The Huntington News

Every year, graduating Northeastern students hear from speakers, including fellow students, Northeastern alumni and other inspirational individuals, during their commencement ceremony.
NPR reporter, Chobani CEO to deliver commencement speeches at Fenway Park
Renée Abbott, news staff • May 13, 2022

Fenway Park will host thousands of students at the commencement ceremony May 13, as well as two notable speakers. Hamdi Ulukaya, the founder and CEO of Fortune 500 company Chobani Yogurt will be delivering the commencement speech for undergraduate students and Northeastern alumna and NPR reporter Leila...

Students came together with dining hall workers and the UNITE HERE Local 26 union April 22 to march for contracts that provide livable wages, affordable healthcare and improved working conditions.
Students, dining hall workers stand in solidarity, call for better working conditions
Alexa Grayson, news staff • May 11, 2022

Northeastern students and dining hall workers have recently reformed the HOWL coalition to advocate for a new contract that provides better working conditions and benefits for the dining staff. As the staff and their union begin working towards this new contract, which will be negotiated by Aug. 31,...

Members of the TEDxNortheasternU team set up stage in the auditorium of ISEC.
‘Solve for {Y}’: Annual TEDxNortheasternU conference returns to campus
Grace Comer, campus editor • May 6, 2022

Resilience and rebuilding were strong motifs at this year’s annual TEDxNortheasternU conference April 30, marking the first in-person meeting since before the COVID-19 pandemic.  Speakers from the Northeastern community and beyond shared their personal take on the central theme “Solve for {Y},”...

Tricia Fitzgerald helps plant a tree at the Arbor Day event in Fitzgerald Park Friday. The park is named after State Rep. Kevin Fitzgerald, her late husband.
In effort for new Mission Hill arboretum, community celebrates green space, partnership with Northeastern
Avery Bleichfeld, News Staff • May 16, 2022
The National Braille Press, established in 1927, provides resources for the blind community.
National Braille Press creates new technology for blind community in 21st century
Julia Henning, news correspondent • May 12, 2022
Café Sauvage in Back Bay features a traditional Parisian menu with African influences. Photo by Quillan Anderson.
Café Sauvage offers a slice of Paris in Back Bay
Allie Kuo, news correspondent • May 2, 2022
Womens hockey sees fewer spectators and opportunities than mens
Women's hockey sees fewer spectators and opportunities than men's
Julia Yohe, deputy sports editor • May 15, 2022
Students came together with dining hall workers and the UNITE HERE Local 26 union April 22 to march for contracts that provide livable wages, affordable healthcare and improved working conditions.
Students, dining hall workers stand in solidarity, call for better working conditions
Alexa Grayson, news staff • May 11, 2022
Dining hall employees and HOWL members spoke to a crowd of a few hundred protesters gathered on Centennial Common to support a better contract for the dining hall workers during an April 16 rally.
Hundreds of students, workers attend rally for Northeastern dining workers in Centennial Common
Erin Fine, news staff • April 26, 2022
This past application cycle saw more than 90,000 applications to Northeastern, with the acceptance rate dropping to 6.7% for fall 2022.
Northeastern acceptance rate drops to 6.7%
Kate Armanini, news staff • April 21, 2022