The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, October 20, 2017

Beacon and SGA: coming together

But while our campus newspaper and student government don't always agree, a little effort toward...

Solidarity at Emerson

Unfortunately, it would seem this is often done with little concern for others in their...

The cheating dilemma

Everyone is told it's wrong and if you're caught, the odds are the proverbial book will be thrown...

quot;Support our troopsquot; is more than a platitude

If coverage of the Iraq War is overshadowing the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, where...

Looking for a leader: who#039;s it for 2008?

staff:Former Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) Fred Thompson is the man our country needs in 2008....

The value of the religious litmus test

and Mitt Romney-the word interview is misleading because it implies some level of journalistic...

Barack doesn#039;t blow it

it feels like-each one of the potential future leaders has been scrutinized over past...

The courage of Elizabeth Edwards

candidate John Edwards, has shown us all what it means.Mrs. Edwards displayed remarkable strength...

The governor#039;s expensive taste

In the Oct. 19 issue of The Beacon, the editorial board praised Patrick as the candidate with the...

Death of habeas corpus

On Feb. 20, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that foreign...

The shame of the religious right

How did he do it? Did he use a new vaccine or an anti-gay pill? No, he's done what everyone in...

Judge not: the antifaith bias

A small number of students, however, still rise early on Sundays to attend church.More than 40...

The misguided graduate bribe

As March approaches, Emerson's seniors are in a state of hyperactivity: completing portraits,...

The Police cop out

On the heels of the recently announced reunion tour of the British rock sensation The Police,...

Truth being obscured in climate change discussion

The report, which came out on Feb. 2 and was the result of years of research by more than 2,500...