In the wake of confusion over how President Donald J. Trump will revamp his executive order restricting travel and immigration, Northeastern University’s administration has taken steps to inform students potentially affected by the ban and future orders Trump may issue related to immigration and deportation.
Articles by: Paxtyn Merten
The opinions of constituents come first for newly-elected Massachusetts State Rep. Chynah Tyler, something she emphasized during a discussion with Northeastern students Tuesday night in Kariotis Hall.
Northeastern filed an amicus brief along with seven other Massachusetts universities Friday opposing President Donald J. Trump’s executive order.
The athletics department joined forces with the Nor’easters and Office of Alumni Relations to bring their different audiences together.
University House of Pizza owner Parthena Savvidis said she knew that her building would eventually be sold to Northeastern.
Hundreds of Boston high school and university students walked out of classes Monday as part of a nationwide student movement against President-elect Donald J. Trump.
By Paxtyn Merten, deputy city editor Eataly Boston, an experiential shopping marketplace featuring Italian foods and products, will open in the Boylston Arcade of the Prudential Center at 4 p.m. Nov. 29. Eataly’s self-described style is “informal but assertive; modest but proud; honest but clever,” as proclaimed in signs hanging […]
The Boston Public Market named a 1,082 pound pumpkin as the Official Pumpkin of Boston Tuesday.
Janitors in the Greater Boston Area, including Northeastern’s, voted to approve a contract negotiated by their union.