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Students from several colleges in the Massachusetts area were given the opportunity to open up about mental health issues during a Twitter Spaces jointly hosted by the Boston Globe and Active Minds on Feb. 17.

Boston Globe, Active Minds open up overdue conversation about mental health in college

Alexa Grayson, news staff March 16, 2022

A Boston Globe Twitter space held Feb. 17 in collaboration with Active Minds struck up important conversations about mental health on college campuses.  The Twitter stream was hosted by Laura Krantz,...

Artists and students gathered in the Curry Student Center March 2 for a bustling and picturesque art show with the aroma of hot chocolate and donuts in the air.

SGA showcases student art at fifth annual Block pARTy

Tracy Wai Yee Shi, news correspondent March 14, 2022

Northeastern’s fifth annual Block pARTy, sponsored by the Student Government Association, or SGA, took place March 2. After a year off because of COVID-19, SGA revived the event to showcase students’...

Fifth-year international business student Angelica Del Campo shares her co-op experience. She is one of several upperclassmen that shared their advice on applying for co-ops.

Northeastern students reflect on remote co-ops, give advice to underclassmen

Cathy Ching, projects editor March 14, 2022

Although the co-op program is not exclusive to Northeastern, it remains one of the leading factors of why students choose to attend the university, according to students interviewed by The News. However,...

In a debate March 10, the two SGA candidate slates were able to discuss their goals and policies in advance of the election. The candidates, from left to right, are Angelica Jorio (presidential candidate) and Sebastian Chávez (vice presidential candidate) of the Jorio-Chávez Ticket, and Abigail Sodergren (vice presidential candidate) and Rhea Tipnis (presidential candidate) of the New Horizons slate.

SGA candidate slates face off in public debate before election

Grace Comer, campus editor March 14, 2022

To help voters pick a new student body president and executive vice president in the first contested election in four years, the Student Government Association, or SGA, hosted a debate between the two...

At a debate Thursday, March 3, the two candidate slates were able to answer student questions about their platforms.

SGA to hold contested election for first time in four years

Srishti Gummaraju, news staff March 11, 2022

Two candidate slates are participating in the upcoming 2022 Student Government Association, or SGA, elections.  Third-year business administration major Rhea Tipnis is running for president with Abigail...

When news of the war broke on campus, students were quick to gather in protest and to raise money to support Ukraine, with students demonstrating in Centennial Commons.

War in Ukraine saddens Northeastern Russian, Ukrainian community, students advocate for support

Crescent Huang, news staff March 11, 2022

Merely two months into a brand new year, a war between a global superpower and its neighboring nation has created agitation and turmoil across the world.  Russian forces attacked Ukraine Feb. 24. ...

Crime Log: Thursday, March 3 to Tuesday, March 8

Crime Log: Thursday, March 3 to Tuesday, March 8

Alexis Santoro, news staff March 10, 2022

Thursday, March 3  12:00 p.m. A caller from LightView reported unauthorized purchases on their credit card. A report was filed.  1:17 p.m.  Officers received a general fire alarm from the...

One of Northeastern’s a cappella teams, Distilled Harmony, performed at the quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Feb. 26, winning second place overall and with two members receiving individual awards. Photo courtesy of Maghdalin Joyce.

Distilled Harmony a cappella group advances to semifinals in national competition

Renée Abbott, news staff March 6, 2022

Competing against the Treblemakers, two groups performing the same song, last minute solo replacements, team camaraderie, a capella — one might think that this is the plot to 2012 hit movie “Pitch...

Crime log: Wednesday, Feb. 23 to Wednesday, March 2

Crime log: Wednesday, Feb. 23 to Wednesday, March 2

Alexis Santoro, news staff March 5, 2022

Wednesday, Feb. 23  6:47 a.m.  A caller reported a known individual stole their phone and jacket from the Westin Hotel. A report was filed.  8:45 a.m.  A caller reported an unknown vehicle...

Northeastern announced Tuesday that starting Saturday, masks will no longer be required in most indoor settings on campus. The change came shortly after the city of Boston announced the mask mandate would lift this weekend.

Students divided on Northeastern’s move to drop indoor mask mandate

Marta Hill, editor-in-chief March 4, 2022

Mandatory masks indoors will soon be a thing of the past on Northeastern’s Boston campus.  Starting March 5, masks will only be required in the University Health and Counseling Services building....

The Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship is holding its second annual summit March 26 in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex. The organizers, from left to right, are Meera Patel (Director of Design), Meghan D’Arcy (Director of Marketing), Alex Stern (Head of Summit), Fatema Janahi (Director of Outreach) and Ho Yan Ho (Director of Operations, not shown). Photo courtesy of Meghan D’Arcy.

Second annual WISE summit to offer learning opportunities for all

Adessa Jayne, news correspondent March 1, 2022

The Women's Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship, or WISE, will be holding its second annual summit later this month. The event will feature a variety of speakers and workshop sessions centered...

Northeastern announced March 1 that effective March 5 masks will not be required indoors in most settings on the Boston campus. The change came immediately after Mayor Michelle Wu announced Bostons mask mandate would also lift March 5.

Northeastern to remove indoor mask requirement for Boston campus

Marta Hill, editor-in-chief March 1, 2022

Effective this Saturday, face coverings will be “optional in all settings” on the Boston campus except University Health and Counseling Services, according to a [email protected] article. This change,...

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