The Huntington News

Mick Rock and Henry Diltz: Two unconnected stories of capturing and becoming legends

Mick Rock and Henry Diltz: Two unconnected stories of capturing and becoming legends

Kelly Chan, news correspondent

October 9, 2019

Behind the album covers of almost every rock ’n’ roll music legend lies two men — one from London and one from California — each of whom stumbled upon photography in their 20s and ultimately became legends themselves. Mick Rock and Henry Diltz led parallel lives down the path of music photogra...

NU’s Pi Kappa Phi chapter focusing on building its identity

NU’s Pi Kappa Phi chapter focusing on building its identity

Lukas Illion, news correspondent

October 9, 2019

Northeastern isn’t a fraternity school, but it looks more like one every year. This spring, the university welcomed Pi Kappa Phi as the 10th fraternity sanctioned by the Interfraternity Council, or IFC, on campus.  The national chapter sent representatives to recruit “founding fathers,” an i...

IndoFest brings traditional Indonesian culture to Boston

IndoFest brings traditional Indonesian culture to Boston

Ananya Sankar, news correspondent

October 2, 2019

The 2019 New England Indonesian Festival, held Sept. 28 in Copley Square, was a spectacular celebration of authentic culture. For six hours, the square was filled with delicious smells, vibrant indigenous performances and the chatter of excited visitors. This was the seventh annual festival that th...

Counselor and students share tips for managing anxiety and mental health

Counselor and students share tips for managing anxiety and mental health

Paige Stern, news staff

October 2, 2019

For most students, it feels as though the grind really never stops. Between hopping from class to class, spending hours on homework and trying to balance a healthy diet and physical habits, it’s no wonder so many students feel overwhelmed.  In response, Northeastern University students and a licensed men...

Review: ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’ is a crisis of antiheroes

Review: ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’ is a crisis of antiheroes

Nia Beckett, news correspondent

October 2, 2019

Minor characters take the main stage in the Huntington Theatre Company’s production of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” and they’re nothing short of absurd. Playwright Tom Stoppard’s 1966 tragicomedy, set amid William Shakespeare’s late 16th-century tragedy “Hamlet,” begins...

Review: ‘Rambo: Last Blood’: Hopefully the last we’ll see of Rambo

Christopher Kelly, news staff

October 2, 2019

“Rambo: Last Blood” sees the final return of character John Rambo, played by Sylvester Stallone, and marks the utter downfall of the series and the once-great action movie legend. This film is the definition of “cash grab” with its bad pacing, cliched plot and the overall boring execution of...

College Fashion Week celebrates student diversity and empowerment

College Fashion Week celebrates student diversity and empowerment

Jessica Brite, news correspondent

October 1, 2019

More than 700 college students and community members attended the eighth annual College Fashion Week at Revere Hotel Saturday to show off their own personal style and preview upcoming trends for the fall and winter seasons.  Her Campus, an online magazine organization with chapters in schools acros...

Concert for One series provides an immersive musical experience

Concert for One series provides an immersive musical experience

Estelle De Zan, news correspondent

September 29, 2019

Steps away from the Chinatown gates lies a shipping container-turned-studio where both musician and listener are active participants in a one-minute live performance. Celebrity Series of Boston, a non-profit that organizes live shows, launched their annual free public performance series Friday, Se...

Cheese lovers unite in new NU club

Cheese lovers unite in new NU club

Nia Beckett, news correspondent

September 27, 2019

After a tasting at Xhibition Kitchen, an on-campus kitchen venue, during their freshman year, Cheese Club co-founders and co-presidents Allie Kuo and Sean Flannery found themselves constantly talking about their love for cheese. A friend of Flannery’s sister was president of a cheese club at anothe...

MFA expands student connection through new programs

MFA expands student connection through new programs

Leah Cussen, news correspondent

September 25, 2019

Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, or MFA, is implementing a number of programs this fall designed to deepen the surrounding student community’s connection with the museum. These programs — which include expanded grants for free bus travel for students, increased accessibility to the museum's "Ancient Nubia ...

Column: Lash styling offers affordable, unique expression

Column: Lash styling offers affordable, unique expression

Jessica Brite, news correspondent

September 25, 2019

Whether they be light and fluffy, thick and bold or all-natural, lashes tend to be the one thing every makeup user can agree is essential to their routine. For young people entering the world of makeup, mascara is an easy way to get used to the feeling and look of makeup on the face. Those who are expe...

Review: ‘It: Chapter 2’: Killer clown, killer sequel

Christopher Kelly, news staff

September 23, 2019

“It: Chapter 2” delivered a killer conclusion to the story of the Losers’ Club, seizing the spot for best Stephen King film adaptation. Director Andy Muschietti returned to tell the twisted tale of Pennywise and his merciless attack on the citizens of Derry, Maine. The much-anticipated sequel to ...