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Less than a year after opening its Roux Institute campus in Portland, Northeastern plans to open another new campus near Washington, D.C.

Northeastern to open campus near D.C.

Jayden Khatib, news staff March 17, 2021

Less than a year after opening its Roux Institute campus in Portland, Northeastern plans to open another new campus near Washington, D.C. to be closer to the federal government, according to a report from...

Casey Buttke and Izzy Galinkin are running for SGA president and vice president, respectively.

Q&A: Buttke-Galinkin slate, running uncontested, wants to transform SGA from the inside

Isaac Stephens, news staff March 16, 2021

For three years in a row, Student Government Association elections have presented Northeastern students with a binary choice between only a single slate of candidates or a vote of no confidence. This...

Students enjoy the nice weather as they relax on Krentzman Quad, March 11.

Northeastern announces Care Days, on-campus changes

Valeria Vazquez and Jessica Silverman March 11, 2021

One year after the university announced all classes would go online, Northeastern announced the addition of two Care Days and changes on campus to allow more freedoms for students Thursday afternoon in...

Northeastern announced in a March 9 email that the university plans to reopen for a normal fall semester.

Northeastern announces plans to reopen for ‘normal fall semester’

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor March 9, 2021

Almost exactly one year after the closure of Northeastern’s North American campuses, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs David Madigan announced in an email March 9 that the university...

Northeastern has begun hosting in-person fitness classes at Marino Recreation Center and SquashBusters in accordance with Bostons move to Step 2 of Phase 3 of the reopening plan.

Northeastern reopens in-person fitness classes

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor March 4, 2021

A little more than a month after Marino Recreation Center and SquashBusters Center opened at 25% capacity, indoor in-person fitness classes are back, according to a March 3 [email protected] article. In...

Many Northeastern students in wellness housing experience mental health challenges such as heightened stress levels.

Quarantine affects students’ mental health

Peyton Doyle, news staff March 4, 2021

When a student at Northeastern tests positive for COVID-19, their close contacts must remain in isolation housing for eight days after their initial exposure. Some individuals stay longer, however, and...

The roundtable Feb. 17 was intended to foster a discussion about anti-Semitism and create a safe space for students to share personal experiences.

Jewish students at Northeastern speak up about anti-Semitism

Grace Comer, news staff March 4, 2021

Last November, the Student Government Association, or SGA, passed a resolution adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Association's, or IHRA, official definition of anti-Semitism.  In conjunction...

Northeastern Law students partnered with the Civil Rights Restorative Justice Project to investigate the case of Henry Gilbert, who was killed in a Georgia jail in 1947.

NU law students investigate, correct history

Annie Probert, news staff March 4, 2021

Northeastern University School of Law’s Civil Rights and Restorative Justice project, or CRRJ, is seeking to correct the false narrative surrounding the lynching of a Black man nearly 75 years ago through...

The university announced Feb. 26 in an email that Northeastern will no longer be scheduling first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine due to Massachusetts decision to prioritize other vaccination sites.

Northeastern to stop administering first doses of vaccine at state’s direction

Matt Yan, news staff February 27, 2021

In an email to all Northeastern students Feb. 26, the university updated its vaccine rollout plan. Now, students will no longer be able to schedule first dose shots of the COVID-19 vaccine through the...

In an email Feb. 26, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Madigan announced that summer courses will be taught using the NUflex model.

Summer courses to be delivered in hybrid NUflex model

Marta Hill, deputy campus editor February 26, 2021

As students’ time tickets to register for summer courses steadily come and go, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Madigan, announced in an email Feb. 26 that summer courses...

As of April 28, there are 77 students in isolation, 35 in quarantine and the seven-day average positive rate is 0.16%, according to Northeasterns testing dashboard.

Northeastern introduces at-home COVID-19 test kits for faculty, staff

Jessica Silverman, managing editor February 24, 2021

Northeastern faculty and staff, with the exception of contract employees, will be able to purchase at-home COVID-19 test kits from the university starting in the next coming days, according to a Feb. 16...

Quontay Turner and Danita Mends pose for a picture at the Northeastern Valentine’s Day Marketplace Feb. 11. 
Turner and Mends cofounded the Emerald City Plant Shop, one of the local small businesses at the Valentines Day Marketplace.

Northeastern Valentine’s Day Marketplace supports Mutual Aid, small businesses

Gray Timberlake, news staff February 24, 2021

Students lined up outside of the tents on Robinson Quad Feb. 11 to buy gifts at the Valentine’s Day Marketplace for loved ones while also supporting small businesses and benefiting Northeastern Mutual...

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