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Student government extends elections, invalidates first 1,500 votes

Student government extends elections, invalidates first 1,500 votes

Voting for SGA Direct Elections was extended to Monday after 1,500 students’ votes were reset due to a ballot misprint of a referendum question about giving local neighborhoods decision-making power in university affairs.

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Crime Log

CRIME LOG: MARCH 13 – MARCH 19

Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Monday, March 13 to Sunday, March 19.

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Students bring mental health texting hotline to Northeastern area

Students bring mental health texting hotline to Northeastern area

Lean on Me is an anonymous texting hotline that pairs people with peer supporters to talk about whatever is troubling them. The hotline was founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in early 2016, but Northeastern students opened the Huntington chapter in February.

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The list of faculty members who signed DivestNU's open letter in support of fossil fuel divestment. The letter was delivered to Provost James C. Bean last fall./Photo by Lauren Scornavacca

Faculty Senate considers divestment resolution

The Faculty Senate has yet to vote on whether it will adopt a resolution asking university administration to be more transparent about the university’s investments in fossil fuels, but many of its members supported the idea at an informal meeting March 15.

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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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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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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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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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Obituary: Jake Thompson, 18, remembered as kind, genuine

Obituary: Jake Thompson, 18, remembered as kind, genuine

“His ability to befriend everybody was almost supernatural,” said Pavan Reddy, Thompson’s friend.

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