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The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

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Gen-Potter mourns final chapter

November 18, 2010
Themed parties, frantic re-readings, costumes, and midnight screenings mean only one thing: It’s Harry Potter season again.

‘Reefer Madness’ play avoids propaganda

November 18, 2010
The controversial pull of NUStage Musical Theatre Company’s fall 2010 musical, Reefer Madness, is the drug for which it is named: marijuana.

Calendar: Nov. 18 – 24

November 18, 2010
Boston University has held a week’s worth of events as part of their observance of “Remember Fallujah Week,” a national week dedicated to raising awareness for the people of Fallujah and ending all US wars. The final event at BU is a screening of the movie “The Road to Fallujah” Friday afternoon.

Inside Column: No longer bored

November 18, 2010
I have an addiction to apps. Specifically, applications for my iPhone.

‘Mean Girl’ McAdams is a breath of fresh air

November 18, 2010
“Morning Glory,” released Nov. 10, may not be nominated for an Academy Award, but the chemistry between the actors helps create a light-hearted movie with an optimistic message for young viewers entering the workforce in a downbeat economy.

“FUNK’TION: Off the Wall” Photo Gallery

November 11, 2010
A hip-hop dance showcase presented by Kinematix and RSA. Headliners from Season 5 of America's Best Dance Crew: Static Noyze 6 and Poreotics.

LimeWire down, facing legal repercussions

November 11, 2010
Anyone looking to LimeWire for the new Taylor Swift album will be sorely disappointed when they open the software, which has been disabled.

Students show increased interest in book clubs

November 11, 2010
Northeastern students spend hours each week reading textbooks and Blackboard assignments, so when the opportunity presents itself to read something other than chemistry or business case studies, some students jump at the chance.

Never Shout Never revamps music, image

November 4, 2010
Indie acoustic pop musician Christofer Drew Ingle, better known as Never Shout Never, released his newest album, “Harmony,” Aug. 24 and is set to play Boston’s House of Blues Nov. 17.

Experience the Hub’s beauty for free-ninety-nine

November 4, 2010
City dwellers have a wide range of activities to choose from, but most cost more than the average college student can afford to spend.

Internet networking benefits relationships

November 4, 2010
Technology, when used as a supplement to human interaction, can help people establish stronger relationships and create positive changes in their lives.

Carly Lind is a ‘HotMess’

October 28, 2010
Local pop artist Carly Lind might be a mess, but at least she’s a hot one.