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Men’s soccer runs out of gas at HC

By Slava Didkovsky BROOKLINE – Three games in five days finally caught up to the men’s soccer team. After pulling off two magnificent home victories, the Huskies (3-4-2) travelled to Worcester to take on an undefeated Holy Cross team. Despite playing well in the beginning, Northeastern suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 […]

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Hostel busy again

Last year 38 transfer students called Hostelling International at 12 Hemenway St. home. This year 58 male transfer students are residing in the hostel’s close quarters while 120 females are living at Simmons College across the Fenway. Students living at the hostel are paying $1,720 a quarter for a standard […]

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Housing getting hostel

The Northeastern “housing crisis” has gotten out of hand. While most freshmen this year came to campus with the usual woes about dorm size and roommate situations, believe it or not others were even less fortunate. Students living in the Hostelling International youth hostel arrived to less than adequate conditions, […]

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Backs and wideouts share wealth

By Max Lederman This year, instead of leaving opposing defenders in his dust, L.J. McKanas has left a group of young, inexperienced players on the field. Out of the six running backs listed on Northeastern’s roster coming into this season, two had never carried the ball for the Huskies, and […]

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Hemp Fest argues the legalization of marijuana

By Adam McDermott This is the first in a two-part series about the decriminalizing and legalization of marijuana. The midnight tokers and pro-marijuana supporters came together earlier this month for a lively celebration of the 13th annual Freedom Rally on the Boston Common. For 52 individuals the peace rallies ended […]

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Northeastern still needs improvement

The recent ranking of Northeastern University as the number one school in the nation for Academic Programs: Internships/Co-ops by U.S. News and World Report is a great step in the direction of achieving President Freeland’s goal of reaching the top 100 universities of the nation. In order to attain the […]

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When an upset isn’t really an upset

Believe it or not, I am a college student. Those that know me think I say some outlandish things, but I didn’t pay off anyone to get in here. That being said, let’s do some grammar homework. Upset … what is the meaning of the word upset? Well, according to […]

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Field hockey splits in Michigan

By Eric Creamer There is only one word that can describe the nationally-ranked Northeastern field hockey team right now: dominant. The No. 12 Huskies were off to their best start in school history by going 6-0 before Sunday’s 2-1 overtime setback to third-ranked Michigan. The Huskies also defeated Central Michigan, […]

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Orsillo gets dream job in NESN booth

By Emily Warchadlo Ever wonder what you will do with your Communications degree from Northeastern? Well if you are anything like NU graduate Don Orsillo, you will take that degree and turn it into your dream job. Orsillo, 33, who graduated in 1991, is the television play-by- play announcer for […]

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Get a rush from Greek life

The summer has come and gone, and the NU campus is once again packed with students looking to work towards a degree that will give them a head start in life through a career. I assume that most of you students want to score high grades, experience what college life […]

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