Spring’s Boston Calling line up features Jack Johnson, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, Brand New and more. Click here for a preview of all the weekend’s bands.
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The struggle when it comes to class registration is well-documented and felt by students on campuses across the country. While usually I am heavily disappointed in the advising services and administrative structure in the College of Arts, Media and Design or CAMD, the most recent fall registration period brought about a new level of anxiety and uncertainty felt across the college.
The Northeastern women’s rowing team swept the competition last weekend at the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) championships, cruising to itsfourth conference title in six years on West Windsor, N.J.’s Mercer Lake.
Two members of the Northeastern men’s track team brought Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) medals back to Huntington Avenue last weekend, and freshman Lucy Young earned a first-place finish for the women at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) championships.
Of Northeastern’s four university libraries, Snell is the largest and most heavily utilized by students. It was built in 1990 and was designed by a Cambridge-based firm, The Architect’s Collaborative. It is named after George Snell, an alumnus of 1941, and his wife Lorraine Snell. According to NU’s library website, […]
A drive-in double feature night requires some fair preparation. A packed cooler, some snacks, a full tank of gas for the long ride up, lawn chairs, blankets and pillows—all of which I had prepared this past Saturday night.
Apparently, I forgot the most important item: a box of tissues.
National disasters and terrorist attacks often bring confusion and fear to thousands of people. After the Boston Marathon bombing, Bostonians, runners and people around the world were left asking, “why?” In recognition of a year gone since the bombings, two reporters for the Boston Globe, Scott Helman and Jenna Russell, published their collaboration, “Long Mile Home” in an attempt to answer this question.
By Juliana McLeod, editorial editor
On Monday, May 19, South Korean President Park Geun-hye told listeners she is disbanding the country’s coast guard in response to the April ferry sinking. In her public apology, the president reasoned that the coast guard’s failure to save the lives of those on board during the incident resulted in her decision to cut the branch.