The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News


Support an independent, free press at Northeastern University with your donation today.

Who we are:

The Huntington News is dedicated to serving the Northeastern University community with original, professional reporting and creating an environment in which student journalists can learn from one another. As a 501(c)3 registered nonprofit, recognized as World Series Way Publishing, we rely solely on donations and advertising revenue to sustain our organization — we are not funded by the university, an intentional choice to reduce the risk of prior review, censorship and the appearance of bias. More than 60 students contribute to its production through writing, photography, design, marketing, advertising, finance and more. 

For an exhaustive biography, check our “About Us” page.

What we’ve covered:

We are proud of the work our journalists have produced. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we covered important Northeastern policy updates and kept the community informed. We’ve covered graduate students unionizing, protests aimed to cut Northeastern’s ties to fossil fuel and military industrial companies, an ongoing housing shortage, university budget cuts and staff salary discrepancies. Our reporters gave live updates and captured the arrests of 98 protesters during the 48-hour-long “Gaza solidarity encampment” on Centennial Common.

We’ve reported on Northeastern’s continued efforts to increase campus diversity and when those efforts have fallen shortOur staff attend Student Government Association and Faculty Senate meetings; pore through annual safety reports from Northeastern police, local housing records and university finance reports.

We’ve highlighted pharmacy deserts in Roxbury, the high cost of living in Back Bay and the impact of Northeastern students in Mission Hill.

Our columnists have reviewed hundreds of movies, TV shows, performances and albums, and our sports writers have covered Northeastern’s unmatched performances at Beanpot. Staff photographers and videographers have captured both breaking news stories and lengthy features on camera, and members of our design team work through the early morning hours to complete our print edition

As the storytellers of this campus, we will always be there.

But sometimes, we need your help.

How you can donate:

If you would like to donate to The News, you can click this link or send your gift to: 

The Huntington News

Northeastern University

120 Lake Hall

Boston, MA 02115

What will your donation be used for:

Our most significant expense is the cost of publishing our print edition, which we issue approximately every other week and disperse across Northeastern’s Boston campus. Other expenditures include traveling and equipment costs, subscriptions to platforms needed to produce our reporting and multimedia content, and registration fees for panels and conferences.

Thank you for supporting a free press at Northeastern.