On this week's Beacon Beat: A new civil rights commemoration at Emerson, an op-ed about the privilege of telling your own story, a freshman’s planned media streaming company, Swomo’s first show of the semester, and a feature about Boston’s new smoking ban at public parks.
On this week's Beacon Beat:A memorial for the late professor Karl Baehr, an op-ed about the stigmatization of mental illness, how on-campus comedy troupes are preparing for a national festival, and ArtsEmerson’s new show, We are proud to present a presentation.
On this week's Beacon Beat: The new Los Angeles center, an op-ed about Beyoncé and feminism, a film major’s drag queen persona, a student who organizes open mic nights outside of the Emerson comedy scene, and the men’s basketball team, which volunteers with the Big Brother program.
On this week's Beacon Beat: Fictional newscaster Ron Burgundy's visit to Emerson, men's basketball players serve as Big Brothers, Emerson students' new animated series, and whether Kanye West should be called a genius (or not).
On this week's Beacon Beat: Emerson's remedies to problems with the Common Application, students particpating in a national book writing month, men’s basketball wins on a pair of last second free throws, and a senior's photography installation.
On this week's Beacon Beat: The college announces an external review of its Title IX compliance, EPSJ hosts its Art for Social Change week, a feature on a freshman's effort to bring attention to concussion testing, a preview of the men's basketball season, and Larry David comes to Emerson.
On this week's Beacon Beat: The history and future of the Will & Grace set at Emerson, Lindsay DeStefano joins Emerson as its athletic administrator, a recap of senior Jamie Loftus' standup routine, and a feature on Red Sox ambassador and ball attendee Lynn Herman.
On this week's Beacon Beat: Plans for the new LA center, EAGLE's Playing Gay in Hollywood event, a profile of Carter Bowers, and a feature on Emerson's elevator culture.
On this week's Beacon Beat: A look at the college's continued efforts to revise sexual assualt response policies, a recap of this year's Dragtoberfest, a feature on why liberal arts professors come to Emerson, and a recap of the women's volleyball win.
On this week's Beacon Beat: An informational session about MDMA, a freshman's nonprofit to raise cultural awareness about Kenya, a performance by The Girlie Project, a feature on Elma Lewis, and a roundup of this week's sports games.
This week's Beacon Beat.
On this week's Beacon Beat: Allegations that ARAMARK failed to compost, ArtsEmerson shows colombinus, a rogue mascot, and a race-conscious take on Miley Cyrus.