The Huntington News

Printing press from 1896 installed in Holmes Hall

Printing press from 1896 installed in Holmes Hall

Alyssa Lukpat, news correspondent

February 13, 2019


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The English department's Huskiana Press recently installed a printing press built in 1896.

Activists take stock a year after Parkland shooting

Activists take stock a year after Parkland shooting

Melissa Wells, news staff

February 12, 2019


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A year after the devastating Parkland shooting launched a movement led by the survivors, NU activists reflect on how much is still left to accomplish.

Journalist April Ryan speaks at NU on covering the Trump White House

Journalist April Ryan speaks at NU on covering the Trump White House

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

February 10, 2019


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April Ryan came to Blackman Auditorium Friday as a part of the Winter Gateway Series.

SGA widely cuts club funding but maintains near-$57,000 budget

SGA widely cuts club funding but maintains near-$57,000 budget

Charlie Wolfson, editor-in-chief

February 7, 2019


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Many clubs are now struggling to operate after their budgets were cut in November by the Student Government Association.

Community members protest Raytheon’s presence at NU career fair

Community members protest Raytheon’s presence at NU career fair

Christopher Kelly, news correspondent

February 7, 2019


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On campus, a group of mostly community members protested Raytheon, who they feel is insidiously profiting off of the war in Yemen.

RSA responds to concerns surrounding 2018 Husky Hunt challenges

RSA responds to concerns surrounding 2018 Husky Hunt challenges

Rachel Morford, news correspondent

February 7, 2019


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After participants in the 2018 Husky Hunt voiced concerns about culturally insensitive challenges, RSA responded with changes for future events.

NUPD pushes multiple safety initiatives as students are concerned on campus

NUPD pushes multiple safety initiatives as students are concerned on campus

Alyssa Lukpat, news correspondent

February 6, 2019


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An open campus in the middle of Boston presents unique issues with safety. Students have resources such as safety escorts and apps, but are they utilized effectively?

Program for legacy students creates confusion, isolation

Program for legacy students creates confusion, isolation

Corey Dockser, multimedia manager

February 6, 2019


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ContiNUe is an academic program for legacy students. They take classes through the College of Professional Studies and can matriculate to a college at NU after one year.

N.U.in students find difficulty integrating into campus life

N.U.in students find difficulty integrating into campus life

Deanna Schwartz, news correspondent

February 6, 2019


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Some N.U.in students are struggling with their integration into NU's Boston campus after spending their first semester of college abroad.

MAPS provides a new approach to healthcare student organizations

MAPS provides a new approach to healthcare student organizations

Hayley Slusser, news correspondent

February 5, 2019


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The Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, or MAPS, places an emphasis on not asking “how can I treat this problem?” but instead, “how can I treat this person with this problem?”

Student receives Special Olympics grant

Student receives Special Olympics grant

Jenna Clark, news correspondent

January 31, 2019


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Kaylie DeCosmo, co-founder of the Special Olympics Club at NU, received a $2,000 grant from the Special Olympics.

Students seek alternatives to UHCS

Students seek alternatives to UHCS

Phil Zminda, news correspondent

January 30, 2019


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Students seeking mental health professionals are looking beyond Northeastern for help.