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Neurala COO shares insight on gender equity in STEM with NU students

Neurala COO shares insight on gender equity in STEM with NU students

Charlie Wolfson, editor-in-chief

January 20, 2019


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Heather Ames Versace, co-founder and chief operating officer of the artificial intelligence company Neurala, spoke to NU students about gender equality in STEM Friday night.

Winter involvement fair fails to accommodate students, second fair scheduled

Winter involvement fair fails to accommodate students, second fair scheduled

Nick Swindell, deputy campus editor

January 17, 2019


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A second winter involvement fair will take place Jan. 27th in order to accommodate students who were not able to attend the original event.

Some NU Democrats are frustrated with the party’s messaging

Some NU Democrats are frustrated with the party’s messaging

Isaac Stephens, news correspondent

January 17, 2019


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While some outside democratic candidates won big in November, the Democratic Party is still struggling to find a cohesive platform that will represent its entire base.

It’s not what it looks like: Snell renovations add seats to 4th floor

It’s not what it looks like: Snell renovations add seats to 4th floor

Yunkyo Kim, news correspondent

January 16, 2019


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Multiple renovations took place over winter break, most notably at Snell Library and Marino Recreation Center.

College of Computer and Information Sciences named for Amin Khoury

College of Computer and Information Sciences named for Amin Khoury

Nick Swindell, deputy campus editor

January 16, 2019


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Northeastern University is now home to one of the first named colleges of computer and information science in the country.

Blind N.Y. resident sues NU over website accessibility

Blind N.Y. resident sues NU over website accessibility

Maria Lovato, campus editor

January 16, 2019


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Jason Camacho, a blind N.Y. resident, sued Northeastern and 50 other schools in November claiming that their websites are not accessible to him as a person with vision loss.

ITS makes slight change to ‘husky.neu.edu’ email addresses

ITS makes slight change to ‘husky.neu.edu’ email addresses

Maria Lovato, campus editor

January 15, 2019


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ITS created a dual email account for students in order to add them to Office 365's Global Address List.

SAID hosts BLM activist and co-founder in conversation

SAID hosts BLM activist and co-founder in conversation

Yunkyo Kim, news correspondent

December 5, 2018


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Activists Patrisse Cullors and Richie Reseda came to Blackman Auditorium on Monday to discuss their experiences with modern activism and mobilization.

TEDxNortheasternU holds first TED talk event with all female speakers

TEDxNortheasternU holds first TED talk event with all female speakers

Brittany Mendez, news staff

December 5, 2018


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TEDxNortheasternU hosted their first female-focused conference in the Northeastern Alumni Center on Monday. The event featured fifth-year political science major Alicia Payne and Jaclyn Long, a fourth-year bioengineering major.

Engineering clubs pushed out by renovations, with little explanation

Engineering clubs pushed out by renovations, with little explanation

Corey Dockser, multimedia manager

December 5, 2018


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Baja Society of American Engineers Northeastern received an email from the College of Engineering on June 30 stating that they had to vacate their lab space in the basement of Richards Hall. A week later, they set up in the basement of Gainsboro Garage, struggling to continue their work with limited space a...

Northeastern alumni hold final sendoff for Punter’s

Northeastern alumni hold final sendoff for Punter’s

December 5, 2018


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By Nick Hirano, news staff Punter’s Pub will give its final last call this month, as the Huntington Avenue dive bar is set to close its doors two years after Northeastern purchased the property. Campus-planning documents suggest that the property could be used as part of a student housing expansion. On Saturday night, ...

NU community offers different opinions on midterm outcome

NU community offers different opinions on midterm outcome

December 5, 2018


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By Nick Swindell, deputy campus editor The 2018 midterm elections took place Nov. 6, and for the first time since 1970, the president’s party gained seats in one chamber of congress and lost seats in the other. Northeastern students and faculty were split on what to take away from the elections, ...

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