Sam Haas is a first-time city section editor, diving into the world of city news after serving as a news correspondent last spring. He is a sophomore journalism major who would like to pursue a minor in ethics, computer science, economics or social entrepreneurship; however, he’s too indecisive to actually […]
Articles by: The Huntington News
Ten months after surveying roughly 25 percent of the Northeastern student body on their feelings and knowledge regarding sexual assault on campus, the university has released the results of its 2014 Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault.
Ross Beroff is a third year member of the University Scholars Program, pursuing a combined major in Business Administration and Political Science with concentrations in Finance and Law and Legal Studies. Ross also serves as a Senator on SGA, representing the D’Amore McKim School of Business. He can be reached […]
Sean Connolly is currently serving his first semester as editorial section editor for the Huntington News. He’s in his sophomore year at Northeastern, majoring in English. Sean is from Long Island, New York. During his later years in high school, he fell in love with the written word. His love started […]
Liam Hofmeister is the inside editor of The Huntington News. He is a sophomore majoring in both journalism and theater. Liam is from Sayville, N.Y. where he interned at two local newspapers before starting his sophomore year. Late to the game of journalism, Liam had no experience in news writing until winter […]
Bailey Knecht is returning for her second semester as sports editor of The Huntington News. She is a third year journalism major with a minor in Spanish. Bailey recently completed her first co-op as the athletic communications assistant with the Northeastern University athletic department. As a Colorado native, she is an avid supporter […]
Former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of Wednesday morning on a smattering of charges relating to the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd. Despite lacking a motive, eyewitness and weapon, the jury found Hernandez guilty of first-degree murder.
By Scotty Schenck, photo editor Harvard students dedicated to divesting the school’s money from stocks and corporations associated with fossil fuels blocked all of the openings to University Hall on Tuesday Almost 25 people stopped access to the building in Harvard Yard where administrative offices are located, according to the […]
The fifth annual Academic Honors Convocation will honor both students and faculty in Blackman Auditorium on Thursday, April 23 at 3 p.m. Below is a comprehensive list of award winners. Berhard M. Gordon (’07’) will receive the Presidential Medallion. Gordon is one of the university’s leading benefactors and his recent $10 million […]