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Friday, February 23, 2018

The Library Highlights Black History Month

As a part of Black History Month, the MCLA Freel Library is showcasing a variety of books ranging on topics such as the Black Lives...

A Look at the Honors Student Representative Council

With the start of a new semester, there are several opportunities to join new clubs and programs on campus. The Honors Student Representative Council...

Excitement on Campus as Education Majors Receive Field Placement

As the new semester begins, education majors are receiving their field placements. These are the classroom assignments in public schools around Berkshire County where...

A Professor’s Passion for Traveling the World

With a goal of seeing 40 countries by the time he is 40 years old, Professor Cupery is well on his way with 29...

Debate Club: Meet the club of the month

MCLA's Debate Club is no stranger to the SGA's Club of the Month competition; in their inaugural year, they won the honor for September...

Ending the Stigma of Homelessness – Louison House

Being without a home or shelter is unfathomable to some people. Yet, it continues to be a pressing issue right here in Northern Berkshire...

Amidst student concerns, health services says staffing not an issue

By Kiki Wright Special to The Beacon As the last few weeks of school approach, many students are feeling the pressure of final projects and exams...

Sports Spotlight – Karina Mattera: Finding her niche

The MCLA women’s basketball season is officially underway, which means practices, games, long bus rides, classes, homework, and any chance for a social life...

Political Science Club: Finding consistency and moving forward

No matter the club, consistent members is a constant challenge for SGA-affiliated clubs. Thankfully, Political Science Club has found something of that, as it...

Meet SGA Senator Shon Loftus: A fresh face on campus

Choices come early for college freshmen. For Senate Secretary and Class of 2021 Rep. Shon Loftus, he made a choice early on between Emerson...

“I couldn’t imagine my life without theatre”

The bright lights shining down, the quiet murmur of the expectant audience, the squeak and whoosh of the curtains being drawn open, the rush...

Glowing With Good Vibes

On the first floor of Venable Hall in the dance studio, students of MCLA can be found bending their bodies to create bizarre shapes...

Kaitlin Wright: Finishing strong

For many, the end of their four years at MCLA is a time to reflect upon their college career and look toward the future....

MASS MoCA Internship – “This is Where I Want to Be”

As Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher” played over the speakers and raindrops tapped on the windowpanes of Tunnel City Coffee, Sabrina Dudish adjusted her...

NeXXus President Eva Weeks: Stepping into a new year

When seniors graduate, a new generation of students must step up to take their place, no matter the organization. Such is the story of...