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The burning of the mishoon — or canoe — is a traditional act of the Nipmuc tribe. The ceremony was performed for the first time in 300 years Oct. 31. Photo courtesy Scott Foster.

Mishoon project ignites for the first time in 300 years

Christina McCabe, news staff November 26, 2022

After centuries of Boston overlooking the Nipmuc and Massachusett tribes, they are now reclaiming their culture and reminding the city they are not going anywhere.  Spectators gathered Oct. 31 at the...

Milly Alcock, Paddy Considine in House of the Dragon. Photograph by Ollie Upton. © and ᵀᴹ 2022. Warner Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Review: ‘House of the Dragon’ avenges iconic characters with new stories

Gracie Vogel, news correspondent November 21, 2022

The finale of the first season of HBO Max’s “House of the Dragon,” the prequel to the “Game of Thrones” series, was released Oct. 23, wrapping up a 10-episode season and leaving fans excited...

Review: ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ is a heartbreakingly relatable tale

Ben Churney, news correspondent November 14, 2022

“The Banshees of Inisherin” delivers magnificent performances, breathtaking cinematography and a perfect balance between comedy and heart-wrenching moments. Pádraic Súilleabháin (Colin Farrell)...

Falling leaves and cooler weather herald in autumn each year — and for
Boston cafés, autumn brings a new slate of pumpkin-spiced drinks and
goods. Pictured here, Tatte offers gluten friendly tea cakes this season.

Column: These Boston cafés have pumpkin spice and everything nice for the fall season

Sarah Popeck, news correspondent November 14, 2022

Fall is in the air, which means it’s time for new seasonal flavors —  and students’ desperate hunt for their daily fix of a pumpkin spice latte, or PSL for short. Starbucks coined the drink in...

Northeasterns  Asian Student Union hosted actress Arden Cho for its biannual “A Night With…” speaker series.

Asian Student Union’s ‘A Night With Arden Cho’ opens discussions about onscreen representation

Juliana George, deputy lifestyle editor November 8, 2022

Arden Cho returned to Northeastern’s campus Oct. 30 for the Asian Student Union’s biannual “A Night With…” celebrity speaker event in a very different place than where she was during her visit...

Review: ‘All the Beauty and the Bloodshed’ is a stunning testament to the efficacy of activism in the arts

Jake Guldin, news correspondent November 7, 2022

The arts are far too often deemed incapable of acting as vehicles for meaningful social change. At best, they are reduced to mere entertainment for the masses; at worst, they are labeled an exclusionary...

Pictured here, First Kill is a supernatural adaptation of Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet. Courtesy of Netflix. © 1997-2016 Netflix, Inc. All rights reserved.

Column: Shakespeare retellings bring fresh takes to classic tales

Laura Emde, news correspondent November 7, 2022

The film “Rosaline,” which premiered on Hulu Oct. 14, tells the classic story of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” from the perspective of Romeo’s former lover. The film gives Rosaline,...

Kanye West performing at TD Garden Sept. 9, 2016 in Boston on the Saint Pablo Tour. Kanye West Saint Pablo Tour TD Garden 2016 5 by Kenny Sun is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Students react to Kanye West’s antisemitic rhetoric

Christina McCabe, news correspondent November 2, 2022

Following two weeks of unrelenting antisemitic remarks, artist Kanye West is running into criticism online and corporate pushback.  Naturally, Northeastern students — on a campus with the 20th-highest...

Review: Taylor Swift reflects on sleepless nights in 10th album Midnights

Zoe Iorizzo, news correspondent November 2, 2022

With dark blue glitter, wine stains and anxious introspecting, Taylor Swift made her record-breaking return to pop Oct. 21 with the release of her 10th studio album Midnights.  The album had been highly...

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Abortion bans trigger double lives for some Northeastern students

Trisha Fernando, news correspondent October 31, 2022

With a university lining every other block, Boston is a familiar, well-worn stomping ground for over 150,000 students. But this summer, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the city’s college-age...

This autumns fashion month showcased designs for next years spring and summer season. This runway season marked the fashion industrys full-force return from pandemic isolation.

Column: Fashion month emerges from the pandemic with a lot to say

Sarah Popeck, news correspondent October 31, 2022

Throughout the month of September, the fashion industry filled runways in New York, London, Milan and Paris with a series of season-defining shows. The spring and summer 2023 showcases marked the first...

From the late 1970s to the early 2000s, these Halloween classics are must-watches for the season.

Column: Visit the ghosts of Halloweens past with these haunting classics

Aja Binder, news correspondent October 27, 2022

Now that the jack-o’-lanterns have taken up posts on Back Bay front stoops, Halloween movie marathon season is upon us. This means a list of Halloween’s most frightening favorites is in order. From...

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