifter sells T-shirts for drugs

Lt. Eric Schiazza said on Feb. 2, four red and blue shirts made by Jones Mitchell Sportswear...

Incoming freshman runs for office in town

Having already accomplished that, a future organizational and political communication major at...

SGA works hard to represent Emersonians#039; interests

It's unfortunate when someone issues a critique without knowing the facts. But I know the facts....

Common App. ups Emerson applicants

After Emerson joined a growing number of colleges and universities this year that exclusively use...

Buddhist Chaplain joins Spiritual staff

When she was ordained under the Buddhist faith, she was given the name Samayadevi, translating in...

SGA spending scandal an embarassment

Wasteful Student Government Association spendingOur View:Spending $33,000 on a party...

SGA erupts over money

Off-Campus Commissioner Chance Dorland and Visual and Media Arts Senator John Tyson stepped down...