Northeastern University has not created housing at the same rate at which it accepts students.
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Boston students are moving into neighborhoods that aren’t necessarily meant for them.
Northeastern, among other urban universities, is a huge catalyst of gentrification.
Tremont Crossing is a proposed multimillion-dollar development project in Roxbury that would include residential, retail, art and office space.
Activists talked about HUD Secretary nominee Ben Carson, civic engagement and grassroots political activism throughout President Donald Trump’s administration.
A year after the closure of the Long Island Bridge forced 700 people out of the island’s homeless shelter and drug treatment facilities, protesters gathered at City Hall to demand more support for Boston’s homeless population.
By Sean Connolly, Editorial Section Editor On Sunday, Oct. 4, Northeastern’s Resident Student Association (RSA) began a Homelessness Awareness Week to bring attention to the extreme problem of homelessness in Boston. The timing is appropriate, as this Thursday is the one-year anniversary of the closure of Boston’s Long Island Bridge. […]
Before Nike John founded fledgling real estate startup Vibe Residential, the Northeastern University alumna honed her business skills at a lemonade stand, stationing younger friends and neighborhood children nearby as marketing tools.
As a freshman, I wasn’t expecting much when it came to dorms. Being at the bottom of the totem pole in most cases means living in lesser-quality housing than the upperclassmen. Needless to say, I was blown away when I walked into International Village this past September. It was almost […]