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MFA drawing event aims to increase art accessibility

People attend the MFA for the
Sasha Shrestha, news correspondent January 30, 2020

While 20 people silently sketched out the live model in the gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts, Elsa Zhao was not sketching hers as others were. Instead, she decided to sketch one of the Rococo-style...

Review: Nightlife redefined: A Bowie experience that is out of this world

The Museum of Science is hosting a David Bowie space exhibit in the planetarium.
Mihiro Shimano, news correspondent January 29, 2020

With an unusual mix of science, technology and art, James Wetzel, producer of the adult programs at the Museum of Science, coordinated the David Bowie Experience at the Charles Hayden Planetarium. The...

AllCappella 2020: A celebration of Northeastern’s a cappella community

All six of Northeastern's a cappella groups performed at the AllCappella show.
Julia Smith, news correspondent January 29, 2020

Hundreds of family members, friends and fans filled Blackman Auditorium to the brink as all six of Northeastern’s a cappella groups came together Friday night to participate in the ninth annual AllCappella...

Column: The best restaurants in Boston for Valentine’s Day

Many restaurants are still available for Valentine's Day reservations.
Hayleigh Evans, news correspondent January 29, 2020

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and while it may be easy to grab a last-minute box of chocolates for your significant other, finding a restaurant reservation in Boston will not be. Whether you...

Review: What “Little Women” says about today’s society

'Little Women,' a story that takes place in the mid 1800s, reflects contemporary struggles.
Christie Ya-Chi Lee, news correspondent January 29, 2020

In the opening scene of “Little Women” (2019), Jo March (Saoirse Ronan) accepts five dollars fewer than usual from her publisher, Mr. Dashwood (Tracy Letts). He tells her that her kind of work typically...

Preview for the 2020 Grammy Awards

The 2020 Grammy Awards will be broadcasted this Sunday, Jan. 26 on CBS at 8 p.m. EST.
Marisa Lijoi, news correspondent January 23, 2020

The 2020 Grammy Awards are right around the corner, and viewers are eager to find out who is going to bring home the ultimate prize. Although 2019 has come to a close, the year’s memorable music will...

New Jersey chain Playa Bowls comes to Northeastern

Northeastern Playa Bowls  opened on Huntington Avenue on Dec. 14, 2019.
Alexis Santoro, news correspondent January 22, 2020

Playa Bowls, a new eatery on Huntington Avenue, opened Dec. 14, and has quickly become a popular spot for students on campus.  Playa Bowls is a New Jersey-based acai shop, specializing in smoothie...

Column: Are the high prices of university merchandise worth the product?

Students question whether they should buy college merchandise sold in book stores because of the high prices.
Ananya Sankar, news staff January 22, 2020

Buying college merchandise is a popular way for students to represent their school community, but as items get more expensive, is school pride worth the price? “When I’m at home or wearing my merch...

Northeastern students scream their way into finals

Students gather on Centennial Common to scream before finals.
Sarah Olender, lifestyle editor December 17, 2019

Students made a screaming entrance into the first official day of final exams, gathering in Centennial Common at midnight Thursday Dec. 5 into Friday Dec. 6 to let out a massive, primal scream. The...

Column: Instagram removes ‘likes’ to support mental health

Instagram has been testing out removing the 'like' feature on the app.
Ananya Sankar, news staff December 12, 2019

In today’s social media era, a double-tap may receive the same heartfelt gratitude as a hug. But it is that type of hunger for validation that motivated Instagram, a popular photo-and video-sharing application,...

Codex Atlanticus digital installation brings Da Vinci to Northeastern

Students explore the online version of Codex Atlanticus.
Jayden Khatib, news staff December 4, 2019

 Over a thousand pages of Leonardo Da Vinci’s sketches and writings are currently housed in the atrium of the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex, or ISEC, through a new interactive data...

Review: Jonas Brothers bring nostalgia and happiness to TD Garden

The Jonas Brothers performed at TD Garden on Nov. 24 after a six-year hiatus.
Jessica Brite, news correspondent December 2, 2019

Following a six-year hiatus, the brothers garnered a mass amount of fans from all ages; from pairs of older friends wearing shirts from the 2008 and 2013 tours, to a family with two young boys.   TD...

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