The Huntington News

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Chicken Lou’s reveals new products, more surprises to come
Skye Richmond, deputy campus editor • October 15, 2021

On Monday Jan. 11, Chicken Lou’s Twitter account tweeted, “Did we all think Chicken Dave would stay retired? #workingonsomethingbig #fingerscrossed #weneedgoodnewsin2021”  Since then, a series of mysterious tweets revealed the release of new products such as the shack’s signature honey mustard...

Crime log: Friday, Oct. 1 to Monday, Oct. 4 
Crime log: Friday, Oct. 1 to Monday, Oct. 4 
Alexis Santoro, news staff • October 15, 2021

Friday, Oct. 1  12:05 a.m.  There was a motor vehicle accident on Huntington Avenue. Officers assisted with traffic. BPD assumed jurisdiction.  1:14 a.m.  Weapons were confiscated from an individual’s room in Kerr Hall. A report was filed.  1:41 a.m.  A caller reported a loud...

Northeastern announced new guidance on vaccination requirements for Family and Friends Weekend and in-arena sports events Oct. 15.
Northeastern announces COVID-19 requirements for family weekend, in-arena athletic events
Sarah Barber, news staff • October 15, 2021

Northeastern released new COVID-19 requirements for those attending family weekend and athletic events, at both Matthews Arena and the Cabot Center, on Friday, Oct. 15.  In an email from the Office of Student Orientation and Family Programs regarding the upcoming family weekend, Oct. 22-24, the university...

Rally attendees hoisted signs expressing their support for abortion access, an issue that will come before the Supreme Court in its current term.
Over 1,000 rally in Boston for abortion rights
Erin Fine, news correspondent • October 14, 2021
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Built in Boston, City Council candidate Ruthzee Louijeune hopes to build better for the next generation
Isabella Ratto, news correspondent • October 13, 2021
The APIZZA sign hangs in Hub Hall
Boston’s newest food marketplace, Hub Hall, attracts tourists, locals alike
Jennifer Suryadjaja, news correspondent • October 4, 2021