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SGA president resigns discreetly

SGA president resigns discreetly

Chris Butler

November 29, 2018


Filed under Campus

UPDATED: On Nov. 29, SGA published a statement regarding Hostert's resignation. In an unexpected announcement to the student Senate last week, Nathan Hostert resigned from his position as Student Government Association president, making Executive Vice President Dylan Balcom the Association’s chief ...

Nursing students, experts weigh in on Question 1

Nursing students, experts weigh in on Question 1

Katie McCreedy

November 1, 2018


Filed under Campus

Tensions are rising as Election Day nears and Question 1 on the ballot proves to be a contentious issue for Massachusetts voters. Many Northeastern students and faculty oppose the proposal, which would implement mandatory minimum nurse-to-patient ratios in Massachusetts hospitals.   If passed, Que...

Supporters for transgender anti-discrimination bill begin final push before election day

Supporters for transgender anti-discrimination bill begin final push before election day

September 19, 2018


Filed under City

By Bridgid Chandler, news correspondent  Supporters of a ballot measure protecting transgender people from discrimination held a rally in Copley Square on Sunday to start the final push to pass the referendum 50 days before the election. Question 3 on the ballot will ask voters whether they ...

Column: Where is your personal data going?

Column: Where is your personal data going?

March 22, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Ever since I made my first email account, I have routinely clicked “accept” to online terms and conditions without fully reading them first. While many people do this without question, the Facebook data leak forces us to reconsider how websites and online programs are using our personal data. Ca...

Northeastern students react to a full year of Trump-dom

Northeastern students react to a full year of Trump-dom

November 29, 2017


Filed under Campus

By Ysabelle Kempe, news correspondent As citizens headed to the polls this election day, the United States came up on a full year of Donald J. Trump’s presidency. Northeastern is no exception to the rest of the country; there is still a swirling discussion of the good, bad and ugly of Trump’s presiden...

Cartoon: Drawing the election

Cartoon: Drawing the election

November 10, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Editorial cartoon by David London

Editorial: Processing fear, shock after Trump’s victory

Editorial: Processing fear, shock after Trump’s victory

November 10, 2016


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The country woke up yesterday to a long election season that ended with Donald Trump as our president-elect. To many, his win is a triumph over a runaway country, a reviled political establishment, or both. To many others – to the plurality of voters nationwide, who voted for Hillary Clinton – i...

Letter: International aid as a response to national discouragement

Letter: International aid as a response to national discouragement

November 10, 2016


Filed under Opinion

I suspect that many Northeastern students have been in a state of despondence since Tuesday’s results. Even if one is in agreement with the general philosophies of the Republican Party, it must be troubling to see conservative principles take a backseat to bullying, fear-mongering and a lack of in...

Massachusetts votes blue in statewide races

Massachusetts votes blue in statewide races

Paxtyn Merten and Julia Preszler

November 9, 2016


Filed under City

On Election Day, as Republicans won the presidency and took majorities in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, Massachusetts voted blue for every office on the ballot. In the presidential election, 61 percent of Massachusetts residents who voted cast their ballot for Democratic nominee Hillary C...

Bostonians to vote on Community Preservation Act

Bostonians to vote on Community Preservation Act

November 3, 2016


Filed under City

By Julia Preszler, news staff Voters in Boston and 15 other Massachusetts towns will be able to vote Tuesday on a ballot question concerning whether to accept the Community Preservation Act (CPA).  If passed, the CPA would add a surcharge to property taxes in order to collect money for a special mu...

Op-Ed: Election will not bring the end

Op-Ed: Election will not bring the end

November 3, 2016


Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

We have all heard that Nov. 8 will be the end of America as we know it. On one hand, you have a bigot who seems impressively incompetent, and on the other you have a career politician who makes Richard Nixon look honest. It sounds horrifying, but it is not as catastrophic as it seems. There is reason be...

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