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Uncontested Brown-Nobile slate elected with 61 percent of the vote

Uncontested Brown-Nobile slate elected with 61 percent of the vote

Isaac Stephens, news staff

April 12, 2019


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The Brown-Nobile slate received 61 percent of the student vote in this year’s uncontested election, establishing Chris Brown as president and Gabby Nobile as executive vice president of next year’s Student Government Association, or SGA.

Awareness Committee remembers the Holocaust and Rwandan genocide

Awareness Committee remembers the Holocaust and Rwandan genocide

Nick Swindell, news staff

April 11, 2019


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Attendees commemorated the Holocaust and other genocides during the Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Week.

Chris Brown will not pursue special election if ‘no confidence’ wins student vote

Chris Brown will not pursue special election if ‘no confidence’ wins student vote

Isaac Stephens, news staff

April 10, 2019


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Currently, SGA bylaws call for a special election following a no confidence result, during which senators can nominate any qualified person not already elected to a different office.

SGA announces new meal plan options

SGA announces new meal plan options

Isaac Stephens and Maria Lovato

April 10, 2019


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Northeastern will implement new meal plan options of seven, 12, 17 and unlimited swipes per week at the beginning of the fall semester.

RISE provides students with valuable practice, exposure

RISE provides students with valuable practice, exposure

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

April 8, 2019


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The eighth annual Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo included 403 presentations and an awards ceremony.

SGA alters stipend funding in response to student complaints

SGA alters stipend funding in response to student complaints

Isaac Stephens, news staff

April 3, 2019


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The SGA passed an internal budget proposal to stop funding stipends for its executive staff through the SAF and decrease its overall budget by 48 percent.

Referenda proposals focus on transparency, sexual misconduct on campus

Referenda proposals focus on transparency, sexual misconduct on campus

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

April 3, 2019


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Three referenda will be available on April 7 for the student body to vote on along with the upcoming presidential election ballot

Clubs frustrated with signature collection process to legitimize referenda

Clubs frustrated with signature collection process to legitimize referenda

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

April 3, 2019


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“FOIA NUPD” and “Fair OSCCR Hearings,” proposed by the NUCR, did not receive enough signatures by the deadline and therefore will not be on the ballot.

NCH signals shift in NU regional campus strategy

NCH signals shift in NU regional campus strategy

Isaac Stephens, news staff

April 3, 2019


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The focus of regional campuses have mostly been tailored to the needs of students who have already integrated into the workforce, but this is beginning to change.

NU online courses help students through flexibility, affordability

NU online courses help students through flexibility, affordability

Riana Buchman, news correspondent

April 3, 2019


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While some find the courses’ convenience appealing, others think the experience takes away from the challenging and collaborative environment of a traditional classroom.

Campus climate survey reveals new data on sexual violence at NU

Campus climate survey reveals new data on sexual violence at NU

Jenna Clark, news staff

April 3, 2019


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While much of the results improved from previous surveys, 20.9 percent of survey respondents reported they were sexually touched without their consent since being at Northeastern.

Nate Silver gives insight into the 2020 election at NU talk

Nate Silver gives insight into the 2020 election at NU talk

Hayley Slusser, news correspondent

April 3, 2019


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During a talk at NU on March 27, Nate Silver, the founder of the data journalism website FiveThirtyEight, said he’s sticking to his projection model moving forward to 2020.