The Huntington News

Faculty-in-residence program allows students and professors to live side-by-side

Faculty-in-residence program allows students and professors to live side-by-side

Taylor Driscoll, news staff

October 11, 2019

Northeastern’s Faculty in Residence program was started to create a new kind of community at Northeastern that involved students and faculty members.

Nahant residents denounce NU construction on ‘wildlife preserve’

Nahant residents denounce NU construction on ‘wildlife preserve’

Isaac Stephens, deputy campus editor

October 10, 2019

In its 1965 proposal for the Marine Science Center at East Point, Nahant, Northeastern pledged to make the tract of land next to the facility a “wildlife preserve.” Now, the university is clearing the foliage to make room for a 55,000-square-foot Coastal Sustainability Institute. Residents of N...

Newly-elected Hall Council is ready to serve their community 

Newly-elected Hall Council is ready to serve their community 

Nolan Piccola, news correspondent

October 9, 2019

Once elected, leaders of hall council are responsible for hosting events in their residence halls as a way of engaging the community and bringing residents of each living space closer together.

Jury duty surprises students, conflicts with classes

Jury duty surprises students, conflicts with classes

Emma Plante, news correspondent

October 9, 2019

About 10 percent of Massachusetts residents receive summons every year — and this includes the students who attend the state's 114 colleges and universities.

SGA announces Snell bathroom renovations

SGA announces Snell bathroom renovations

Lucy Gavin, news correspondent

October 8, 2019

The Student Government Association, or SGA, announced new bathrooms will be installed on the second, third and fourth floors of Snell Library this semester. 

Aoun addresses provost search at faculty senate

Aoun addresses provost search at faculty senate

Nick Hirano, news staff

October 4, 2019

Northeastern professors expressed their wants and concerns about the search for the next provost at a faculty senate meeting on Wednesday.

Snell archives strengthen students’ connection to history

Snell archives strengthen students’ connection to history

Kelly Thomas, news correspondent

October 3, 2019

Nestled in the basement of Snell Library, the Archives and Special Collections Department serves as a link to the past and a bridge to the future for students and communities in Boston and abroad.  Housing a wealth of physical and digital documents, books, newspapers, photographs and other materi...

Bike robberies on campus: avoidable or inevitable?

Bike robberies on campus: avoidable or inevitable?

Sarah Olender, news correspondent

October 3, 2019

The number of bikes stolen on campus continue to rise as the semester proceeds.

Students, former RAs unsure of OSCCR fines’ effectiveness

Students, former RAs unsure of OSCCR fines’ effectiveness

Lukas Illion, news correspondent

October 2, 2019

Many students are questioning the effectiveness of OSCCR fines as a deterrent for underage drinking.

Expired elevator licenses cause confusion on campus

Expired elevator licenses cause confusion on campus

Kelly Garrity, news correspondent

October 2, 2019

Elevators in buildings across campus either have expired or missing licenses, calling into question their safety.

NSCC town hall focuses on diversity, cultural mediation

NSCC town hall focuses on diversity, cultural mediation

Grace Horne, news correspondent

October 2, 2019

The Northeastern Student of Color Caucus held their first town hall meeting of the fall semester to talk diversity and cultural mediation.

Open Narratives provides students with a space for meaningful discussion

Open Narratives provides students with a space for meaningful discussion

Christopher Kelly, news staff

October 2, 2019

The club offers a platform for students of all backgrounds to share their opinions and life experiences about a litany of political, economic and social issues.