The Huntington News

Crime Log: Wednesday, Sept. 8 to Monday, Sept. 13
Crime Log: Wednesday, Sept. 8 to Monday, Sept. 13
Alexis Santoro, news staff • September 17, 2021

Wednesday, Sept. 8  12:17 a.m.  A caller reported an individual entered without proper access at 110 St. Stephen St. The individual was sent on their way. A report was filed.  4:18 a.m.  A caller reported an individual possibly stealing a bike at West Village F. The area was checked....

Northeastern announced Sept. 14 that the negotiations it was in with Mills College in Oakland, California, have been finalized. The partnership will also lead to the creation of the Mills Institute which, according to News@Northeastern, will be dedicated to empowering women, BIPOC and first-generation students.
Northeastern, Mills College finalize partnership
Matt Yan, editor-in-chief • September 14, 2021

Northeastern University announced today in an email from President Joseph E. Aoun that it has finalized negotiations with Mills College in Oakland, California, for a partnership first announced in June. Mills College will now be known as Mills College at Northeastern University.  “Just hours ago,...

During the event Sept. 11, attendees placed roses and small commemorative stones on the memorial. The event also featured several speakers and a moment of silence for the victims of 9/11.
Northeastern community commemorates 20th anniversary of 9/11
Mihiro Shimano, managing editor • September 12, 2021

Northeastern University students, faculty and staff gathered Saturday at the Candace Lee Williams memorial to commemorate the lives of those lost in the 9/11 attacks under a clear, blue sky that resembled the day of the tragedy 20 years ago.  The memorial where the service was held is dedicated to...

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Wu, Essaibi George win historic Boston mayoral preliminary
Kelly Garrity, city editor • September 15, 2021
September’s preliminary election will narrow the field down to two candidates who will face off in the Nov. 2 general election.
Boston gears up for historic mayoral primaries
Kelly Garrity, city editor • September 1, 2021
Constituents across the City of Boston are preparing to vote in the city’s most diverse mayoral election to date, with a field that includes four women of color.
Is Boston’s future female? Mayoral candidates discuss final sprint to primaries in forum
Kenneal Patterson, news staff • August 23, 2021