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Supporters of Boston Citgo sign push for landmark status

Supporters of Boston Citgo sign push for landmark status

October 24, 2018


Filed under City

By Jordan Baron, news correspondent An iconic piece of Boston’s skyline is now facing controversy over its legitimacy as a landmark. The Citgo sign, located on the top of a Kenmore Square building, has been in place since 1965. It has been seen as a cultural icon of the city, appearing in the...

Boston Calling 2018 in photos

Boston Calling 2018 in photos

May 30, 2018


Filed under Multimedia, Photo Galleries

Photos by Alex Melagrano, news staff Boston Calling, Boston's premier music festival, returned to it's new home at the Harvard Athletics Complex for a second year in 2018.  With dozens of artists performing across the three-day event, a plethora of local restaurants serving up a wide variety ...

Eminem, Khalid, and others bring high energy to Boston Calling’s final day

May 28, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Reviews

Story by Derek Schuster, photos by Alex Melagrano, news staff   Boston Calling’s 2018 edition came to a close on Sunday, with Eminem headlining the festival’s final night in Allston. The balmy weather of the previous two days was traded for a rainy chill as fans bundled up to hear th...

Boston Calling continues with good weather and better performances

Boston Calling continues with good weather and better performances

May 27, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Reviews

Story by Derek Schuster, photos by Alex Melagrano, news staff The warm weather continued in Allston as Boston Calling entered its second day on Saturday, led by Jack White as the night’s headliner. A steady stream of hard rock on one side of the festival and hip-hop/R&B on the other provid...

Boston Calling starts off with a bang in 2018

Boston Calling starts off with a bang in 2018

May 26, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Reviews

Story by Derek Schuster, photos by Alex Melagrano, news staff Boston Calling kicked off its 2018 edition on Friday, with The Killers headlining the first night of the three-day festival. The event, held at the Harvard Athletic Complex for only the second time after moving from City Hall Plaza...

Boston Calling aims high for 2018 with impressive lineup and widespread festival upgrades

Boston Calling aims high for 2018 with impressive lineup and widespread festival upgrades

May 9, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Alex Melagrano, news staff Boston’s favorite music festival is back for 2018, sporting an impressive set of performers and the largest food and drink lineup to date. Returning to the Harvard Athletic Complex for a second year, the festival organizers addressed many of the growing pains which aros...

Take Back the Night calls attention to sexual violence

Take Back the Night calls attention to sexual violence

April 11, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Nick Hirano, news correspondent  Survivors of sexual assault shared stories of courage and resilience March 29 at Take Back the Night, the culminating event of this year’s Sexual Assault Awareness Week. Sponsored by Delta Tau Delta, Omega Phi Beta, Sigma Delta Tau, NUSPACE and the Office of Preven...

Review: James Bay serenades a packed Royale with new style

Review: James Bay serenades a packed Royale with new style

April 6, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Photo Galleries, Reviews

Photos and review by Alex Melagrano and Lauren Scornavacca, news staff. James Bay may not have released his album yet, nor is he on a large tour with shows in massive arenas, but his intimate performance at Royale Thursday night was all but quiet. The sold-out show had fans spilling over balc...

SGA leaders Sharma and Ruiz review successes

SGA leaders Sharma and Ruiz review successes

April 5, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Alyssa Lukpat, news staff Suchira Sharma and Paulina Ruiz, the current student body president and executive vice president, said their year in office yielded successful legislative revisions but was marred by gender and racial bias. Sharma, a fourth-year business administration major, and Ruiz...

NU student seeks to ease traffic with app

NU student seeks to ease traffic with app

April 5, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Nick Hirano, news correspondent A Northeastern student believes he can bring innovation to the largest form of mass transit in the United States: school bus transportation. First-year business administration major Keith Corso’s startup company BusRight aims to make busing more efficient through a GPS...

Huskies run: Northeastern students train for marathon

Huskies run: Northeastern students train for marathon

April 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

By Tom Petrini and Tori Sullivan, news staff For some Northeastern students, the biggest challenge of the spring semester will come just before finals. This year, Marathon Monday in Boston falls on April 16. It will be the 122nd running of the world’s oldest annual marathon, which ranks as one...

Students enjoy energetic Ravyn Lenae and Asoh Black! show

Students enjoy energetic Ravyn Lenae and Asoh Black! show

March 28, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries

By Bradley Fargo, news correspondent A day after her first headliner show at The Middle East Nightclub’s Sonia venue, Ravyn Lenae played an AfterHours concert Thursday alongside openers Asoh Black! and sndwn. Hosted by the Council for University Programs, the show was free to all Northeastern students. S...

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