Boston students are moving into neighborhoods that aren’t necessarily meant for them.
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Last Thursday, members of the theatre community gathered across the country for a movement in solidarity.
Community is a word that evokes many different images and connotations. We’re not only born into certain communities that we identify with, but we’re also surrounded by layers of communities that support and shape who we are.
When was the last time you walked through Ruggles? Maybe it was an hour ago, when you went to get lunch at International Village (IV), or maybe it was a couple days ago when you visited a friend in one of the Davenports.
The beginning of the new year ushers in the commencement of the winter television season —packed with both new episodes of returning hit shows that fans have been anxiously awaiting and auspicious new shows that will undoubtedly win devotees of their own. For those who simply do not have the time or energy to sift through the endless waves of new content premiering in the coming weeks, here is a quick rundown of the most anticipated shows for which viewers should indubitably make time.
In honor of the 10th annual Northeastern Service Day, students gathered in the Krentzman Quadrangle Saturday to enjoy a Dunkin’ Donuts breakfast and kickoff celebration before going out and serving an approximate 4,000 hours of community service.
Local residents, city officials and Northeastern administrators discussed the university’s next Institutional Master Plan (IMP) on Tuesday, touching on how the school plans to benefit the community and manage problems related to off-campus living.
Growing up in Vermont, things were … slower. Nobody was rushing around. Nobody was worried about the latest this or that. But almost everyone knew their neighbor, their town clerk, their postman and their convenience store owners, and everyone would help their community members if they ever hit a rough patch. That is what I find lacking in my current life here at Northeastern.
Common subjects of controversy like off-campus student living and Northeastern’s commitment to neighboring communities were rehashed at a Community Task Force meeting Monday as the university continues the process of finishing its next Institutional Master Plan (IMP).
After continuous demands by members of the Northeastern Community Task Force for more detailed proposals during Institutional Master Plan (IMP) meetings, the Nov. 15 Task Force meeting was cancelled because the university said it was not yet ready to provide the specifics requested.