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Boston startup uses cash-back program to reduce pollution

Boston startup uses cash-back program to reduce pollution

Boston-based startup Soli is trying to make reducing carbon emissions as easy as spending irresponsibly.

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Sports

Seales finishes 41st, 46th in NCAA Diving Championships

Seales finishes 41st, 46th in NCAA Diving Championships

Seales plans to continue to work on difficult dives as she finishes her collegiate career next year, and she said she hopes to return to Zones more prepared.

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Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said people need to become politically active to resist Trump's policies at the local level. / Photo by Suma Hussien

Massachusetts attorney general calls for local opposition to Trump

Massachusetts AG Maura Healey harshly criticized President Donald J. Trump’s travel ban and encouraged people to become active in local politics.

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Arts and entertainment

Review: ‘Topdog/Underdog’ is a potent, focused work

Review: ‘Topdog/Underdog’ is a potent, focused work

The existential claustrophobia at the heart of Suzan-Lori Parks’ Pulitzer Prize winner is turned up to a scorching degree.

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Arts and entertainment, event calendar

Events this week include a city wide vegan ice cream social, being held in Boston Common./Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Event Calendar: March 23-29

Everything you need to know about the happenings in Boston this week.

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Student government race marred by controversial campaign conduct

Student government race marred by controversial campaign conduct

With voting for the leaders of Student Government Association (SGA) scheduled to end Thursday, the Suchira + Paulina ticket faces charges of libelous campaigning, while the ReNUal slate confronts criticism over its social media usage and the absence of sexual assault policy in its platfor

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Sports

March Madness provides distraction and excitement for many. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons

The thirst for madness

UCLA was a commonly predicted team to win the tournament by many sports analysts, but I was hesitant about how good they would be, especially since UCLA seems like the Lonzo Ball show.

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As Northeastern population grows, so does impact on neighborhoods

Northeastern University has not created housing at the same rate at which it accepts students.

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College Democrats win health care debate

College Democrats win health care debate

The Northeastern University College Democrats (NUCD) beat their Republican counterparts in an hour-long debate health care debate Thursday night in 300 Richards Hall.

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Arts and entertainment

Review: Disney film brings new beauty to beloved film

Review: Disney film brings new beauty to beloved film

Disney continues to roll out live-action versions of classic childhood fantasies and although most consumers know it is a plot to take our money, the money is well spent.

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