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Northeastern’s Fashion Society promotes local designers in annual showcase

Northeastern community members attend the Fashion Society's third annual Designer Showcase.
Kelly Chan, deputy lifestyle editor November 27, 2019

From students to budding entrepreneurs, fashion designers from all around Boston and the Northeast lined the Curry Ballroom Friday night, marketing their brands and selling merchandise at the Northeastern...

Joshua Davis delivers personalized, raw concert experience

Joshua Davis performs in the Haymarket Lounge at the City Winery Nov. 14.
Elena Plumb, news correspondent November 20, 2019

The lights in the Haymarket Lounge at the City Winery dimmed, the chatter floating through the audience silenced and a purple glow washed over the stage, illuminating headliner Joshua Davis as he began...

MFA adapts in the spotlight of racism accusations

The Museum of Fine Arts is taking a number of steps to improve after facing accusations of racism following an incident in May.
Sarah Olender, news staff November 20, 2019

The Museum of Fine Arts, or MFA, is making an active effort to engage with more people in the Boston community after facing scrutiny for reports of racism filed by a group of students on a middle-school...

Review: ‘Midway’: Better than I’d feared, but still not for everyone

Christopher Kelly, news staff November 20, 2019

“Midway” (2019) is the action-packed recount of one of the most decisive battles in the Pacific theater during World War II. It covers multiple perspectives from different sides of the war both leading...

Thanksgiving break presents international students with a myriad of choices

While some Huskies are finding themselves far from home this Thanksgiving, they're finding ways to enjoy the holiday both on and off campus.
Sarah Olender, news staff November 20, 2019

It’s November. The leaves have fallen, the temperature is dropping and the final countdown to Thanksgiving break is here. The holiday comes with the promise of family gatherings, relaxation and full...

Ian Urbina discusses lawlessness on the ocean at New England Aquarium lecture

Ian Urbina, left, discusses his book
Petrina Danardatu, news correspondent November 14, 2019

Ian Urbina, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist for The New York Times, discussed his book “The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier” at the New England Aquarium Nov....

Column: How to spend Thanksgiving if you’re stuck in Boston

For students staying on campus over Thanksgiving break, there are plenty of opportunities to stay surrounded by seasonal activities and food.
Jayden Khatib, news correspondent November 14, 2019

While many students look forward to going home and seeing their loved ones this Thanksgiving break, depending on your financial or familial situation you may find yourself staying on campus instead. Staying...

Forever 21 fails to adapt to increasingly conscious Gen Z consumption

The Forever 21 on Newbury Street features signage revealing that the location is closing, a result of the company filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in September.
Nia Beckett, news correspondent November 14, 2019

Generation Z, or Gen Z, once flocked to Forever 21’s revolving collection of trendy clothing that hung haphazardly from its cluttered racks. Now, the location on Newbury Street, plastered in bright “store...

Column: Breaking down the bucket hat

Anderson .Paak performs at Boston Calling 2019 wearing a bucket hat.
Ananya Sankar, news staff November 13, 2019

They might seem like quirky, oddly-shaped hats, but the bucket harbors a secret — and it’s ready to spill. From Irish fishermen to war veterans and LL Cool J, bucket hats have followed a strange trajectory...

Looking for love on NU Crushes

Facebook group NU Crushes, which currently has over 6,600 members, allows Northeastern students to anonymously post about their secret crushes.
Savannah Miller, news correspondent November 13, 2019

Wherefore art thou girl on the ISEC bridge? You can find out by joining the Facebook group NU Crushes, a blossoming hub for students seeking to anonymously share which strangers or friends they’re crushing...

Review: ‘RENT’ lives on

Cast members of the Shubert Theatre's production of
Rachel Erwin, news correspondent November 7, 2019

Breathing new life into a well-known musical is often an impossible task, yet this is exactly what the cast and creative team of the 20th Anniversary Tour of “RENT” accomplished at the Boch Center’s...

LMA helps student performers get up on the stage

Here are some of the best
Lucy Gavin, news staff November 7, 2019

With clubs and organizations like Tastemakers, Green Line Records, WRBB and CUP, Northeastern has no shortage of music and performance clubs on campus. One of these entertainment clubs, the Live Music...

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