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Emerson event displays Native American diversity and resiliency

Emerson event displays Native American diversity and resiliency

Audrey Cooney, news correspondent

November 28, 2018


Filed under City

Centuries after the first Europeans began colonizing what would become the United States, Native Americans, including the Wampanoag, the first tribe to have contact with the Pilgrims,  continue to pass down their own customs and battle for the right to maintain their own institutions. On Nov. 16...

David Hogg Talks Social Activism, Gun Control at Boston Public Library

David Hogg Talks Social Activism, Gun Control at Boston Public Library

October 17, 2018


Filed under City

By Aidan McGovern Gun control advocate, author and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School alum David Hogg spoke with Boston Public Library president David Leonard about gun control and social activism at an open forum discussion held at the library Tuesday. Hogg took a nationwide tour of the country t...

New organization connects health science, entrepreneurship

New organization connects health science, entrepreneurship

October 4, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Alison Booth, news correspondent A new student-led organization on campus aims to bring together students in health sciences, business, and other disciplines to advance healthcare. Bouvé Innovators, named after the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, is Northeastern’s newest entrepreneurial...

MBTA changes will allow riders to board at every door

MBTA changes will allow riders to board at every door

September 26, 2018


Filed under City

By Avery Bleichfeld, news correspondent Ask riders about their experiences with Boston’s public transit, and they’ll likely have a prepared list of complaints about the system. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, or MBTA, has identified some areas for improvement, including load...

Fashion and Retail Society hosts 50s British-inspired show

Fashion and Retail Society hosts 50s British-inspired show

April 5, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries

By Evelyn Bleed, news correspondent Northeastern’s Fashion and Retail Society marked their eighth annual fashion show Friday, expressing the rebellious nature of youth fashion modeled by Northeastern students in a sold-out Curry Student Center quad. The show featured two major looks: one cle...

Kotoko Brass kicks off CRASHfest at House of Blues

Kotoko Brass kicks off CRASHfest at House of Blues

March 26, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries

By Kiana Jones, lifestyle co-editor The interweaving sounds of multinational music performed by several artists can be heard beyond the walls at House of Blues Boston. Entering through a breezy passageway, ticket holders are greeted with smiles from event staff who operate a welcome booth of te...

Tea no longer robot-proof at Northeastern

Tea no longer robot-proof at Northeastern

February 28, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Morgan Lloyd, campus editor At the request of President Joseph E. Aoun, Northeastern installed high-tech tea vending machines on campus Feb. 8. The new TeaBOT machines are being installed in 37 locations across the United States and Canada, including the University of Toronto, where Aoun fir...

Women’s basketball surges past Delaware in 73-59 game

Women’s basketball surges past Delaware in 73-59 game

February 7, 2018


Filed under Sports

By Irvin Zhang, news staff Dominating the paint by way of outrebounding and outscoring Delaware by margins of 15 and 22 respectively, the Northeastern women’s basketball team rolled past the Blue Hens 73-59, notching their second consecutive win Sunday afternoon at Cabot Center. Going into the c...

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