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The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

What happened on Boston’s snowless snow day?
What happened on Boston’s snowless snow day?
February 22, 2024

It seemed everyone got it wrong Feb. 12.  Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced a snow emergency in light of predicted severe weather, causing...

Gwyneth Philips looks down the ice. The fifth-year netminder and assistant captain put up 45 saves against Boston College Saturday afternoon.
Blue line blasts past BC as Philips backstops Northeastern to crucial conference victory
February 21, 2024

With the end of the regular season quickly approaching, every game is important and every point counts. So Saturday afternoon, in its third game...

Alex Campbell looks for a way around Lowells Sean Kilcullen. Campbell scored Northeasterns second goal of the night, assisted by both Hryckowian brothers.
Whitehead’s career-high 42 saves lifts Huskies to shutout win
February 20, 2024

After coming off an upsetting 4-2 loss to the University of Massachusetts Lowell (8-18-4, 4-12-3 HE) Friday, the Northeastern men's hockey team...

The Mills College Art Museum stands at 5000 MacArthur Blvd in Oakland, CA. Look up to the Sky, dedicated to Bay Area creator Hung Liu, opened Jan. 20 and will be open until March 24.
Look Up to the Sky: Mills College Art Museum exhibit honors Hung Liu’s art and mentorship
Gabriella Mbaoua, news correspondent • February 16, 2024

Jan. 20  marked the opening of a new exhibit at Mills College Art Museum, a gallery building founded in 1925 that hosts many exhibitions year...

Spectrums editorial board poses for a photo. The magazine was recently recognized as Superior in the REALM competition. Photo courtesy Spectrum Magazine.
Spectrum Literary Arts Magazine receives national award for students’ creativity
Annika Geiben Lynn, news correspondent • February 14, 2024

Northeastern is home to over 400 clubs and on-campus organizations, but one in particular is growing quickly and getting nationally recognized...

Shirley Wang poses for a photo while tabling at a networking and holiday marketplace event in fall of 2023. Wang founded Hackrah Media as an inclusive Gen Z-led marketing agency. Photo courtesy Shirley Wang.
How a Northeastern student’s inclusive start-up aims to redefine the workplace
February 13, 2024

When Shirley Wang started her business, she had very specific goals in mind for her colleagues: She wanted them to come together, embrace their...

The First Run Through, led by Mashimo, plays its last set. Mashimo fell in love with African American music while studying at Berklee and finds purpose in supporting fellow musicians at Wally’s. “Being a part of the history of this place has significant meaning to me,” Mashimo said. “It’s a great pleasure, and Im doing it for the community here.”
Wally’s Jazz Club walls continue to witness emerging young talent
Aiden Stein, photo correspondent • February 14, 2024

Tucked between brownstones on Massachusetts Avenue sits the nearly 80-year-old Wally’s Cafe Jazz Club. Though the independent venue is one of the last of its kind, Wally’s seems to have no problem filling seats for live jazz every day of...

Column: Is the BAFTA jury system out of touch?
Column: Is the BAFTA jury system out of touch?
Caleb Lee, news correspondent • February 17, 2024

The nominees for the 77th British Academy Film Awards, or BAFTAs, were unveiled Jan. 18, and the responses were far from positive. Notably, there...

Column: 2024 Super Bowl features revolutionary ads, garners new viewers
Column: 2024 Super Bowl features revolutionary ads, garners new viewers
February 17, 2024

There are the Super Bowl fans, and there are the Super Bowl commercial fans. Both are equally important, but in recent years, the latter has...

Retro Review: ‘About Time’ is the time loop subgenre’s saving grace
Retro Review: ‘About Time’ is the time loop subgenre’s saving grace
February 15, 2024

This article is part of the “Retro Review” series. Each month, four films — united by a singular theme — are assessed. The theme for...

The ultimate ‘in’ for 2024 is self-care, Northeastern students say
The ultimate ‘in’ for 2024 is self-care, Northeastern students say
February 14, 2024

In a culture that welcomes each new year with the hope of re-emerging as a better person by the next, the first few months are a time to determine...

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A couple sifts through Legos looking for blue pieces. They were committed to making a monochrome project to present at the Big Build.
Couples build upon their relationships at LEGO’s Valentine’s Day Adult Night
Tanisha Gaikwad, photo staff • February 20, 2024
Getting Around Town encapsulates the deep history of Bostons public transit systems. The exhibit was based on Steven Beauchers book Boston in Transit.
‘Getting Around Town’ exhibit shows deep history of Boston transit system
Katarina Schmeiszer, news correspondent • February 15, 2024
The entrance to Impassioned Destruction at the Old State House. The exhibit commemorated the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.
‘Impassioned Destruction’: Exploring vandalism and property destruction as means of protest
Annie Cayer, news correspondent • February 15, 2024
Protesters gather on Krentzman Quad during an emergency rally hosted by Huskies for a Free Palestine Jan. 10. Students across the country have criticized universities for their lack of outcry about genocide in Gaza.
Op-ed: Student protests matter
Robin L. Reed, contributor • February 19, 2024
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