Former Northeastern student Katie Rizzo filed an official complaint against Northeastern University for the mishandling of her sexual assault case in 2012.
The wall outside the Columbus parking lot got a new look in the first weeks of summer.
Six of the best farmers markets in Boston are gearing up for a busy summer season.
The Northeastern men’s and women’s track teams kicked off postseason competition last weekend at the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championships in Harrisonburg, Va. Both squads took home second-place team finishes while two Huskies earned individual honors for their exceptional performances on the track and in the field.
Another opportunity to finish: runner supports school for the blind as she runs again on this year’s Marathon Monday
It was barely seven hours before when Jennifer Pflug, indifferent to the mid-April chill, left her sweatshirt near the starting line. She knew it would be donated to Big Brother and Big Sister.
Her Team Perkins singlet, worn with pride, proved she was no stranger to acts of charitable kindness. She knew, too, that she had supporters flanking checkpoints along the Marathon route: a man from Perkins School for the Blind cheering on his team at mile 19, cousins at the halfway mark and more family and friends at the finish line.
It was April 15, 2013, and the warmth of spring was beginning to win its final fight against the harsh New England winter. Families from Hopkinton to Copley Square rejoiced, held cookouts and celebrated the 117-year-old tradition. Children darted through the crowd, reaching out small hands for high-fives. Perfect strangers cheered for her.
Meanwhile, unknown to the world, two men were hiding in the crowd on Boylston Street. To them, the first runners’ strides began a malevolent countdown, and the 2013 Boston Marathon would end before Pflug ever made it to the finish line.
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) representatives met Tuesday with Laura A. Wankel, vice president of student affairs, and Robert O. Jose, associate dean for cultural and residential life, to discuss the reinstatement of the club for next semester.
From bars and restaurants to speakers and musicians, Northeastern has hundreds of activities to partake in and myriad places to frequent. In an annual poll hosted by The News, students voted for their favorites of what NU has to offer, and the results are in.
In an effort to make Boston the “world class city” that he has often talked about, Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants to keep Boston’s nightlife open later. In an announcement last month, Walsh outlined new plans for the city, including keeping bars, restaurants and nightclubs open later.