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Column: Lil Nas X embraces queerness in new single “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)”

Katie Mogg, news staff April 1, 2021

Lil Nas X released his highly anticipated single “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” Friday, March 26. Since July 2020, the artist has been teasing his fans with snippets of the catchy song, so it’s...

On Sunday, March 28, students were reunited with Rebeccas Cafe and got one more chance to enjoy their favorites.

For one day only, beloved campus eatery Rebecca’s Cafe returns

Kelly Garrity, news staff March 31, 2021

When Northeastern announced last summer that Rebecca’s Cafe, one of the university’s most cherished campus eateries, would be closing its doors for good, students, like second-year business administration...

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Column: The #FreeBritney movement puts her life under scrutiny

Grace Comer, news staff March 31, 2021

Since the beginning of her career, American pop star Britney Spears has been the subject of inappropriate speculation, jokes and criticism. Rising to fame at the age of just 16, she not only dealt with...

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Students reach to the past with nostalgic television shows, movies

Jessica Brite, news staff March 29, 2021

As March comes to a close, it has been a whole year since the first phase of quarantine that essentially put everyone’s life on pause. Since then, outdoor dining, masks and virtual meetings have become...

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Column: Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia gives us the fuel we need to get through the pandemic

Poon Singhatiraj, news staff March 29, 2021

When Dua Lipa released her sophomore album Future Nostalgia a year ago March 27, the world’s attention was focused elsewhere. The COVID-19 pandemic was in full swing, stretching hospitals to full capacity,...

Actors rehearse via Zoom for Emersons original musical, This Golden Day, produced last fall.

Virtual musicals take center stage during COVID-19

Cathy Ching, news correspondent March 28, 2021

One year after COVID-19 shut down the nation, the Massachusetts arts industry lost $588 million. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, arts programs are unable to showcase in-person productions that they have...

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Review: ‘The Bachelor’ finale tackles racism, accountability

Alyssa Endres, news correspondent March 27, 2021

Intense controversy has recently arisen within “The Bachelor” franchise as one of the contestant’s past actions has come to light. The Season 25 finale of “The Bachelor” aired Monday, March 15...

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with films directed by and starring women

Natalie Duerr, news staff March 17, 2021

In 93 years of the Academy Awards, only ONE woman has won best director and only seven have been nominated. In 2021, the Academy recognized more than one woman in the best director category for the first...

CHAARG at Northeastern hosts weekly workouts and wellness activities.

CHAARG empowers students to take charge of their wellness

Gwen Egan, news correspondent March 16, 2021

Changing Health, Attitudes, + Actions To Recreate Girls, or CHAARG, is a women’s fitness group that recruited 120 members in its first semester at Northeastern. The student organization hosts weekly...

Debby Nguyen, a second-year PharmD student, is set to release her debut book titled Pills, Teas, And Songs: Stories of Medicine Around the World.

Debby Nguyen debuts book on traditional medicine worldwide

Kelly Chan, news staff March 15, 2021

Craving Vietnamese food during quarantine, second-year PharmD student Debby Nguyen began shopping for groceries in Chinatown on a weekly basis. Yet it was never the food that caught her eye. As she...

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Green during COVID-19: How to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day safely

Rachel Erwin, deputy lifestyle editor March 15, 2021

For the second year in a row, it looks as though COVID-19 is throwing a wrench in St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Though we cannot celebrate at massive parades and parties, there are still ways to make...

Located on Newbury Street, Expired by Perime is a hub for local artists and vintage clothing.

Expired by Perime on Newbury Street provides platform for Boston’s local artists

Cathy Ching, news correspondent March 14, 2021

20-year-old Boston local Sam Roller, founder of Perime Magazine, rallied up his team and discussed his spontaneous idea of opening up a store on Newbury Street. Two weeks later, this idea became a reality. Expired...

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