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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...

Illuminus Festival shines in Downtown Crossing

Illuminus Festival shines in Downtown Crossing

November 7, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Nia Beckett, news staff Illuminus, a local contemporary arts festival, held its fourth annual outing last Friday and Saturday. 21 projects and two performances were spread across Downtown Crossing. The projects featured a number of computer-generated auditory and visual elements. Illuminus aims...

Campus group offers support to students with diabetes

Campus group offers support to students with diabetes

March 28, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Patrick Burgard, deputy campus editor As Northeastern students continue to advocate for improved health care services, a new student-led resource is available on campus for students with diabetes. The College Diabetes Network, or CDN, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a support...

BuzzFeed stars talk Asian-American media representation

BuzzFeed stars talk Asian-American media representation

February 23, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Sam Cronin, news staff A panel discussion by two Asian-American BuzzFeed personalities kicked off Asian American Heritage Week Tuesday at Northeastern. The panel featuring BuzzFeed’s Steven Lim and Jen Ruggirello was the first in a series of 10 events put on by a variety of student organizations, ...

Environmental summit highlights progress, challenges

Environmental summit highlights progress, challenges

February 7, 2018


Filed under City

By Zach Carmosino, news correspondent Environmental activists from around New England met at Emerson College Saturday to discuss issues facing environmental justice. Mass Green Summit attendees listened to a panel discussion about local progress on environmental issues and participated in workshops on...

Study says financial aid for low-income students falls short

May 22, 2013


Filed under Campus

By Madelyn Stone, News Staff A report released by the New America Foundation earlier this month paints a dismal picture of the state of financial aid for lower-income students at universities across the country. Author Stephen Burd, senior policy analyst with New America’s Education Policy Program, examined...

Event calendar: April 18-24

April 18, 2013


Filed under Lifestyle

Compiled by Sara Tucker, News Staff  Entry of the Week: Saturday, April 20 This weekend, Northeastern will celebrate Holi, a traditionally Hindu festival that involves throwing colored powder at friends in a celebration of spring. Come out to Centennial Commons this weekend for Holi, hosted by NU UTSAV, Nor...

“Graceland Girls” takes its audience on a journey, wins multiple awards

February 21, 2013


Filed under Lifestyle

By Natasha Chang, News Correspondent  The bare broken walls, dirty wooden desks, worn out books and determined students from Graceland High School have high hopes. It is simple, because to educate is to defy the odds. These high school girls are the hope for a better future in Kenya. The story ...

Event calendar: Jan. 24-30

January 24, 2013


Filed under Campus, Lifestyle

Compiled by: Sara Tucker, News Staff Entry of the Week: Sunday, Jan. 27 The Game On! sports bar in Fenway feels for all those struggling to fill their Sundays with new meaningful activities now that tailgates and game days have come to an end. Game Stop and Game On! are hosting a new event th...

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