We see planes, trains and automobiles as constant means of travel – safe bets that are just a part of the modern world. But recent events begs the question: Is it possible that we have begun to take for granted the danger that still comes with traveling?Read more →
The Senior Gift Drive is a way for Northeastern’s graduating classes to give back to the university. I see it as a way to inspire someone to come to this incredible institution and pursue his or her dreams. Dreams that, for me, have been made possible by Northeastern University.Read more →
On a Thursday afternoon in October, Jack Grinold tucked into a free steak lunch at the $6.2 million estate Northeastern owns and operates in Weston.
The mansion, known as Henderson House, was donated to the university in 1961 by a former trustee. It has gone on to serve as the setting for elegant alumni functions,...Read more →
It all started with a week-long tabling schedule in Curry Student Center (CSC) the week before Northeastern students left for Thanksgiving. Barkada, the Filipino heritage group, offered handmade, spray painted T-shirts embellished with the logo “HelPHeal” to those who donated at least $8. A tri-fold poster board was set up for donors to write...Read more →
Entry of the week: Tuesday, Nov. 26, 9:06 a.m.
A staff member reported an unknown person sent fraudulent purchase orders worth several thousand dollars to companies all around the country impersonating him and using Northeastern’s financial information with a ship-to address in Billerica. The NUPD special services unit is investigating in coordination with Billerica Police...Read more →
With a career spanning over 15 years, current reigning queen of pop is once again ruling the charts with her eighth studio album, “Britney Jean.” Released under RCA Records yesterday and posed to be Britney Spears’ ‘most personal album yet,’ “Britney Jean” is a perfectly diverse record, boasting co-written song credits to Spears herself....Read more →
Most college students remember their first foray into social media as the one and only MySpace.Read more →
In my travels as a college student, I’ve noticed that inebriated 20-somethings can be fairly predictable when it comes to topics of conversation. Movies from the 90s (particularly Space Jam) and the rules of beer pong are crowd favorites, but no subject causes more controversy among millennials than Kanye West. Brought on by a...Read more →
With temperatures dropping, it’s time to pick up your coziest (and ugliest) sweater and head over to the Radio 92.9 Ugly Sweater Party. Get in the holiday spirit and get ready to rock out with DJ Petro as he plays some of the greatest rock and alternative hits. There will also be festive games...Read more →
By Mary Whitfill, News Staff An audible sigh escaped the lips of Mike Lake as he straightened his red tie and adjusted his smile, one he’d been wearing for three and a half hours by the end of his fundraiser at the Cafeteria Boston on Nov. 6. As he greeted potential voters and answered...Read more →