The Huntington News

Northeastern announced update COVID-19 policies for the spring semester in an email to students Jan. 7. Changes include shortening isolation time to 5 days, the closing of wellness housing and updated testing requirements for returning to campus.
Northeastern shortening isolation, requiring tests to return
Kayla Shiao, news correspondent • January 7, 2022

In an email Friday, Chancellor and Senior Vice President for Learning Ken Henderson announced adjusted policies regarding health and safety protocols as students return from break. Among the policies announced were testing requirements for returning to campus, wellness housing closing and isolation protocol. For...

The COVID-19 pandemic created a drastic need for telehealth platforms such as BetterHelp.
BetterHelp redefines teletherapy, raises issues among students
Clara McCourt, managing editor • January 6, 2022

When Olga Prifti decided to cut off contact with her therapist, a woman she had never met in person, there were complications. It started when Prifti, a fourth-year bioengineering major, was having trouble adjusting to off-campus life amid the pandemic. Riddled with feelings of isolation and anxiety,...

Students at Western Washington University at Take Back Your Time Day celebrations.
Work hard, work harder: the uproar of internalized capitalism in the digital world
Cathy Ching, news correspondent • December 29, 2021

It’s the start of a new year. For many, January is the month of starting — and never finishing — a New Year’s resolution list. For accountants, the notorious month offers much more than a fresh start with no promised finish line. It’s the beginning of a new tax season and the clock to make...

Maura Healey announced she will run for governor Thursday morning. She is pictured in a Labor Day rally in Copley Square on Sept. 6, 2021. Photo credit Avery Bleichfeld.
Maura Healey enters Governor race
Jennifer Suryadjaja, city editor • January 20, 2022
photo courtesy of the city of Boston
Boston city councilors officially sworn in amid vaccine mandate protests
Kathryn Manning, deputy city editor • January 6, 2022
The Greater Boston Food Bank, has held the Hunger Free Holidays campaign for the past 11 years, battling food insecurity. Photo credit: On Food: Greater Boston Food Bank by TheBeachSaint is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
The Greater Boston Food Bank works to battle food insecurity with annual Hunger Free Holidays Fundraising Campaign
Isabella Ratto, news correspondent • December 26, 2021
Tom Holland stars as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Columbia Pictures SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. © 2012 Sony Pictures Digital Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
Review: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ brings the beloved superhero back to his roots
Karissa Korman, deputy lifestyle editor • January 4, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic created a drastic need for telehealth platforms such as BetterHelp.
BetterHelp redefines teletherapy, raises issues among students
Clara McCourt, managing editor • January 6, 2022
photo courtesy of the city of Boston
Boston city councilors officially sworn in amid vaccine mandate protests
Kathryn Manning, deputy city editor • January 6, 2022
Among other Boston schools, Harvard and BU have both committed to divesting from fossil fuels. NU has yet to announce any plans to do the same.
Northeastern falls behind local universities in fossil fuel divestment plans
Leah Cussen, news correspondent • November 19, 2021
The threat of white vigilante violence is fueled by lack of legal repercussions.
Rittenhouse verdict: Self-defense laws serve white vigilantes
Erin Fine, news correspondent • January 13, 2022