The Huntington News

Orsillo gets dream job in NESN booth

September 24, 2002

By Emily Warchadlo Ever wonder what you will do with your Communications degree from Northeastern? Well if you are anything like NU graduate Don Orsillo, you will take that degree and turn it into your dream job. Orsillo, 33, who graduated in 1991, is the television play-by- play announcer for the...

Get a rush from Greek life

September 24, 2002

The summer has come and gone, and the NU campus is once again packed with students looking to work towards a degree that will give them a head start in life through a career. I assume that most of you students want to score high grades, experience what college life has to offer, and eventually leave...

McCaw mixed on return(s) to NU

September 24, 2002

BROOKLINE - Although the football game this last weekend wasn't the official homecoming game, it was indeed a return of sorts. For the first time since resigning as NU's Athletic Director and taking over the same position at UMass-Amherst, Ian McCaw returned to NU. While standing in the press box,...

WRBB joins Harvard in lawsuit

September 24, 2002

By Amanda Murphy and Jess Beers A goal for most radio stations is to increase the number of listeners that tune in daily. However, due to recent discussions concerning fees for webcasters and broadcasters, many university and college radio stations are finding that less is more. As of right now, WRBB,...

The truth about EC

September 24, 2002

This letter is in response to the very uninformed commentary included in the August 21 edition of Northeastern News. The author, Carla Molina (a philosophy major) took it upon herself to "educate" the Northeastern community regarding the wonders of emergency contraception (EC). She feels that doctors...

Volleyball slumps early

September 24, 2002

By Ari Strait The defending America East champion Northeastern volleyball team continued its preseason struggles over the weekend, dropping all three matches the team played during the Valparaiso Invitational in Valparaiso, Indiana. The string of losses against Valparaiso University, Fairfield University...

Wendy’s a big success

September 24, 2002

By Bradley Rosenberg Wendy herself attended the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Curry Student Center on Sept. 20. The red-haired, freckle faced youngster was happy to attend the event. "It's Wendy-ful!" Northeastern student are also optimistic about the change. "When I saw the construction this...

America’s youth no longer politically aware

September 24, 2002

By Afsha Bawany It's not called political activism anymore. It's called American Idolisim. This summer, I heard numerous in-depth conversations, critiques, and up to the minute analysis not about the impending war on Iraq, the "new war" currently being fought in Afghanistan, or the fear of anti-semitism...