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Boston celebrates the holiday season with tree lighting at the Common

Boston celebrates the holiday season with tree lighting at the Common

Ali Dusinberre, deputy lifestyle editor

December 5, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

Thousands gathered on Boston Common Thursday, Nov. 29, to watch the lighting of the City of Boston’s official 2018 Christmas tree, along with musical performances and fireworks. This year marked the 77th annual tree lighting and the 47th year that Nova Scotia has donated a tree to the city as t...

Men’s basketball comes up one shot short in home opener

Men’s basketball comes up one shot short in home opener

November 12, 2018


Filed under Sports

By Seamus McAvoy, staff writer Basketball fans at Matthews Arena were treated to a thrilling season opener on Tuesday that came down to the final shot. In the end, Northeastern men’s basketball fell to the Boston University Terriers by a score of 77-74 after senior guard Vasa Pusica missed on a d...

Fire on Hemenway displaces students

Fire on Hemenway displaces students

Chris Butler and Riley Robinson

November 2, 2018


Filed under Campus

When her roommate called her to say their building was burning down, third-year electrical engineering major Natalie Luongo was down the street. Luongo ran for a few blocks until she reached home. The entire building was in flames. “It was just very shocking. I didn’t believe it at first when my roommat...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 4  – Wednesday, Oct. 10

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 4  – Wednesday, Oct. 10

October 3, 2018


Filed under event calendar, Lifestyle

Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Oct. 4, Tastemakers Concert Photo Tutorial   This how-to class will be hosted by Tastemakers Magazine’s head photo directors and will provide a real concert stage setup for photographers to learn and practice. Tastemakers will set the Afterhours stage with live music...

Chef Fernanda Tapia demos cooking talent at Xhibition Kitchen

Chef Fernanda Tapia demos cooking talent at Xhibition Kitchen

September 26, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Samantha Barry Professional chef and restaurant owner Fernanda Tapia performed a cooking demonstration at Stetson West’s Xhibition Kitchen on Monday, preparing a dish inspired by her Chilean roots. Tapia is the owner of Comedor, a restaurant located in Newton Center, which serves American-Ch...

‘Your Name’ opens Boston Japanese film festival

‘Your Name’ opens Boston Japanese film festival

February 15, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Kiana Jones and Samuel Kim, news staff The inaugural Boston Festival of Films from Japan, or BFFJ, opened Feb. 1 with a sold-out screening of the highest-grossing anime film to date, “Your Name,” written by Japanese director Makoto Shinkai. The event, held at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, was co-pr...

Madigan, players savor victory 30 years in the making

Madigan, players savor victory 30 years in the making

Charlie Wolfson

February 12, 2018


Filed under Sports

Before doubting the significance of the Beanpot in the Boston area, talk to Adam Gaudette. The third-year led his Northeastern team to its first Beanpot championship since 1988 Monday night. “The Beanpot is more special to me than being on an Olympic team,” Gaudette said post-game Monday. The wi...

BU stands between Northeastern and ending Beanpot drought

BU stands between Northeastern and ending Beanpot drought

Charlie Wolfson and Calli Remillard

February 11, 2018


Filed under Sports

The 66th Beanpot final is set to be a dogfight between the Northeastern Huskies, who will attempt to vanquish a 30-year championship drought, and the Boston University Terriers. BU has appeared in the last three championship games of the tournament; their last title came in 2015 with a 4-3 overtime w...

Community leaders work to change the narrative of opioid addiction

Community leaders work to change the narrative of opioid addiction

February 1, 2018


Filed under City

By Jenna Majeski, news correspondent Hundreds of medical professionals,  policymakers and community members gathered from across Greater Boston  to discuss the opioid epidemic with the U.S. surgeon general and the commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health on the opioid epidemic at t...

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