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As the fall semester begins, there is hope that this year will give students more room to fully blossom.

Column: 7 ways to survive the semester

Katie Mogg, deputy lifestyle editor August 24, 2021

School is back in session, which is both exciting and scary. The pandemic set strict limitations on our lives, and while we’re not completely out of the woods yet, there is hope that this year will give...

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The COVID-19 pandemic impacts disordered eating

Lily Elwood, deputy lifestyle editor July 10, 2021

Content warning: discussion of eating disorders Editor’s note: The Huntington News wants students to know Northeastern University and elsewhere provide mental health resources for students. WeCare: [email protected],...

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Review: ‘Bo Burnham: Inside’ flourishes under pandemic pressure

Clara McCourt, lifestyle editor June 8, 2021

Bo Burnham’s newest comedy special “Inside” is not truly a comedy special. On the surface, it tackles and satirizes the anxieties of the coronavirus era. But at its core, “Inside” brings to light...

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Column: Fearless (Taylor’s Version) marks emotional growth for Taylor Swift and her listeners

Annetta Stogniew, news correspondent April 21, 2021

In November 2008, 19-year-old Taylor Swift ended her breakthrough album, Fearless, with the song “Change.” In a conversation with Country Aircheck that same year, Swift said she wrote the song “about...

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In virtual event, ‘Bedroom Discotheque’ brings the party to Northeastern

Lily Elwood, deputy lifestyle editor April 17, 2021

Northeastern University’s radio station, WRBB, and the Live Music Association, or LMA, came together April 14 to host a virtual concert called Bedroom Discotheque. Acts ranged from the university’s...

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Review: Chemtrails Over the Country Club is elegant, but nothing new

Lily Elwood, deputy lifestyle editor April 15, 2021

Most artists in the music industry seem to try to reinvent themselves with each new album, working on constantly evolving and changing their style while improving their craft. Lana Del Rey, however, has...

James Ricard Milord, Jasmine Rush, Evelyn Howe, Brandon G. Green, Jade Guerra, and Alejandro Simoes, in the developmental workshop of Young Nerds of Color (working title), a new play by Melinda Lopez and directed by Dawn M. Simmons. Streaming as part of The Brit dArbeloff Women & Science Theater Festival April 8 to 11, 2021.

The Brit d’Arbeloff Women & Science Theater Festival celebrates underrepresented voices in STEM through art

Grace Comer, news staff April 13, 2021

Art and science combine at the Brit d’Arbeloff Women & Science Theater Festival to uplift and give a voice to those underrepresented in both fields. The month-long festival, which began April 7,...

When Viola Eade (Daisy Ridley, not pictured) lands on a planet where all the mens thoughts are on display - a force called the Noise - Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland, right) vows to protect her in CHAOS WALKING.

Review: ‘Chaos Walking’ is a boring crawl that muddies its source material

Natalie Duerr, news staff April 13, 2021

Audiences have finally gotten to watch the long-awaited “Chaos Walking” film, and it was not worth the wait. Initially slated to be released in March 2019, “Chaos Walking” was plagued by reshoots...

Not Just Co. uses straight-forward, New England approach to make healthy eating simpler

Not Just Co. uses straight-forward, New England approach to make healthy eating simpler

Gwen Egan, news staff April 13, 2021

Not Just Co. is a pantry staple company working to make healthy, gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian eating easier for everyone.  Jacqueline Grady Smith and Catherine Smart founded Not Just Co. in 2018 ...

In quarantine, Katie Miller adopted Fitz, a now 11-month-old Golden Retriever.

‘Pandemic puppies’ lift spirits in quarantine

Gray Timberlake, news correspondent April 13, 2021

While some people picked up hobbies like knitting or baking during quarantine, fourth-year entrepreneurship and political science major Katie Miller decided to train Fitz, her now 11-month-old Golden Retriever.  “For...

Review: Furen Dai shines in ‘Dream Boston’ art exhibit

Review: Furen Dai shines in ‘Dream Boston’ art exhibit

Katie Mogg, news staff April 3, 2021

The “Dream Boston” art exhibit, currently open to Northeastern students, faculty and staff at Gallery 360, showcases art at the intersection of the COVID-19 pandemic, systemic racial issues and Bostonian...

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Column: Dunkin’ vs. Starbucks: the ongoing dispute brews on

Ethan Wayne, news staff April 1, 2021

Coffee shops dominate college culture around the country as a convenient place to study, meet and enjoy food and drinks. Businesses like Starbucks, Dunkin’, Peet’s Coffee and Panera Bread surround...

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