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Op-ed: Why voting yes on 3 is crucial to Massachusetts’ future

Op-ed: Why voting yes on 3 is crucial to Massachusetts’ future

October 10, 2018


Filed under Op-eds, Opinion

Ben Rutberg, contributor As college students, it is our duty to be the voice of the younger generation. We have the power to shape our future by the way we vote. We will be living with the results of this November’s election far longer than the rest of the voting population, so it is especially im...

Editorial: We need to talk about diversity

Editorial: We need to talk about diversity

April 5, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

It is crucial that we have difficult conversations about diversity and inclusion now. At Northeastern, it is the job of students, faculty and the administration to actively promote an open dialogue about acceptance on campus. We must also turn conversations about systemic discrimination into concr...

Editorial: All forms of discrimination must be addressed

Editorial: All forms of discrimination must be addressed

November 12, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Going over Title IX is a mandatory part of the college experience. At Northeastern, Title IX is addressed multiple times at orientation by representatives from the Office for University Equity and Compliance and then again by orientation leaders. Later, when students move into their dorms, resident ass...

Letter: Using “stigma” only harms

Letter: Using “stigma” only harms

June 8, 2016


Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

Mental Health Month has come to a close. None too soon. Newspapers will no longer be inundated by people voicing “the stigma of mental illness,” people from every corner of society, mental health professionals, mental health advocacies, editorial boards, reporters, editors, citizens, all bent o...

Concerned students rally for #DoBetterNU

Concerned students rally for #DoBetterNU

April 13, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Alejandro Serrano, deputy news editor “We can’t normalize these issues of institutionalized discrimination with words. We need to take action,” said freshman sociology Rachel Domond into a megaphone atop the stone Northeastern sign on Centennial Common. Domond was the first of many st...

NU right to denounce North Carolina discrimination law

NU right to denounce North Carolina discrimination law

March 31, 2016


Filed under Opinion

North Carolina’s state legislature passed a law last week reversing a Charlotte city ordinance that had afforded some anti-discrimination LGBTQA+ protections. The bill prohibits cities from passing any rights legislation extending the narrow provisions that already exist under state law. It effectively...

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