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The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

The independent student newspaper of Northeastern University

The Huntington News

Galiah Abbud

Galiah Abbud, Deputy Opinion Editor

Galiah Abbud is a second-year journalism and philosophy major. She currently serves as opinion editor. She is eager to learn from her peers and continue the dedicated work of The News.

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Claudia Sheinbaum smiles for a photo. Sheinbaum was elected Mexicos first female president June 2.  Photo courtesy Rodrigo Jardón, Wikimedia Commons.

Op-ed: Why I remain hopeful for Mexico’s first female president

Galiah Abbud, deputy opinion editor
June 18, 2024

Claudia Sheinbaum was recently elected president of Mexico June 2, becoming the first woman to hold this coveted position. Considering the country’s long-standing history of sexist ideals, many Mexican...

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Sophie Lewis, Jane Ward and Treva B. Lindsey (left to right) speak to the audience. The symposium consisted of four panels that discussed feminist theory.

‘Thinking Feminism for the Future’: Panel celebrates 50 years of Signs

Galiah Abbud, news staff
March 28, 2024

The Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Program and Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society hosted their 10th annual Women’s History Month Symposium March 15. The symposium brought together...

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Jennifer Diaz performs “La Malagueña,” a mariachi song by Miguel Aceves Mejía, at the seventh annual Latin American Song Project recital hosted by the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Feb. 4. Read more here.

[Photo] Photos of the month: February

Photo Staff
February 29, 2024

Jennifer Diaz performs “La Malagueña,” a mariachi song by Miguel Aceves Mejía, at the seventh annual Latin American Song Project recital hosted by the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Feb. 4. Read...

Jennifer Diaz performs La Malagueña, a mariachi song by Miguel Aceves Mejía. Diaz dedicated the performance to her grandma.

Latin American Song Project challenges the classical music repertoire

Galiah Abbud, news staff
February 8, 2024

In the center of a wooden stage decorated by dramatic maroon drapings, Sara Goldstein interrupted audience chatter marked by different Spanish dialects. Goldstein, the interim chair of voice at Boston...

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VIDEO: Green Line closures force alternative travel for college students in Boston

VIDEO: Green Line closures force alternative travel for college students in Boston

Annika Sunkara, Alyssa Fell, and Galiah Abbud
January 28, 2024

  On and around the Northeastern campus, many college students rely on the Green Line for transportation. However, recent and frequent closures for repairs have proved disruptive. City editor...

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WRBB News Episode 1: Israel-Hamas, Crime Log and Climate Justice Jam

WRBB News Episode 1: Israel-Hamas, Crime Log and Climate Justice Jam

In the inaugural episode of WRBB News, our new weekly radio show with WRBB Radio, co-hosts Bela Omoeva and Liza Rosen speak with The News about three recent stories. Editor-in-chief Eli Curwin and campus...

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Corinna Parrish sings into the mic while playing the guitar. She performed songs expressing her concern about the state of the world.

Northeastern students sing for climate justice, divestment from fossil fuels

Galiah Abbud, news correspondent
October 17, 2023

Northeastern’s Council of University Programs, or CUP, and Sunrise Northeastern, a campus group dedicated to environmental activism, hosted the first Climate Justice Jam in over 10 years Oct. 6 in AfterHours. The...

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Op-ed: Northeastern’s money game: How Northeastern tuition is playing you

Op-ed: Northeastern’s money game: How Northeastern tuition is playing you

Galiah Abbud, contributor
October 16, 2023

College tuition prices drastically increase yearly, and Northeastern University is no exception. In 2013, the school tuition was estimated to be a little over $40,000 yearly. In 2023, the tuition is estimated...

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