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The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

Christina McCabe

Christina McCabe

Christina McCabe is a second-year journalism and data science combined major. This semester she is serving as the copy chief for The News. In the past she wrote for her hometown newspaper and managed the Instagram for the New England High School Journalism Collaborative.

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VIDEO: Boston University students set aside rivalry to compliment Northeastern

VIDEO: Boston University students set aside rivalry to compliment Northeastern

Annika Sunkara and Christina McCabe
February 12, 2024

  The upcoming Beanpot final with Northeastern playing Boston University means the rivalry between the two schools is especially alive. Audiovisual editor Annika Sunkara stepped foot on Terrier...

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Crime Log: Monday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, Dec. 31

Crime Log: Monday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, Dec. 31

Christina McCabe, news staff
January 12, 2024

Monday, Nov. 20 2:53 a.m. A caller reported graffiti in Centennial Common. A report was filed. 7:00 a.m. A caller reported an individual possibly squatting in Richards Hall. The area was checked.  12:16...

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Crime Log: Friday, Oct. 20 to Sunday, Nov. 19

Crime Log: Friday, Oct. 20 to Sunday, Nov. 19

Christina McCabe, news staff
January 11, 2024

Friday, Oct. 20 10:36 a.m. A caller reported receiving harassing messages from an unknown individual. BPD assumed jurisdiction. 11:15 a.m. A caller reported a scooter stolen from EXP. A report...

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Katie Dolce sings and plays the guitar at LMAs Homecoming concert. The two opening acts each had to prepare a 30-minute setlist. Photo courtesy Emily Kobren.

LMA openers reflect on Homecoming performances, aspirations

Christina McCabe, news staff
December 11, 2023

In the weeks after Live Music Association’s, or LMA’s, Homecoming concert, student openers Katie Dolce and Bug Wife are still ecstatic about their performances.  The student acts opened the concert...

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Students give feedback about current meal plans at a Nov. 16 event hosted by the Dining Advisory Board. The board has collected feedback for several months to propose a revamped meal plan.

Dining advisory board plans to revamp meal plans in fall 2024

Christina McCabe, news staff
November 29, 2023

After months of collecting student feedback, the Student Government Association’s Dining Advisory Board is getting ready to put a new, revamped meal plan in place for students beginning in 2024. The...

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Crime Log: Sunday, Oct. 1 to Thursday, Oct. 19

Crime Log: Sunday, Oct. 1 to Thursday, Oct. 19

Christina McCabe, news staff
November 7, 2023

Sunday, Oct. 1 12:08 a.m. Officers monitored the area of Tremont Street after a carjacking was reported off campus. Boston Police Department, or BPD, assumed jurisdiction. 12:25 a.m. A caller...

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Crime Log: Thursday, Sept. 14 to Saturday, Sept. 30

Crime Log: Thursday, Sept. 14 to Saturday, Sept. 30

Christina McCabe, news staff
October 30, 2023

Thursday, Sept. 14 2:27 a.m. A caller reported individuals on mopeds circling Forsyth Street. The area was checked. 7:00 a.m. A caller reported damage to a loading dock door in International...

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Crime Log: Saturday, Sept. 1 to Wednesday, Sept. 13

Crime Log: Saturday, Sept. 1 to Wednesday, Sept. 13

Christina McCabe, news staff
October 18, 2023

Friday, Sept. 1 12:00 a.m. A caller reported their information was used to create a fake social media account. A report was filed. 1:12 a.m. A caller reported individuals being loud on Hemenway...

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Students march through campus during the No Hungry Huskies rally. Citing Northeasterns high meal plan rates, protestors demanded more affordable dining options. Photo courtesy YDSA.

YDSA orchestrates third No Hungry Huskies rally to fight against food insecurity

Christina McCabe, news staff
October 2, 2023

In the middle of Centennial Common, about three dozen students gathered Sept. 21 with posters and a megaphone, ready to rally for the No Hungry Huskies campaign. As the common grew busy in the late afternoon,...

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Jada Howard and Caroline Kenney (pictured left to right) pose for a portrait. Both students spoke with The News their experiences at Northeastern as first-generation low-income students. Photo courtesy Jada Howard and Caroline Kenney.

First generation, low income students struggle with visibility and support from university

Christina McCabe, news staff
May 22, 2023

In the days following Jada Howard’s acceptance to Northeastern University, she found herself locked in a fight with the school’s financial aid office. As a first-generation, low-income admit to the...

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Q&A: Sailaja Joshi, founder of Mango & Marigold Press, discusses South Asian representation in childrens’ books

Q&A: Sailaja Joshi, founder of Mango & Marigold Press, discusses South Asian representation in childrens’ books

Christina McCabe, news staff
May 4, 2023

When looking for books to buy for her young daughter, Northeastern alum Sailaja Joshi noticed the lack of children’s books that represented South Asian culture.  “At the time, there were five times...

