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

Ali Caudle

Ali Caudle, Projects Editor

Ali Caudle is a second-year journalism major with minors in law and public policy and women's, gender, and sexuality studies. She's projects editor in her second semester serving on The News' e-board. She spends her free time working with babies and wandering through Boston's various neighborhoods. Follow her on Instagram @attributedtoali or on Twitter @alicaudle for updates.

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Sophomore forward Vivian Akyirem pokes the ball past a Hofstra player. The Huskies take on William & Mary in the first round of the CAA tournament Thursday night.

[Photo] Northeastern women’s soccer team prepares to fight for more time together in CAA Championship

Sofia Garrett, news staff
October 26, 2023

Sophomore forward Vivian Akyirem pokes the ball past a Hofstra player. The Huskies take on William & Mary in the first round of the CAA tournament Thursday night.

A student fills out an Instagram story graphic supporting access to medication abortion. NU SHARE in collaboration with If/When/How relaunched a petition advocating for UHCS to provide access for medication abortions.

Student advocates launch petition for University Health and Counseling Services to provide medication abortion

Ali Caudle, projects editor
October 25, 2023

Massachusetts passed legislation last year mandating all public higher education institutions to develop a medication abortion readiness plan for their students in accordance with their capabilities to...

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Manzi stands over the voting box during the first tribal of the season. Survivor: Northeastern was founded in the spring of 2017.

[Photo] Could you survive tribal council? A glimpse into Survivor: Northeastern

Zoe MacDiarmid, news staff
October 4, 2023

Manzi stands over the voting box during the first tribal of the season. Survivor: Northeastern was founded in the spring of 2017.

Chalk writing advertising the election disappears roughly 20 minutes after it is  seen on the ISEC bridge. The writing captured on the left, taken at 10:54 a.m. Tuesday, is gone at 11:11 a.m.

[Photo] Voting begins for graduate workers union; pro-union chalking on ISEC bridge erased

Zoe MacDiarmid, news staff
September 19, 2023

Chalk writing advertising the election disappears roughly 20 minutes after it is seen on the ISEC bridge. The writing captured on the left, taken at 10:54 a.m. Tuesday, is gone at 11:11 a.m.

Boston police and Boston Public Works employees gather around the burst fire pipe that serviced the Fenway Target. Utility workers had to dig under the street in order to find and repair the source of the break.

Burst fire pipe on Boylston floods Target, forces evacuation, temporary closures

Ali Caudle, news staff
September 15, 2023

A fire pipe servicing the Fenway Target at 1341 Boylston St. burst shortly before noon on Thursday, flooding multiple streets in the area and causing traffic delays ahead of a Red Sox doubleheader.  Emergency...

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The Juggleslut Interview

The Juggleslut Interview

Ali Caudle and Renée Abbott
June 30, 2023

Learn more about Northeastern student Jonathan Chamberlin and his quest to be the campus juggler.

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Northeastern womens hockey alumnus Fiona Rice is honored as an inductee in the Womens Beanpot Hall of Fame. From 1986 to 1989, Rice helped the Huskies to four consecutive Beanpot titles.

[Photo] Northeastern’s Fiona Rice reflects on her impact upon induction into the Beanpot Hall of Fame

Sarah Popeck, news staff
June 13, 2023

Northeastern women's hockey alumnus Fiona Rice is honored as an inductee in the Women's Beanpot Hall of Fame. From 1986 to 1989, Rice helped the Huskies to four consecutive Beanpot titles.

Two friends embrace in a hug following the ceremony.

[Photo] You’re on your own kid: Undergraduates celebrate commencement in Fenway Park 

Alexis Algazy, news staff
May 9, 2023

Two friends embrace in a hug following the ceremony.

Irina Znakharchuck pipes strawberry poppyseed filling into croissants at Solodko Boston, a Ukrainian bakery in Brighton. Her sister Ilona began selling pastries to friends and professors at Boston College before the sisters opened a storefront in November.

[Photo] Two sisters bring the sweet taste of Ukraine to Boston

Lauren Salemo, news staff
March 31, 2023

Irina Znakharchuck pipes strawberry poppyseed filling into croissants at Solodko Boston, a Ukrainian bakery in Brighton. Her sister Ilona began selling pastries to friends and professors at Boston College...

