The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, August 31, 2015


Emerson's reach brings in basketball recruits

With many of the rookies coming from the Northeast and the greater Boston area in particular, a connection between teammates is not a concern, according to the squad’s youngest members.


Lions ousted at NCAAs

Sophomore Kat Rice said the magnitude of the tournament was overwhelming and the team needed to approach the game differently.


Quiyk spreads its magic to the Olympics

As for their next project, the duo is looking to design jerseys for the 2013 Quidditch Summer Games, which will be held in April in Chicago.


Building careers and passions brick by brick

The film featured about two dozen of the thirty to fifty interviews crew members said they collected during the span of the project.


Cross country races to the finish line

This year’s success, according to the coach, was because of the depth of talent and dedication of runners on both sides.


Athletics Working Group forms goals

Ludman added that Emerson must aim to match the level of support that future NEWMAC rivals are giving their student-athletes.


Women's volleyball wins the GNAC

The Rivier crowd created a loud hostile environment that included harsh signs and made it difficult for Read to communicate with players on the court, he said.


Emerson drops to 2nd after Pink season finale

While Emerson only notched three aces in their first match of the day, they earned victory against Norwich with an amassed 17 aces through three sets.


Historic victory for men

Scarpaci said that staying on the offensive and not backing down was key to defeating the Monks.


Emerson unable to hold off Saints

The Saints scored two goals within a minute to take the lead and eventually beat Emerson 2-1.


Goals galore for Emerson

Lawrence has accepted his role as more of a role model on the team, calling it a natural step up from his prior role as mainly a goal scorer.


Emerson students swept away

Dennis Connors, a sophomore performing arts major, said he first saw curling in the winter Olympics, but he didn’t anticipate the sport’s difficulty.


Duo shines in GNAC finale

The Lions started down 0-2 after Simmons took the first two doubles matches, but the pairing of Mosser and Russell, team co-captains, proved too powerful for Simmons.


Emerson hockey hits the ice

Schelling, a transfer student from Virginia Tech who has been involved with the Emerson club hockey team since 2010, turned to coaching instead.


Freshmen thrive in new roles

The team has now ensured its qualification for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference playoffs with a conference record of 5-2-3. The Lions, scheduled to face Anna Maria College on Oct. 19 for the final conference game of the season, are looking forward to a deep run in the playoffs.