The Huntington News

At NU conference, environmentalists stress communication

At NU conference, environmentalists stress communication

Isaac Stephens, news correspondent

February 27, 2019


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Bethany Wiggin, a climate activist, said at an NU climate change conference that academics concerned about the environment need to learn how to communicate with ordinary people.

Students housed on Commonwealth Ave. troubled by lack of communication and security

Students housed on Commonwealth Ave. troubled by lack of communication and security

Avery Bleichfeld, news staff

February 20, 2019


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For some students living on Commonwealth Avenue, the problems go beyond just living two miles off campus.

Ken Henderson named first chancellor of NU

Ken Henderson named first chancellor of NU

Deanna Schwartz, news staff

February 20, 2019


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The former College of Science Dean Ken Henderson was appointed to the position of chancellor on Feb. 11.

Employers at career fair enthusiastic about experienced NU applicants

Employers at career fair enthusiastic about experienced NU applicants

Bradley Fargo, news correspondent

February 20, 2019


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During the career fair Feb. 14, students were given the opportunity to pursue their passions and make connections with employers.

SGA updates policy to better evaluate referenda

SGA updates policy to better evaluate referenda

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

February 20, 2019


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The SGA changed their referenda evaluation policy to promote transparency and accommodate a growing number of sponsors.

SGA president and SARC work toward assault prevention trainings in classes

SGA president and SARC work toward assault prevention trainings in classes

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

February 20, 2019


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The Student Government Association is working with the Sexual Assault Response Coalition to implement prevention trainings.

Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship gives women a new space to grow

Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship gives women a new space to grow

Deanna Schwartz, news staff

February 19, 2019


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The Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship launched in January 2019 to provide a space for women entrepreneurs.

Faculty ask about non-STEM research at Senate meeting

Faculty ask about non-STEM research at Senate meeting

Maria Lovato, campus editor

February 18, 2019


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NU's vice provost for research innovation and development gave a presentation to the faculty senate on Feb. 13 that touched on the impact of the government shutdown as well as non-STEM research opportunities.

Second annual Black Market showcases black-owned businesses

Second annual Black Market showcases black-owned businesses

Maria Lovato, campus editor

February 14, 2019


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Black-owned businesses selling everything from skincare products to literotica were at the Black Market event on Feb. 13.

NU parking to be managed by private company

NU parking to be managed by private company

Lukas Illion, news correspondent

February 14, 2019


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An Australian investment firm is taking over the management of Northeastern's parking facilities.

N.U.in and transfer students dismayed by housing assignment far from campus

N.U.in and transfer students dismayed by housing assignment far from campus

Jenna Clark, news correspondent

February 14, 2019


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Students found themselves living over two miles off of campus in what was originally described as on-campus housing.

Elizabeth Warren supports NU faculty’s right to hold unionization election

Elizabeth Warren supports NU faculty’s right to hold unionization election

Christopher Butler, managing editor

February 13, 2019


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Many full-time, non-tenure track faculty continue to push to have the right to vote to unionize amidst support from Sen. Elizabeth Warren.