The Huntington News

Nahant residents protest Marine Science Center expansion

Nahant residents protest Marine Science Center expansion

Chris Butler

April 19, 2018


Filed under Campus

Residents of Nahant, Massachusetts, traveled to Boston April 10 to deliver an open letter to Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun, urging him to rethink the university's proposed expansion of the Marine Science Center in the town’s East Point area. More than 30 Nahant residents protested the expansion by pacing ...

Op-ed: Nahant needs to work with MSC

Op-ed: Nahant needs to work with MSC

April 15, 2018


Filed under Op-eds, Opinion

For three years, Northeastern’s Marine Science Center has been one of the most academically formative places for me. I participated in the Three Seas program and completed two co-ops and several research projects at the center. I taught at the Johnson School, Nahant’s elementary school, as part of t...

Op-Ed: I oppose NU’s expansion in Nahant

Op-Ed: I oppose NU’s expansion in Nahant

April 4, 2018


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I have spent my entire life as a resident of Nahant, Massachusetts. As the Commonwealth’s smallest town, I would not expect you to be familiar with Nahant, so let me enlighten you. Nahant is a stunning coastal town 25 minutes north of Boston. Nahant is best known for its beaches, but we are much...

SGA and NUPD plan to expand shuttle services

SGA and NUPD plan to expand shuttle services

November 13, 2014


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Alexandra Malloy, news editor With ridership of the off-campus student shuttle expanding, the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) have entered talks to expand the service to the nearly 6,300 students who live off campus. “I didn’t know th...

Editorial: Commuting days nearing end

January 17, 2013


Filed under Opinion

The Institutional Master Plan (IMP) notification form Northeastern filed with the Boston Redevelopment Authority last month represents a milestone in Northeastern’s decades-long transition from a large regional commuter school to the selective midsize research university it is recognized as today. Amid...

Obituary: Kenneth G. Ryder, led NU through period of expansion

November 8, 2012


Filed under Campus, Obituaries

By Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta, News Correspondent It was the summer of 1967. Kenneth Ryder had just assumed the office of President of Northeastern University. A month later he wed Teresa Ryan, who had come to Northeastern as an assistant in the business school. When the newlyweds returned from thei...

Timeline of the YMCA residence hall project

August 15, 2012


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By Jake Simonds-Malamud, News Correspondent ...

Work on high-rise residence hall begins behind YMCA

August 1, 2012


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By Zack Sampson, News Staff Construction crews began work last week on a 17-story residence hall behind the YMCA on Huntington Avenue, a project expected to start more than a year ago that was delayed by years of litigation and community resistance. The YMCA of Greater Boston agreed to sell pa...

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