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Crime Log: Tuesday, Nov. 1 to Monday, Nov. 7

Crime Log: Tuesday, Nov. 1 to Monday, Nov. 7

Alexis Santoro, news staff December 7, 2022

Tuesday, Nov. 1 11:03 a.m. A caller reported an individual shoplifted from Wollaston’s Market in Marino Recreation Center. A report was filed. 2:00 p.m. A caller reported an electronic immigration...

The Student Government Association office at 332 Curry Student Center. SGA passed a resolution Nov. 28 to prioritize the improvement of campus communication during emergencies.

SGA passes Sense of the Senate recommendations to improve emergency communication

Ali Caudle, news staff December 4, 2022

On Nov. 28, Northeastern’s Student Government Association, or SGA, voted on its first major resolution for the 22-23 school year, a Sense of the Senate on Northeastern Emergency Response and Public Safety...

Panelists at the Crime, Race and Justice online forum Nov. 29. Attendees heard from speakers about how Boston Public Schools is addressing student needs in a trauma-informed school system. Photo courtesy of The Center on Crime, Race and Justice.

Center on Crime, Race and Justice hosts forum on trauma-informed services

Renée Abbott, news staff December 4, 2022

The Center on Crime, Race and Justice within the College of Social Sciences and Humanities hosted the third annual Race and Community Dialogue Series, “A Community Forum on Trauma Informed Services Within...

The Westin was used as housing during the 2021-22 school year for students enrolled in Boston.
This spring, some freshmen moving in from abroad will reportedly also live in the hotel. students to be housed in hotels upon return to Boston in spring

Mia Filler, news correspondent December 2, 2022

Over 50% of current students will be housed in hotels upon their return to Boston for the spring 2023 semester, according to an October 26th webinar hosted by Northeastern University Housing, which...

Snell Library will undergo top-to-bottom renovations beginning in Spring 2023. The library plans to reinstate high-used and archived books in person for student use, as well as create additional study spaces.

Snell to remodel interior, reintroduce books to library in two-year renovation

Catherine Tepper, news correspondent November 30, 2022

Although Snell Library is one of the most popular study spots on campus, one thing sets it apart from many other university libraries — its lack of books.  Dan Cohen, the dean of the library, said...

One of Northeasterns major draws for students is the co-op program, which extends to cities around the world with the Beyond Boston program. However, some students who took a co-op outside of Boston say they felt isolated from campus and unsupported by the university.

‘Beyond Boston’ co-ops lack social networks, ease of accessibility

Katy Manning, news staff November 28, 2022

When Northeastern students accept a co-op offer in a city outside Boston, they often have just a few months to search for living arrangements, reach out to social and professional connections and prepare...

Members of the Northeastern University College Democrats and College Republicans met Nov. 10 for a debate in Richards Hall. The topics ranged from gun control to inflation.

College Democrats and College Republicans host debate in aftermath of Election Day

Ali Caudle, news staff November 22, 2022

Two days after the 2022 midterm elections, six Northeastern students met in Richards Hall to debate as representatives of Northeastern’s leading partisan political groups. The three students seated at...

Northeasterns net assets have risen dramatically since 2006, while debts have remained relatively stable, according to Nedell. Total revenue has increased by 7.8% in this time. Photo courtesy of the Northeastern Office of Finance.

Northeastern treasurer presents to Faculty Senate, discusses $1.3B university revenue

Ethan Wayne, news staff November 22, 2022

The university’s faculty senate held its biweekly meeting Nov. 16, with Senior Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Thomas Nedell delivering an annual report to the body of senators from Northeastern’s...

Ethan Zuckerman delivers an address at the Northeastern alumni center Nov. 15. Zuckerman, a public policy professor, spoke about the future of the digital public sphere.

Ethan Zuckerman discusses future of public sphere at CAMD Distinguished Lecturer Series

Renée Abbott, news staff November 21, 2022

Ethan Zuckerman does not think bigger is better, at least not for social media.  The internet scholar and University of Massachusetts Amherst public policy professor discussed how to rebuild the public...

Northeastern announced a collaboration with the mental health advocacy group JED in an Oct. 31 email. The four-year partnership will bring advisors on campus to help improve Northeasterns mental health resources.

JED partnership seeks to upgrade on-campus mental health support

Katherine Mailly, news staff November 16, 2022

Northeastern announced in an email Oct. 31 that it will begin the process of becoming a JED campus in an effort to improve on-campus mental health support for students. JED is a non-profit foundation...

After noticing that there were no sewing clubs yet at Northeastern, some students got together to form one. They are working to make the club official next semester.

Northeastern students look to form sewing club on campus

Laura Emde, news correspondent November 14, 2022

A new opportunity is on the horizon for Northeastern students who love clothing and want to learn more about the process of creating it, as a group of students are working toward creating Northeastern’s...

Many Northeastern students have received scam emails, like this one, claiming to offer high paying part-time jobs. New security measures have been introduced to make it more difficult for other users to log into someones Northeastern account.

Surge of scam emails prompts security concerns, new protection measures

Katherine Mailly, news staff November 14, 2022

Northeastern students have been seeing an increase in scam emails appearing in their school emails, which some say have been harder to spot due to the similarities to legitimate university emails. Following...

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