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Black Friday

Campus Comment: Students Eye Black Friday

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Joy Reid Hardman Lecture 2015

Reid: Legacy media enhanced by citizen journalism

By Idalis Foster The tendency of news in the modern day to become journalism of affirmation is a deeply rooted issue that Joy Reid, former...

Bernard elected North Adams’ 26th Mayor

Additional reporting by Jacob Vitali, Special to the Beacon NORTH ADAMS- Political newcomer and North Adams native Thomas Bernard was elected the 26th Mayor of...

North Adams Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

The large and brightly shining Christmas tree stood tall on the Main Street green directly across from the First Congregational Church and the First Baptist...

Policy awareness e-mail details student guidelines

By Idalis Foster Catherine Holbrook, vice president of student affairs, provides a better understanding of campus policies through emails sent out on Policy Awareness Wednesdays. The...

Chris and Kathi Sullivan horrors of addiction

By Gionna Nourse Taylor Lee Meyer was an outgoing, beautiful, 17-year-old, enjoying her last few months as a senior at King Philip Regional High School...

Wireless Network Finally Restored

As the first month of the academic year comes to a close, so should the majority of our internet issues. The inability to connect to...

Claims of “gag order”

On Oct. 6, the Beacon reported that Mary Hastings resigned from her position to “explore other opportunities.” Hastings, however,  tells another story. She claims she was...

A bright smile never forgotten; Remembering Melissa

On May 9, student Melissa McHenry passed away unexpectedly at her home in Lynbrook, NY. She had just completed her freshman year. McHenry  is described...

Pat Dragon replaced

Mathematics professor Patrick Dragon was fired the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 2. Campus Police Chief Dan Colonno, as well as Bernadette Alden of the...

Fine and Performing Arts department receives $15,000 grant from NEA

By: Harmony Birch Berkshire County is known as a cultural hub. However, according to Lisa Donovan, an arts management professor at the College, residents of...

Amsler Campus Center and the Renovations Ahead

The pool’s glass windows and doors have been adorned with brown paper and tape as the College prepares for its great transformation. The road...

SGA Seeks Feedback on Two New Chairs in Effort to Create a More Inclusive,...

At the Sep. 18 Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, it was announced the Senate was working on developing two new chairs: a Multicultural chair...

LaJuan Allen crowned as master chef

After weeks of intense competition, LaJuan Allen was crowned as the champion of the first-ever MCLA cook-off. Allen, one of the architects of the competition, brought...