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Cartoons, Opinion

News illustration by Hannah Groudas.

Cartoon: Where is Apartment 404?

News illustration by Hannah Groudas.

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City

Protestors gather in front of the state house to urge Gov. Baker to make Massachusetts a sanctuary state for undocumented immigrants. / Photo by Ryan Grewal

Protesters rally to make Massachusetts a sanctuary state

Protesters called for Massachusetts to refuse to cooperate with federal immigrations officers and to defend undocumented immigrants living in the state.

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Columns, Opinion

Alex Frandsen, Editorial Columnist

Column: Trump’s budget reflects his priorities

The president, as is now evident, is not actually concerned with making America great again.

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Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Leading Cambodian labor leader Sophorn Yang joined students from Progressive Student Alliance to highlight the poor working conditions of Nike's Cambodian sweatshops on Monday, March 20. / Photo by Alex Melagrano

Letter: PSA gives President Aoun an ultimatum

Dear President Joseph E. Aoun, Your time is up.

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Sports

Senior first baseman Cam Hanley hits a homer in the Huskies' loss to the University of Cincinnati.

Roles solidifying as conference play nears

The next stretch of games for NU will be crucial; they finally start conference play, which decides the seeding for the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament at the end of the season.

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Arts and entertainment

Film festival prepares to screen groundbreaking independent works

Film festival prepares to screen groundbreaking independent works

This year’s festival will include a secret screening of a film, which has never been done before at BUFF.

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campus

Professor honored, gives lecture on human behavior modeling

Professor honored, gives lecture on human behavior modeling

Stacy Marsella, a professor of computer science and psychology, was the recipient of the 53rd Klein University Lecturer Award, which honors a member of the teaching faculty who has contributed with distinction to his or her own field of study.

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Arts and entertainment, Columns

Column: Desperate times call for deeper reporting

Column: Desperate times call for deeper reporting

Everyone has a need for truth, and the effort for journalists to inform the public does not stop at the water’s edge.

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Columns, Sports

March Madness is in full swing, grabbing the attention of college students and fans everywhere.

Column: Debunking the myth of NCAA basketball superiority

I’d like to explain why I prefer professional hoops by disputing a few common claims used by college fans.

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Sports

T.J. Williams goes up for a shot in a game against Hofstra this season. / Photo by Lauren Scornavacca

Looking back on the historic season of T.J. Williams

In addition to his strong 2016-17 season, Williams will be etched in the history books for his role on the 2014-15 team that won the CAA championship and made a March Madness appearance.

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