The Huntington News

One of Northeasterns major draws for students is the co-op program, which extends to cities around the world with the Beyond Boston program. However, some students who took a co-op outside of Boston say they felt isolated from campus and unsupported by the university.
‘Beyond Boston’ co-ops lack social networks, ease of accessibility
Katy Manning, news staff • November 28, 2022

When Northeastern students accept a co-op offer in a city outside Boston, they often have just a few months to search for living arrangements, reach out to social and professional connections and prepare themselves for a big move while they are still a college student. Whether they are heading to a nearby...

Members of the Northeastern University College Democrats and College Republicans met Nov. 10 for a debate in Richards Hall. The topics ranged from gun control to inflation.
College Democrats and College Republicans host debate in aftermath of Election Day
Ali Caudle, news staff • November 22, 2022

Two days after the 2022 midterm elections, six Northeastern students met in Richards Hall to debate as representatives of Northeastern’s leading partisan political groups. The three students seated at the table on the left belonged to the Northeastern University College Democrats, or NUCD, and the...

Northeasterns net assets have risen dramatically since 2006, while debts have remained relatively stable, according to Nedell. Total revenue has increased by 7.8% in this time. Photo courtesy of the Northeastern Office of Finance.
Northeastern treasurer presents to Faculty Senate, discusses $1.3B university revenue
Ethan Wayne, news staff • November 22, 2022

The university’s faculty senate held its biweekly meeting Nov. 16, with Senior Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Thomas Nedell delivering an annual report to the body of senators from Northeastern’s academic colleges. Prior to the report, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs...

Volunteers fill bags with resources at the 22nd annual Thanksgiving Project at United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley in 2021. Photo courtesy of United Way.
Nonprofits fight food insecurity in Latin, Black, queer communities this holiday season
Cathy Ching, news staff • November 22, 2022
A rendering of the P3 Roxbury project led by Rev. Jeffrey Brown and HYM Investment Group CEO Tom O’Brien. The complex will include affordable housing, a museum space, storefronts and more.
Photo courtesy of the DREAM Collaborative.
HYM Investment Group, My City at Peace to turn Roxbury lot into science complex, housing, more
Jane Clements, news correspondent • November 16, 2022
Andrade performs at Open Newbury street on a sunny afternoon. The street performer recently launched his NFT company Beauty in the Streets, which seeks to help ensure dancers’ choreography isn’t plagiarized.
Boston street performer Snap Boogie creates dance NFT company
Renée Abbott, news staff • November 16, 2022
Many Northeastern students have received scam emails, like this one, claiming to offer high paying part-time jobs. New security measures have been introduced to make it more difficult for other users to log into someones Northeastern account.
Surge of scam emails prompts security concerns, new protection measures
Katherine Mailly, news staff • November 14, 2022
After the Mills-Northeastern merger was finalized this July, the historically womens college officially became Mills College at Northeastern University. The first cohort of and NU Bound students have entered the Oakland, California campus. Photo courtesy of Carlie Chin.
Students share experiences as first, NU Bound class enters Mills College at Northeastern
Grace Comer, campus editor • October 27, 2022
Lincoln Mosca, the youngest member of the Northeastern men’s soccer team, participates in the team’s pre-game pep talk. Mosca partnered with the team through Team Impact.
Men’s soccer embraces 7-year-old hype man Lincoln Mosca
Ali Caudle, news staff • October 26, 2022