57 Questions with NU Rover President Garrit Strenge

57 Questions with NU Rover President Garrit Strenge

Renée Abbott, Sofia Long, and Ali Caudle
March 20, 2023

Learn all about the NU Rover club, president Garrit Strenge and rover Watney Mark 4.  

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Senior forward Katy Knoll faces off during the Beanpot semifinal. Northeastern claimed a 4-1 victory in the game to move on to the final round on Valentines Day.

[Photo] Murphy’s three-point night sends Huskies to Beanpot final

Amelia Ballingall, deputy sports editor
February 8, 2023

Senior forward Katy Knoll faces off during the Beanpot semifinal. Northeastern claimed a 4-1 victory in the game to move on to the final round on Valentine's Day.

Hundreds gather to witness the unveiling of “The Embrace” in Boston
Common Jan. 13. The sculpture honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
was modeled off a photo of him and his wife, Coretta Scott King, who
embraced after learning he won the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.

Embrace monument brings to life MLK’s history, legacy in Boston Common

Ali Caudle, deputy city editor
February 5, 2023

New memorial art installations — especially those costing $10 million — are rare occasions in Boston. But for the first time in 30 years, a new memorial sculpture was unveiled in Boston Common Jan....

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57 Questions with Animation Club President Gabriel Joy Reid

57 Questions with Animation Club President Gabriel Joy Reid

Renée Abbott and Ali Caudle
January 22, 2023

Tune in to learn more about Northeastern's animation club and all of the president's exciting projects!

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57 Questions with NUTV President David Fatheree

57 Questions with NUTV President David Fatheree

Renée Abbott and Ali Caudle
December 4, 2022

Tune in to learn more about NUTV, David Fatheree's favorite character on tv shows and whether or not he likes Harry styles — or if he knows who he is at all.  

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The Student Government Association office at 332 Curry Student Center. SGA passed a resolution Nov. 28 to prioritize the improvement of campus communication during emergencies.

SGA passes Sense of the Senate recommendations to improve emergency communication

Ali Caudle, news staff
December 4, 2022

On Nov. 28, Northeastern’s Student Government Association, or SGA, voted on its first major resolution for the 22-23 school year, a Sense of the Senate on Northeastern Emergency Response and Public Safety...

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Members of the Northeastern University College Democrats and College Republicans met Nov. 10 for a debate in Richards Hall. The topics ranged from gun control to inflation.

College Democrats and College Republicans host debate in aftermath of Election Day

Ali Caudle, news staff
November 22, 2022

Two days after the 2022 midterm elections, six Northeastern students met in Richards Hall to debate as representatives of Northeastern’s leading partisan political groups. The three students seated at...

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A husky parades in costume alongside its owner. A wide array of costumes were featured, from Game of Thrones characters to french fries.

[Photo] Dogs of Boston take to the streets in costume for Halloween parade

Kristina DaPonte, news correspondent
November 2, 2022

A husky parades in costume alongside its owner. A wide array of costumes were featured, from "Game of Thrones" characters to french fries.

57 Questions with NU SHARE President Ren Birnholz

57 Questions with NU SHARE President Ren Birnholz

Renée Abbott and Ali Caudle
October 28, 2022

Disclaimer: at the time of the interview, the vending machine was not yet installed. To learn more about the vending machine, check out the recent Huntington News article.   Host Renée Abbott chats...

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Lincoln Mosca, the youngest member of the Northeastern men’s soccer team, participates in the team’s pre-game pep talk. Mosca partnered with the team through Team Impact.

Men’s soccer embraces 7-year-old hype man Lincoln Mosca

Ali Caudle, news staff
October 26, 2022

As the Northeastern men’s soccer team warmed up for its Oct. 8 game against Monmouth University at Parsons Field, one special team member, Lincoln Mosca, snacked on crackers as his mother helped put...

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Junior forward Gunnarwolfe Fontaine battles against the University of Vermont Saturday at Matthews Arena.

[Photo] Huskies sweep cats into the bag as Northeastern shuts out UVM 5-0

Eli Curwin, news staff
October 10, 2022

Junior forward Gunnarwolfe Fontaine battles against the University of Vermont Saturday at Matthews Arena.