Campus

Students sing to advocate for higher wages for dining hall workers

Students sing to advocate for higher wages for dining hall workers

Twelve students representing Huskies Organizing With Labor (HOWL) sang a parody of “Hey Jude” by the Beatles Monday afternoon in Curry Student Center to advocate for dining hall workers.

Campus

Aoun speaks to SGA senate about leadership

Aoun speaks to SGA senate about leadership

Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun spoke to the Student Government Association (SGA) about leadership and community at its senate meeting Monday.

 

Arts & Entertainment

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Event Calendar: March 31 – April 5

By Sophie Cannon, deputy A&E editor Thursday, March 30 In its 33rd year in Boston, the LGBT Film Festival is here once again. This year’s kick-off film is “Signature Move,” a movie about love, loss and Lucha-style wrestling. This timely film also highlights the struggles of Muslim Americans and their […]

Arts & Entertainment

Posters included in the new Gallery 360 feature women's faces paired with discriminatory statements about their gender./Photo by Alex Melagrano

Gallery 360 installation promotes women’s rights

By Christina Philippides, news correspondent The newest display in Northeastern’s Gallery 360, titled “Women’s Rights are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination,” combines graphic design and storytelling to promote women’s rights and challenge gender stereotypes. Domestic violence, unequal pay, inequality, discrimination and voting rights are among […]

 

City

Panel honoring civil rights leader discusses school choice

Panel honoring civil rights leader discusses school choice

All panelists agreed that school choice needs to be focused back on the parents and students, who want nothing more than a good education.

City

Protestors gather in front of the state house to urge Gov. Baker to make Massachusetts a sanctuary state for undocumented immigrants. / Photo by Ryan Grewal

Protesters rally to make Massachusetts a sanctuary state

Protesters called for Massachusetts to refuse to cooperate with federal immigrations officers and to defend undocumented immigrants living in the state.

 

Opinion

News illustration by Hannah Groudas.

Cartoon: When survival instincts backfire

Opinion

More than 100 students walked out of class in January in solidarity with dining workers. / Photo by Lauren Scornavacca

Op-ed: Resist Trump by building worker-student power

Dining hall workers will speak out about their ongoing struggles to achieve just employment and better working conditions.

 

Sports

Zach Aston-Reese leads the nation in points per game. / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

Q&A: Hobey Baker finalist Aston-Reese signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

Aston-Reese went to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh’s AHL affiliate, where he’s preparing for his professional career with the Penguins. During his first game March 21, Aston-Reese scored his first professional goal in the first period of his career with the Penguins.

Sports

Hayley Scamurra heads towards the net during her first appearance with the NWHL's Buffalo Beauts. / Photo courtesy Matt Ramey

Northeastern’s Scamurra debuts in NWHL

Scamurra was drafted 10th overall by the Buffalo Beauts in June 2016 and signed her professional contract on March 10 of this year, becoming Northeastern’s first women’s hockey player to sign a professional contract before graduating.

 

The Political Blog

Internet privacy is under threat. / Photo courtesy beachmobjellies, Creative Commons

Technobabble: Your Internet history for sale

Internet Service Providers can share or sell customers’ web browsing data to the highest bidder.

The Political Blog

The WikiLeaks logo. / Photo courtesy wikileaks-wiki, Creative Commons

Technobabble: Wikileaks Vault 7 Leaks: How worried should you be?

The released documents aren’t as revolutionary as Wikileaks would like you to think.