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Students often use name brand clothing to convey a sense of community and belonging. The pandemic changed what that meant for fashion trends.

Fashion trends promote luxury brands, create sense of belonging

Kate Deskey, news correspondent February 17, 2022

With students on campus wearing popular high-end clothing items like Canada Goose jackets, Doc Martens shoes or Lululemon flared yoga pants, it’s clear that the Northeastern community is not immune to...

Mr. Parent is a one-man show highlighting fundamental issues in the Boston Public School system. Photo credit to Mark S. Howard.

‘Mr. Parent’ celebrates educators, condemns systemic inequality

Brenna Thornton, news correspondent February 17, 2022

A one-man show that recently made its world premiere at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston is challenging audiences to re-examine the Massachusetts education system.  “Mr. Parent” tells the true story...

Austin Butler is Elvis Presley in Elvis. In Baz Luhrmanns biopic, the multi-faceted tale of rock n roll legend Elvis Presley is brought to light. Courtesy of Warner Bros.

‘Elvis’ trailer promises sweeping storytelling, iconic imagery

Clara McCourt, managing editor February 17, 2022

Elvis Presley is headed back to the silver screen in 2022. The trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s largely anticipated “Elvis” biopic dropped Feb. 17, teasing a story as enormous and euphoric as the rock...

Ramsays Kitchen on Boylston Street opened its doors Jan. 24. Customers say the restaurant offers a high-quality fine dining experience.

Diners say Ramsay’s Kitchen offers sophisticated dining, long wait time

Crescent Huang, news correspondent February 16, 2022

Ramsay's Kitchen, a restaurant serving international dishes by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, officially opened Jan. 24 inside the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Back Bay.  Customers came to Ramsay's Kitchen...

Northeastern students reflect on experiences, stigmas of dating apps

Northeastern students reflect on experiences, stigmas of dating apps

Cathy Ching, Haley Alphonse, and Avery Bleichfeld February 14, 2022
Dating apps are used by people of all backgrounds, but they’re commonly known to be a staple piece of the modern college culture. As first-time and veteran dating app users are coming together in the immersive world of dating, The News spoke with nine students about their experiences and thoughts on what it means to meet romantic partners through a phone screen when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down all social scenes for almost three years.
Chinatown is ripe with businesses offering a variety of authentic, flavorful asian cuisine.

5 Chinatown restaurants to support during Lunar New Year

Ivy Tran, news correspondent February 14, 2022

Lunar New Year began Feb. 1, but the festivities last much longer. In China, the new year is celebrated for 15 days, and in Vietnam, festivities last a week. Regardless of how long you choose to celebrate...

Tall Girl 2 will premiere Feb. 11. Courtesy of Netflix. © 1997-2016 Netflix, Inc. All rights reserved.

Review: “Tall Girl” films unnecessarily highlight first-world problems

Catherine Tepper, news correspondent February 11, 2022

“You think your life is hard? I’m a high school junior wearing size 13 Nikes. Men’s size 13 Nikes. Beat that,” says Jodi, the protagonist of Netflix’s “Tall Girl.” Jodi’s predicament...

Wordle has skyrocketed in popularity as a daily word puzzle. The game challenges users to guess a five-letter word in six attempts.

Wordle skyrockets as popular word puzzle at Northeastern

Jessica Xing, news staff February 9, 2022

With the help of social media, the online game “Wordle” has recently become many people’s favorite word game — and Northeastern students are no exception.   Created by software engineer Josh...

redveil and his DJ Razelle  opened the first night of performances at the Black Music Matters Festival. Artists Bren Joy, IDK and Cakeswagg followed throughout the weekend.

Bren Joy, redveil perform for student-organized Black Music Matters Festival

Karissa Korman, deputy lifestyle editor February 8, 2022

Musicians Bren Joy and redveil took to the AfterHours stage in the Curry Student Center Feb. 5 for the first night of the Black Music Matters Festival, an event organized by Northeastern Council for University...

 It’s no secret that “Euphoria” has taken the world by storm. Courtesy of HBO Max. © and ᵀᴹ 2022. Warner Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Column: 5 television shows to entertain ‘Euphoria’ fans

Alexa Grayson, news correspondent February 7, 2022

The popular HBO Max television series “Euphoria” is a glittery masterpiece that follows a group of high school students navigating drugs, sex and relationships in a world forcing them to grow up too...

Haim energizes Anderson’s otherwise lackadaisical story that drags beneath the San Fernando sun. Photo credit: Paul Thomas Anderson.

Review: ‘Licorice Pizza’ is Alana Haim’s family affair

Karissa Korman, deputy lifestyle editor February 7, 2022

Hollywood newcomer Alana Haim is the saving grace of acclaimed director Paul Thomas Anderson’s much-anticipated “Licorice Pizza,” which premiered in theatres Dec. 25. As Hollywood braces itself for...

Performing artist Jennifer Kidwell plays both Senate leader Mr. Majority and The Ocean. Photo by Ryan Collerd, courtesy of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

‘Ocean Filibuster’ to take audiences under the sea at American Repertory Theater

Brenna Thornton, news correspondent February 6, 2022

A one-of-a-kind experience that explores the intersection of theatre, climate justice and augmented reality, “Ocean Filibuster” will premiere Feb. 24 at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge....

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