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March 5, 2015

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Studio Theatre revived -

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Forbes to feature student -

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Model NATO takes first place -

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Medwed to advise SJC on new committe -

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Students shovel Boston neighborhoods -

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Entrepreneurial team advances to finals -

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Smith charged in ’08 murder of Rebecca Payne -

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Snow disrupts classes, city -

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Gender influences professor’s ratings -

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Mentors aid innovators -

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Skateboards made from recyclables -

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Engagement officer chosen -

Thursday, February 12, 2015

NU hosts women’s journal -

Thursday, February 12, 2015

iChip technology combats bacteria -

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Art minor offered abroad in summer -

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Campaign funds research, awareness -

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Engineering program honored -

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Conference unites gamers -

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Meditation startup relaxes users -

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Fit NU hosts group workouts -

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

News

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Studio Theatre revived

Mar 5, 2015

The Studio Theater, nestled snugly between Ell Hall and Curry Student Center and home to more than 50 student productions a year, is getting a facelift.

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Forbes to feature student

Mar 5, 2015

Forbes Magazine has selected Nidhey Pan, a freshman business major with a dual concentration in entrepreneurship and finance, to be featured in an upcoming issue for his entrepreneurial efforts. Pan has also received an invitation from the magazine to attend the Forbes Reinventing America Summit in Chicago on March 11 and 12.

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Model NATO takes first place

Mar 4, 2015

Northeastern took first place for the fourth consecutive year in the 30th annual Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) conference in Washington. The Husky delegations representing Germany and Croatia placed first and third, respectively.

Inside

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7 Cups of Tea app offers anonymous therapy

Chinese poet Lu Tong wrote a poem called “Seven Bowls of Tea” that equates each serving of tea to a different level of healing. That philosophy is the basis for 7 Cups of Tea, a mobile application and website that helps users work through their problems.

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Review: “Lady of the Camellias” dazzles audience

Forbidden love, revenge, jealousy and murder all take center stage in the Boston Ballet’s newest show, “Lady of the Camellias,” which opened Thursday, Feb. 26 at the Boston Opera House. Based on a novel by Alexandre Dumas and set to the music of composer Frédéric Chopin, the ballet transports the audience to 19th-century France to tell the tragic tale of lovers Marguerite and Armand.

John Hancock Tower Disappears

Event Calendar: March 5 – March 11

Event of the Week: Saturday, March 7

The Greater New England Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society will host its sixth annual stair climb fundraiser. Climb to the Top Boston challenges over 500 participants to make it from floor one to floor 61 of New England’s tallest building, the John Hancock Tower, to raise funds and advocate for a world free of MS. The event offers multiple levels so people with a range of athletic abilities can participate. Join with a team or with a friend and ascend over 1,200 steps for a good workout and a great cause. 200 Clarendon Street; 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.; $35.

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Column: How to adapt to foreign customs

If I went into a café in the United States and simply said to the waiter, “I want a coffee,” I would probably be met with a dirty glare and a sneeze in my cup. But translate the same thing into Spanish, hop across the Atlantic and the waiter won’t even bat an eye. When I arrived in Spain for the semester, one of the first things I realized was that, after 10 years of studying Spanish, I still wasn’t sure how to order something in a restaurant. It seems so simple, but every time I tried to translate “could I have…” or “can you please bring me…,” it felt awkward and out of place.