The Huntington News

Gender-affirming care is a need for transgender individuals at Northeastern
Rachel Umansky-Castro, news staff • February 2, 2023

Finn Seifert, a second-year human services major at Northeastern, started hormone replacement therapy at 16, a treatment some hope to render illegal as part of a national campaign to restrict minors’ access to gender-affirming care.  But Seifert, who wanted to transition as early as middle school,...

DEVELOPING STORY: Northeastern grad student struck and killed by police cruiser in Seattle
Rachel Erwin and Rachel Umansky-Castro January 30, 2023

Jaahnavi Kandula, a 23-year-old Northeastern University graduate student, was killed when a city police cruiser struck her as she crossed the street in Seattle, just a few blocks from the university’s campus, according to officials. Kandula was allegedly struck by a Seattle Police Department cruiser...

Crime Log: Friday, Dec. 16 to Saturday, Dec. 31
Crime Log: Friday, Dec. 16 to Saturday, Dec. 31
Alexis Santoro, news staff • January 15, 2023

Friday, Dec. 16 12:47 a.m.  A caller reported an individual yelling near the Cabot Physical Education Center. The individual was sent on their way.  8:21 a.m.  A caller reported an individual loitering near Camden Street. The individual was sent on their way.  8:57 a.m.  A caller...

Demonstrators from the Party for Socialism and Liberation carry a banner with the words “The people united will stop racist police brutality” as they lead a march through Boston Common Saturday, Jan. 28. Protests continued through the weekend after videos of Tyre Nichols’ killing were made public.
Hundreds gather to protest police brutality after Tyre Nichols killing
Patrick O'Neal, Quillan Anderson, Colette Pollauf, and Jessica Xing February 7, 2023
Lion dancers lift costumes during the Lunar New Year celebration
in Chinatown Jan. 29. The celebration featured city and community
speakers and a parade through the city.
Crowds return to Chinatown in celebration of Lunar New Year
Aiden Stein, news correspondent • February 5, 2023
Hundreds gather to witness the unveiling of “The Embrace” in Boston
Common Jan. 13. The sculpture honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
was modeled off a photo of him and his wife, Coretta Scott King, who
embraced after learning he won the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.
Embrace monument brings to life MLK’s history, legacy in Boston Common
Ali Caudle, deputy city editor • February 5, 2023
The Huskies celebrate a goal against the Crusaders Friday night. Northeasterns 4-0 win secured a fourth consecutive Hockey East title for the team.
Müller breaks Hockey East all-time scoring record to send Huskies to fourth straight division title
Amelia Ballingall, deputy sports editor • January 29, 2023
The Northeastern Huskies celebrate during a game at Fenway Park. The team won the Frozen Fenway matchup 4-1 over the University of Connecticut.
Northeastern knocks it out of the park in 4-1 Frozen Fenway victory against UConn
Annah Chaya and Eli Curwin January 9, 2023
Paws stretches out in front of Krentzman Quadrangle.
Who is Paws? The team behind the energetic mascot
Sarah Popeck, news correspondent • December 3, 2022