The Huntington News

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Kaolin Beauty wins Husky Startup Challenge, prepares for official launch
Luiza Loyo, news staff • June 11, 2021

Michelle Beaudette, third-year business administration major with concentrations in finance, entrepreneurship and marketing, won last semester’s Husky Startup Challenge with her makeup and self-care business, Kaolin Beauty.  Raised in a family of entrepreneurs, Beaudette always felt inspired by...

In a university-wide email, Northeastern laid out progress in supporting APIDA students on campus.
Northeastern announces new initiatives to support APIDA students
Ethan Wayne and Gwen Egan June 3, 2021

In a university-wide email sent June 3, Northeastern detailed progress toward addressing aggression directed at Asian Pacific Islander Desi American, or APIDA, communities and students.    “We have engaged with Northeastern students, faculty and staff from across the university to discuss...

Residents of Nahant voted
Nahant votes ‘yes’ for eminent domain at town meeting
Mihiro Shimano, managing editor • May 17, 2021

Residents of Nahant, Massachusetts voted yes to eminent domain Saturday at the 2021 annual town meeting, authorizing the Board of Selectmen to utilize eminent domain as a tool in future negotiations with Northeastern regarding university development and expansion. The article passed with a 647-241 vote...

Governor Baker announced at press conference held Monday that the mask mandate would be lifted for fully vaccinated individuals by the end of the month.
Massachusetts lifts mask mandate for fully vaccinated people
Kelly Garrity, city editor • May 17, 2021
Boston-area student newspapers prioritize maintaining newsrooms that are inclusive to journalists of color.
Boston collegiate newspapers work toward more inclusive journalism
Milton Posner, news correspondent • April 15, 2021
On Tuesday, Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey joined the mayoral election race.
Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey declares her candidacy for mayor
Kelly Garrity, news staff • April 6, 2021
A case winding its way through the U.S. Supreme Court threatens to overturn federal laws protecting abortion.
Op-ed: Women’s reproductive rights are in jeopardy
Alyssa Endres, contributor • June 17, 2021