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Op-ed: Cinema’s last stand

Op-ed: Cinema’s last stand

October 5, 2017


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Netflix. Hulu. Prime. HBO Go. Amazon Fire Stick. Chromecast. Movie theaters, cinemas and drive-ins are dying. Each new streaming entertainment service is another stab wound to the cinema industry. Unfortunately, with the interminable obsession with technology, there doesn’t seem to be much incentiv...

Op-ed: You should join YAL

September 21, 2017


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Summer classes, summer vacation, summer job, summer co-op… Summer is a busy time for all here at Northeastern. I took the liberty of making my summer be about liberty by attending the Young Americans for Liberty National Convention. The event is an invite-only, four-day long conference for libert...

Op-ed: Then They Came for Me: Why I’m Standing Now With the Graduate Student Union

Op-ed: Then They Came for Me: Why I’m Standing Now With the Graduate Student Union

September 14, 2017


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  In the last year, I have been either a project manager or research assistant for five projects on campus. With my graduate stipend, I have a steady income and health insurance. With my extra research positions, I can pay for groceries and my own dental care. I might have $10,120.85 in credit...

Op-ed: American Classroom program hurt by changes

Op-ed: American Classroom program hurt by changes

April 19, 2017


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The American Classroom program in the College of Professional Studies is “an innovative transitional experience for international students” that “provides a comprehensive academic and cultural experience,” according to the program website. Its stated goal is to offer international students an opportunity to improve their English language proficiency together w...

Op-ed: Student groups support HOWL

Op-ed: Student groups support HOWL

April 19, 2017


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As dining hall workers launch their campaign for $35,000 minimum annual incomes and affordable health care, Huskies Organizing With Labor (HOWL) is building a coalition of student groups to support a just contract for these workers, who make up a vital part of the Northeastern community. In 2012, 45 s...

Op-ed: CAMD needs funds

Op-ed: CAMD needs funds

April 13, 2017


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  Last week, I walked out of my alternative photographic processes class with a knot of frustration in my brain. Our professor had just informed our small class that we had begun to run out of chemicals and printing paper required as part of our final, and that in order to finish it, we woul...

Op-ed: ISEC showcases Northeastern’s hypocrisy

Op-ed: ISEC showcases Northeastern’s hypocrisy

April 5, 2017


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  After years of planning and construction, Northeastern finally opened its new Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) on Monday. Meant to herald a new era of collaboration between students and faculty across a wide variety of academic disciplines, the impressive new buildi...

Op-ed: Resist Trump by building worker-student power

Op-ed: Resist Trump by building worker-student power

March 29, 2017


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  Affordable health care, livable wages and immigrants’ rights have fallen dead center in the crosshairs of the administration of President Donald J. Trump, and people everywhere are fighting back—including students and workers on our own campus. On Friday, March 31 at 6:30 p.m. in 320 Shi...

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