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Women’s Hockey tops Boston College in OT thriller

Women’s Hockey tops Boston College in OT thriller

November 28, 2018


Filed under Sports

By Caroline Ingram, news staff On Tuesday evening, two of the top five women’s hockey teams in the nation met at historic Matthews Arena for an epic showdown. The Huskies entered the game owning an 11-game unbeaten streak and were successful in snapping an eight-game winless streak against Boston C...

Men’s hockey sweeps UMass, look ahead to TD Garden

Men’s hockey sweeps UMass, look ahead to TD Garden

March 16, 2018


Filed under Sports

By Calli Remillard, sports editor Sweeping the University of Massachusetts 7-2 in game two of the Hockey East tournament quarterfinals wasn’t enough for Northeastern. The team will hit the TD Garden Friday night carting a plethora of Hockey East conference honors to finish out their week. Emotion...

Primeau adds to impressive first season with Beanpot shutout

Primeau adds to impressive first season with Beanpot shutout

Charlie Wolfson and Calli Remillard

February 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

Northeastern clinched a trip to the Beanpot final with a 3-0 win over Boston College Monday, and first-year goalie Cayden Primeau was perhaps the biggest reason his team will have a chance next week to end a 30-year Beanpot title drought. He stopped all 37 shots he faced, in the process being NU’s best ...

Northeastern shuts out BC in Beanpot semi, will try to end title drought

Northeastern shuts out BC in Beanpot semi, will try to end title drought

Charlie Wolfson and Calli Remillard

February 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

Less than 24 hours after a flock of Eagles stripped one New England team of their shot at a championship, the Northeastern University Huskies were looking to avoid the same fate. The 66th Beanpot tournament got underway at TD Garden Monday; Northeastern faced the Boston College Eagles and a 30-year Be...

Editorial: Student journalism needs defense, support

Editorial: Student journalism needs defense, support

April 5, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

“District hires new principal,” the headline read. But the kicker was the subhead: “Background called into question after discrepancies arise.” This was the front page of The Booster Redux, a high school newspaper in Pittsburgh, Kansas, last Friday. On Tuesday, the new principal, Amy Robertso...

Women’s puck drops Beanpot championship thriller

Women’s puck drops Beanpot championship thriller

February 8, 2017


Filed under Sports

By Jack Hodge, news staff It was a big week for Northeastern University (NU) women’s hockey, starting off with a match against Providence College in Rhode Island Friday. Later in the week, the Huskies had one of their biggest games of the season: the Beanpot championship game in Matthews Arena,...

Hockey East woes continue for NU

Hockey East woes continue for NU

December 11, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Gordon Weigers, news staff In its final conference game of the calendar year, the Northeastern University (NU) men’s hockey team dropped a tough 5-3 game at Conte Forum against the Boston College Eagles. The Huskies, who now hold a Hockey East record of 1-6-2, were without star sophomore A...

Volleyball extends winning streak to seven

Volleyball extends winning streak to seven

September 21, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Tim Foley, news staff A 3-1 victory against the University of New Hampshire Tuesday solidified a seven-game winning streak for the Northeastern women’s volleyball team. The win was preceded by back-to-back victories over cross-town rivals Harvard University and Boston College on Saturday and ...

Mental health services in Boston colleges: A problem of supply and demand

Mental health services in Boston colleges:  A problem of supply and demand

March 24, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Stephanie Cohn, news correspondent  The unrelenting rain drenched Rayyan Mikati, soaking through her backpack and jacket as she waited alone for the bus. Already one subway ride and a bus ride into her journey, she would soon arrive at her therapist's heated office. Yet, Mikati would find relief on...

Huskies crowned Hockey East champs, lock up bid to NCAA’s

Huskies crowned Hockey East champs, lock up bid to NCAA’s

March 23, 2016


Filed under Featured Content, Sports

By Gordon Weigers, news staff To most, the words of “All Hail Northeastern” are a mystery, and the tune itself holds little meaning. But as the pep band played while the Hockey East banner was hoisted into the rafters at TD Garden, the song took on new life. A year of countless question marks h...

Huskies season ends in NCAA tournament

Huskies season ends in NCAA tournament

March 16, 2016


Filed under Sports

By James Duffy, deputy sports editor A historic season has come to a heartbreaking end. The Northeastern University (NU) women’s hockey team had the best season in school history this year, winning a program-record 28 games and securing its first ever berth in the NCAA tournament. The tournament...

Letter: NU’s decreasing ranking needs response

Letter: NU’s decreasing ranking needs response

October 7, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The jig is finally up. After years of record-setting upward progress in the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings, Northeastern University has finally dropped a couple spots, down to 47. It is unlikely that Northeastern will have the opportunity to make significant strides up the rankings as it...

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