The Importance of Teen Voices

Sarah Tripp ‘21 Staff Writer   At this moment, the voices of the young are being heard in all corners of the country. This was movingly apparent at the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. and across its sister marches, which occured around the country, on March 24. These events showed young people of...
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Expectations for the 2018 Boston Red Sox

Tyler Mauriello ‘18 Staff Writer   The Sox are one of only five teams in Major League Baseball to make the playoffs the last two seasons, and in the American League, only the Cleveland Indians have more victories in that time. Yet there was no disappointment from the fan base after last season when the...
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WMCK’s Guide to Boston Calling

Bobby Tolan ‘19 Staff Writer   Boston Calling is coming back for another year of music, food, and entertainment from May 25-27. All of your favorite artists and bands will be together for three days of non-stop performing at the Harvard Athletics complex. May 25: The first day kicks off with The Killers headlining. The...
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WMCK Top 10

DJ Eric Uhl ‘19 Untitled with Uhl 1. Best Mistake by Seaway 2. The Grand Delusion by Neck Deep 3.  Last You Heard of Me by Joyce Manor 4. Voldemort by With Confidence 5. Swim Down by Moose Blood 6. I’m Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of? by A Day To Remember...
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Tips to Stress Less for Finals

Alison Tobin ‘18 Editor-in-Chief   Finals week is approaching! While this creates much excitement over the anticipation of summer being right around the corner, it can also add stress to your routine with hurdles to jump before you get there. Here are some tips to help you stress less during the end of the semester...
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The Graduation Book Gift Guide

Lyena Chavez Head of Instruction & Outreach   Graduation season is here!  Want to pass along a little post-graduation wisdom or simply give that dear Merrimack College friend a book that is not assigned reading? I’m going to go out on a limb and say that your graduating friend is going to get a copy...
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“Noises Off”  Was A Non-Stop Laugh Fest

Colleen Rockwell ‘18 Staff Writer   Rogers Center for Performing Arts presented Michael Frayn’s play “Noises Off” from April 12-14. The play was directed by Evan Kelly, who is a Lecturer in Theatre and the Associate Director of the Rogers Center. “Noises Off” is play within a play (“Nothing On”) that gives audiences a comedic...
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Farewell Class of 2018

On behalf of the Beacon staff we wish everyone a fun and safe summer!   Congrats to our graduating Beacon editors: Allison Cassidy, Eric Coburn, Nina Deuterio, Drew Levine, Sarah McCann, Ally Noble, Joelle Ramey, Lauren Smith, and Alison Tobin  

Emotional Support Animals Visit During Finals

Emotional Support Animals Visit During Finals Ally Noble ‘18 Features Editor   Every year, Merrimack College partners with the organization Pets and People to bring an amazing team of therapy dogs and their owners to campus. This year, during finals week, they will be visiting campus from 12-1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8 in the...
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