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Crime Log Sunday, Jan. 30 - Sunday, Feb. 6

Crime Log Sunday, Jan. 30 – Sunday, Feb. 6

Alexis Santoro, news staff February 15, 2022

Sunday, Jan. 30  1:27 a.m.  A caller reported an intoxicated individual in International Village, or IV. The individual was transported to the hospital.  2:41 a.m.  A caller reported the...

Third-year Northeastern business administration students Chloe Welch and Hanna Elzaridi designed a protein powder vending machine through their co-op at Northeastern’s Sherman Center. The vending machine will be installed in Marino Recreation Center this semester. 
Photo courtesy of Chloe Welch.

Northeastern student start-up brings protein powder vending machine to Marino Recreation Center

Leah Cohen, news correspondent February 14, 2022

In a match made in heaven, third-year Northeastern students Chloe Welch, a business administration and economics student, and Hanna Elzaridi, a business administration student with a minor in nutrition,...

Northeasterns Institute on Race and Justice hosted the second of its annual Race and Community Dialogue Series Jan. 25 to facilitate conversations between local youth and police.

Northeastern’s Institute on Race and Justice helps open dialogue between Boston youth, law enforcement

Greta Magendantz, news correspondent February 14, 2022

Northeastern’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities hosted its second annual Race and Community Dialogue Series virtually Jan. 25. The Community Advisory Board of the Institute on Race and Justice,...

Crime Log: Tuesday, Jan. 25 – Saturday, Jan. 29

Crime Log: Tuesday, Jan. 25 – Saturday, Jan. 29

Alexis Santoro, news staff February 14, 2022

Tuesday, Jan. 25  12:22 a.m.  A caller reported an individual entered International Village, or IV, without swiping in. The area was checked.  11:53 a.m.  A caller reported an unknown individual...

Members of the Criminology Forensic Science and Neuropsychology of Criminal Minds, or FaN, club started a petition last semester to request more forensics-focused classes at Northeastern. From top left clockwise: Anouk Bauknecht, social media head; Lia McDonald Meteer, president; Kevin Roebelen, PR representative; Sage Shumate, club coordinator; and Sofia Giamartino, club treasurer. 
Photo courtesy of Lia McDonald Meteer.

Criminal justice students advocate for more forensic classes

Alexis Zacharakos, news correspondent February 14, 2022

Lia McDonald Meteer, a third-year criminal justice major and a transfer student from the University of Albany, noticed that Northeastern did not offer as many criminal justice resources as SUNY, and wrote...

To celebrate bell hooks (pictured) and discuss her works and influence, Dr. Régine Jean-Charles organized a full-day symposium with panelists from across the greater Boston area. 
Photo available through public domain.

“Talking Back: The Genius of bell hooks” symposium to celebrate, honor legacy of influential Black feminist scholar

Grace Comer, campus editor February 11, 2022

One of Black feminism’s most prolific and influential scholars, bell hooks, née Gloria Jean Watkins, died Dec. 15, 2021 at the age of 69. To celebrate her life and honor her legacy, Dr. Régine Jean-Charles,...

Code4TheCulture is a Northeastern-based club to support Black and Latinx students in the Khoury College of Computer Science. 
Photo courtesy of Sandra Kwawu.

Code4TheCulture celebrates, supports Black, Latinx students in Khoury College

Jessica Silverman, deputy campus editor February 9, 2022

When second-year graduate student Betty Mesfin first came to Northeastern to study computer science, she said she was immediately met with feelings of isolation and imposter syndrome. Frustrated with...

Northeastern student Liz Feltner will be appearing regularly on Jeopardy! National College Championship beginning  Feb. 11. 
Photo courtesy of Jeopardy Productions, Inc.

Northeastern student competes on “Jeopardy! National College Championship”

Jessica Xing, news correspondent February 9, 2022

Northeastern student Liz Feltner will fulfill her lifelong dream of competing in the “Jeopardy! National College Championship” starting Feb. 11. Feltner, a fifth-year political science and business...

Students enter International Village. On Tuesday, Northeastern updated their residence hall guest policy to include vaccinated non-Northeastern guests.

Northeastern to lift some COVID-19 restrictions

Antonia Sousa, news staff February 8, 2022

In an email Tuesday, Northeastern announced that it will lift three of its COVID-19 restrictions for students and faculty across all of its North American campuses.  The email, from Provost and Senior...

Crime Log: Monday, Jan. 17 to Monday Jan. 24

Crime Log: Monday, Jan. 17 to Monday Jan. 24

Alexis Santoro, news staff February 5, 2022

Monday, Jan. 17  12:04 a.m.  A caller reported observing individuals push a planter down the street near West Village C. Services rendered.  1:25 a.m. A caller reported an intoxicated individual...

Northeastern is slowly moving closer to treating COVID-19 as as a regular part of day-to-day life, and in turn, its policies and practices surrounding COVID-19 are changing. 

A new approach to COVID-19: Northeastern moves toward treating COVID-19 as endemic, closes wellness housing

Marta Hill and Jessica Silverman February 1, 2022

Northeastern is slowly moving closer to treating COVID-19 as as a regular part of day-to-day life, and in turn, its policies and practices surrounding COVID-19 are changing.  “As we move into this...

Students throw snowballs at their opponents on the other side of Centennial Common.

Students celebrate blizzard with snowball fight in Centennial Common

Erin Fine, news correspondent January 31, 2022

Over 100 Northeastern students gathered on Centennial Common Sunday to celebrate the heavy snowfall with a large-scale snowball fight. After a blizzard dumped almost two feet of snow in Boston Saturday,...

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