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Crime Log: Monday, November 26 to Sunday, December 2

Crime Log: Monday, November 26 to Sunday, December 2

Jill Sojourner, news staff

December 5, 2018


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Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department between Monday, November 26 and Sunday, December 2.

Mary Baker Eddy Library presents A Day of Cultural Experience

Mary Baker Eddy Library presents A Day of Cultural Experience

October 17, 2018


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By Julia Crooijmans, news correspondent  Dozens of parents and children gathered at the Mary Baker Eddy Library on the morning of Oct. 8th at to kick off Boston’s largest day of arts, cultural and educational events. The Opening Our Doors celebration, now in its 17th year consists of members of the...

Column: Indulge in these cheap eats around Boston

Column: Indulge in these cheap eats around Boston

March 14, 2018


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By Allie Kuo, lifestyle columnist As tempting as it may be to pop into Amelia’s every time a dining hall meal doesn’t sound too ideal, there are so many other places around Boston to try that are just as delicious and reasonably priced. Eating well doesn’t have to mean spending the last of your savings if yo...

Cupid’s Undie Run draws hundreds at Fenway Park

Cupid’s Undie Run draws hundreds at Fenway Park

February 22, 2018


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By Mridhu Khanna, news correspondent More than 500 people ran through Fenway Park Saturday during the annual Cupid’s Undie Run in an effort to raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation for Research, which researches neurofibromatosis. The race was one of many held in cities across the country...

Column: Think before you move off campus

Column: Think before you move off campus

March 17, 2017


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By Alex Frandsen, editorial columnist At some point during your four or five years here at Northeastern, it is a near guarantee that you will be presented with the question: “Do you want to live off campus next year?” Oftentimes, it will be prefaced with an obligatory “God, I cannot wait to g...

Event Calendar: Oct. 8 – 14

Event Calendar: Oct. 8 – 14

October 8, 2015


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By Megan O'Brien, deputy inside editor   Event of the Week: Thursday, Oct. 8 From Tony Award-nominated director Leigh Silverman and Emmy-nominated choreographer Sonya Tayeh comes “An Audience with Meow Meow.” The musical stars Meow Meow, the stage persona of real-life cabaret star Mel...

Boys of Summer to make year’s first appearance

Boys of Summer to make year’s first appearance

April 6, 2015


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                            By Mary Whitfill, editor-in-chief At 3 p.m. today, the Red Sox' bats will find their groove in the season's first game in Philadelphia. Major League Baseball'...

Blazing Paddles: pingpong on Lansdowne

Blazing Paddles:  pingpong on Lansdowne

March 26, 2014


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By Maxim Tamarov, News Staff It’s Tuesday night, and a group of Northeastern seniors are gathered at Blazing Paddles. The group is playing pingpong and downing beers in celebration of the birthday of Betsy Chen, a finance and art history major. “We’re the brand-spanking new pingpong place ...

Editorial: On-campus housing is not Boston’s silver bullet

January 8, 2014


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In the coming weeks, Boston’s new mayor Martin J. Walsh, who took over the helm at City Hall Monday from Boston’s long-time patriarch Thomas M. Menino, is sure to present plenty of ideas to address the city’s most pressing problems. How the Walsh administration addresses Boston’s overburdened...

Event Calendar: Oct. 10-16

Event Calendar: Oct. 10-16

October 9, 2013


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Compiled by Rebecca Sirull, News Staff Entry of the Week: Friday, Oct. 11 Street music gets a whole new meaning at the HONK! music festival. More than 50 street bands from around the world will congregate in neighborhoods throughout Boston, performing diverse and dynamic numbers for the whole commu...

Joyce Foster, activist for the Fenway community, dies at 84

September 12, 2013


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By Mary Whitfill, News Staff A vigorous activist for her neighborhood, resident Joyce Foster made a name for herself in the Northeastern University community by fighting vehemently for the wellbeing of the Fenway. Foster, 84, died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease on Aug. 10 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. A strong voice in the neg...

At Task Force meeting, residents call for more integration

May 22, 2013


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By Emily Huizenga, News Staff As work on the university's most recent Institutional Master Plan (IMP) winds down, local residents, city officials and Northeastern administrators focused on a new business initiative and outreach in Roxbury at the two-hour-long Community Task Force Meeting on Tuesday. Sinc...

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