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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 no surprise that the music video reeled in almost 40 million views on YouTube...

A history of struggles for the Asian American Center

March 27, 2021

These recent events are not the first time that the Asian American community on campus has felt ignored by the university, Deng said. For them — as outlined in the student letter — this is another instance in a pattern of negligence. The Asian American Center, or AAC,...

Recent letters to News@Northeastern to address Asian American coverage

March 27, 2021

Prior to Tuesday’s letter, a group of faculty and staff across NU’s campuses nationwide had sent two letters to News@Northeastern, according to an anonymous source who worked closely on both letters. Each letter had roughly 20 to 25 signatures from faculty and staff, the...

Even though they fought hard, the Huskies could not come up with a win in their loss to Hofstra Tuesday.

NU loses 63-60, splits home-and-home series with Hofstra again

Niyati Parikh, news staff March 4, 2021

Despite a strong game by junior guard Kendall Currence, the Huskies could not continue their winning streak Tuesday with a 63-60 loss against Hofstra University. This is the second time this season that NU has split the home-and-home series with Hofstra (7-11, 5-7 CAA), going...

Relocating student housing from Fenway

January 28, 2021

Documents submitted Nov. 12, 2019 by university officials to the Boston Planning and Development Agency state the new apartment building would add 975 bedspaces. However, this would only be a net gain of about 175 beds: The proposal also states Northeastern plans to phase out...

The deal behind Parcel 18

January 28, 2021

The legal question dates back to 1986, when Boston created the Parcel to Parcel Linkage Program. Real estate development was booming in wealthy downtown neighborhoods, but few were looking to invest in Roxbury, a lower-income, historically Black neighborhood that faced redlining...

No. 4 women’s hockey defeats UConn 2-0 in Hockey East Championship rematch

No. 4 women’s hockey defeats UConn 2-0 in Hockey East Championship rematch

George Barker, news staff January 27, 2021

Almost a year after defeating the UConn Huskies 9-1 in the Hockey East Championship, the Northeastern No. 4 women’s hockey team picked up another husky-on-husky win, knocking off the visiting UConn Huskies by a score of 2-0.  Northeastern (9-1-1, 9-1-1 HEA) carried their...

Niche is a plant store with locations in South End and Davis Square.

Boston small businesses adapt to COVID-19 restrictions, prepare for the holidays

Grace Comer, news correspondent December 22, 2020

Still looking for last-minute holiday gift ideas? This holiday season, consider supporting some of those who have been hit the hardest by COVID-19 — small businesses.  From clothing to home goods, local Boston businesses both old and new have taken to the internet to continue...

Women are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 recession.

Column: Women struggle to gain gender equality and COVID-19 doesn’t help

Madison Boudreau Popovic, columnist November 22, 2020

Gender inequality is something many women are too well acquainted with. Women have fought for gender equality for countless years, but some of these efforts may be undone because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Women are disproportionately burdened by the economic downturn caused by...

Saturday Night Live came back to performing live, in studio shows in New York City.

Review: The shaky return of ‘Saturday Night Live’

Clara McCourt, news staff October 22, 2020

Saturday Night Live, or SNL, had a highly anticipated comeback episode premiere this week. But the return to Studio 8H did not come without issues.  Many pandemic procedures were put in place to ensure a safe performance. The show’s cast, crew and audience were given rapid...

The final product of the chocolate lava cake that was baked in this article.

Column: The great Baron baking show, chocolate lava cake edition

Jordan Baron, news staff September 22, 2020

What’s up guys, it’s Jordan, the City Editor of the Huntington News.  While some of you may know me as a sports guy or a city reporter, what some of you don’t know is that, for the last two weeks, I’ve been an avid baker.  It all started one morning in my new...

President Aoun wears a mask created by Northeastern student Naomi Silver.

Q&A: President Aoun discusses reopening Northeastern

Kelly Chan, Deanna Schwartz, and George Barker August 18, 2020
Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun spoke with The News in an hour-long video call Tuesday about Northeastern’s plans to reopen for the fall 2020 semester.