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Omar Mohuddin poses for a picture. Mohuddin has gained a lot of local attention after announcing his plans to run for mayor of Woburn, his hometown. Photo courtesy of Omar Mohuddin.

Q&A with Omar Mohuddin, Woburn’s youngest mayoral candidate

Christina McCabe, news staff
April 18, 2023

Omar Mohuddin, a first-year business administration major, decided to take the next step in his professional career by running for mayor of his hometown at just 19 years old. Mohuddin has lived in Woburn...

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The Underground Cafe sits under Lightview at 742 Columbus Ave. The owner, Nia Grace, founded the cafe in 2021 as her second restaurant, the first being Darryls Corner Kitchen and Bar located further down Tremont Street.

The Underground Cafe brings vibrant twist to typical coffee shop

Christina McCabe, news staff
March 31, 2023

The Underground Cafe + Lounge, a relaxed and inviting coffee and pastry shop with an emphasis on community, has started to grow in popularity and make its mark in the bustling city. Nia Grace, the founder...

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Gohar Dashtis piece Untitled 1 is now on display at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Scottsdale, Arizona. With this piece, Dashti aimed to explore the themes of displacement and home. Photo courtesy Gohar Dashti.

‘Artists in Conversation’ panel addresses isolation felt by immigrants

Christina McCabe, news staff
February 22, 2023

Artists Mimi Bai, Gohar Dashti and Ngoc-Tran Vu all share a common experience — they immigrated to the U.S. at a young age and started a journey that proved to be harder than they expected.  “Those...

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Visitors amble past stands in Snowport Holiday Market. The market, located in Seaport, features dozens of small businesses from all over New England.

Snowport Holiday Market brings opportunities for small businesses

Christina McCabe, news staff
December 19, 2022

Snowport Holiday Market was packed with eager crowds Dec. 8, bundled head-to-toe in winter gear. Dozens of people bustled through the crowd to secure their place in line for a crepe. Some headed for an...

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Rosenfeld gives her acceptance speech at The Danny Awards, an award that acknowledges disabled individuals around the world for their talent in the musical industry. Photo courtesy of Daniels Music Foundation.

Northeastern student Erin Rosenfeld advocates accessibility for Deaf audiences in theatre

Christina McCabe, news staff
November 27, 2022

When it comes to advocating for the Deaf community, Erin Rosenfeld, a fourth-year American Sign Language and psychology combined major, has gone above and beyond to make sure people who are hard of hearing...

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The burning of the mishoon — or canoe — is a traditional act of the Nipmuc tribe. The ceremony was performed for the first time in 300 years Oct. 31. Photo courtesy Scott Foster.

Mishoon project ignites for the first time in 300 years

Christina McCabe, news staff
November 26, 2022

After centuries of Boston overlooking the Nipmuc and Massachusett tribes, they are now reclaiming their culture and reminding the city they are not going anywhere.  Spectators gathered Oct. 31 at the...

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Kanye West performing at TD Garden Sept. 9, 2016 in Boston on the Saint Pablo Tour. Kanye West Saint Pablo Tour TD Garden 2016 5 by Kenny Sun is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Students react to Kanye West’s antisemitic rhetoric

Christina McCabe, news correspondent
November 2, 2022

Following two weeks of unrelenting antisemitic remarks, artist Kanye West is running into criticism online and corporate pushback.  Naturally, Northeastern students — on a campus with the 20th-highest...

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Faye Webster headlined the Common Cents Music Festival Oct. 3. Artists Armand Hammer, Winkler and Eph See joined Webster in the festival lineup.

Common Cents Music Fest hits Northeastern with show-stopping performances

Christina McCabe, news correspondent
October 20, 2022

The lights turned low, and the music ramped up. Illuminating strobe lights from the stage cast a halo of light around Faye Webster as she belted out a melody from her top hit, Kingston. Students in...

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Students from the Wah Lum Kung Fu & Tai Chi Academy performed a lion dance for visitors at the Experience Chinatown Arts Festival. Photo courtesy of Lee-Daniel Tran.

Experience Chinatown Arts Festival finishes live performances with kick

Christina McCabe, news correspondent
October 5, 2022

On Sept. 24, spectators crowded the Chinatown Gate, catching the last of the live performances at the Experience Chinatown Arts Festival. The Pao Arts Center, an organization that celebrates Asian culture...

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Many local businesses near Northeastern experience a sudden influx of customers in September as college students return to Boston.

College students bring busyness (and business) back to Boston with move-in

Christina McCabe, news correspondent
September 7, 2022

While college students are spending their last few weeks of summer preparing to move into Boston, local businesses are preparing for move-in as well.  From fall to spring, Boston is a bustling college...

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