The Huntington News

Student sign language interpreters help deaf community access music

Student sign language interpreters help deaf community access music

Yunjia Hou, news correspondent

March 27, 2019


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Deaf music lovers are experiencing music through ASL music videos, vibrations on headphones and even dancing.

Fake Giving Day posters go viral, spark debate over NU fundraising

Fake Giving Day posters go viral, spark debate over NU fundraising

Deanna Schwartz, news staff

March 27, 2019


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Fake posters criticizing Giving Day appeared around campus and went viral.

NU Jewish community struggles with conflict between finals and Passover

NU Jewish community struggles with conflict between finals and Passover

Deanna Schwartz, news staff

March 27, 2019


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The exam period — April 19 to 26 — coincides directly with Passover, one of Judaism’s most important holidays.

Students push for greater overdose prevention

Students push for greater overdose prevention

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

March 27, 2019


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NUPD officers carry potentially life-saving drugs, but there’s a push for broader access to such drugs as well as further education on the realities of drug overdose.

Special Olympics Club hosts fourth-annual Special Spirit basketball game

Special Olympics Club hosts fourth-annual Special Spirit basketball game

Jenna Clark, news staff

March 26, 2019


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Special Olympics basketball teams from two local high schools competed against each other in the Special Spirit basketball game Sunday at NU.

TEDxNortheasternU attracts 300 attendees, speakers of all disciplines

TEDxNortheasternU attracts 300 attendees, speakers of all disciplines

Deanna Schwartz, news staff

March 26, 2019


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Saturday's event featured a diverse crop of speakers with topics including communal architecture, neurodegenerative disorders and art museums.

NU conservatives raise concerns about political intolerance

NU conservatives raise concerns about political intolerance

Isaac Stephens, news staff

March 24, 2019


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According to a study released last month by analytics firm PredictWise, Suffolk County is the most politically intolerant area in the United States.

SGA transitions to annual budget allocation system

SGA transitions to annual budget allocation system

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

March 20, 2019


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Under the new SAF manual, students will submit prospective annual budgets in the spring semester.

SGA adds abstain option to upcoming elections ballot

SGA adds abstain option to upcoming elections ballot

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

March 20, 2019


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The 2019 SGA election ballot will feature an abstain option in an effort to address large amounts of no confidence votes.

Chris Brown to run for SGA president unopposed

Chris Brown to run for SGA president unopposed

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

March 20, 2019


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Chris Brown and Gabby Nobile will run uncontested for president and vice president of SGA on the platform of accessibility, academic advising and improving relations with other groups.

Top political journalists share their experiences reporting on the White House

Top political journalists share their experiences reporting on the White House

Diya Navlakha, news correspondent

March 20, 2019


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Washington, D.C-based reporters took part in a conversation at NU about the changing nature of the political landscape.

NU Makers Club lets students pursue their artistic passions

NU Makers Club lets students pursue their artistic passions

Christopher Kelly, news staff

March 20, 2019


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Students come to the Makers Club in order to pursue an eclectic mix of creative passions such as 3-D printing, laser cutting and cooking.