The Huntington News

A memo sent to several faculty last week suggested NUFlex software will continue to be used in future semesters.
Memo to faculty says “NUflex’s use will continue into future terms”
Isaac Stephens, news staff • April 12, 2021

Northeastern administrators stated that “NUflex’s use will continue into future terms” in an Information and Technology Services, or ITS, memo emailed to some faculty members last week. The university announced in February that both of its summer terms would be held through the NUflex model,...

Due to the pandemic, many students are struggling to find a co-op.
Northeastern students respond to working during spring semester
Lisa Neureiter, news staff • April 9, 2021

Working students in the Northeastern community have struggled to adapt to the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. For students balancing both work and school, these difficulties have recently been exacerbated by midterms and a lack of spring break.  Mikaela Black, a second-year international...

Photo courtesy Tyler Blint-Welsh
NU alum Tyler Blint-Welsh was assaulted by the police. Professionals offer advice for student journalists 
Katie Mogg, news staff • April 6, 2021

Last May, New York City Police Department officers attacked Tyler Blint-Welsh, Northeastern alum and current reporter for The Wall Street Journal, at a protest against police brutality following the death of George Floyd.  “At a point I think someone threw a bottle, and then the police charged...