Post Tagged with: "Hunt News"

Opinion

Editorial: Out with the old

While final exams address the degree to which students remember the information taught to them in the course, they don’t ensure long-term effectiveness.

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Opinion

Column: Small odds, big impact

We see planes, trains and automobiles as constant means of travel – safe bets that are just a part of the modern world. But recent events begs the question: Is it possible that we have begun to take for granted the danger that still comes with traveling?

by × December 5, 2013 × 0 comments

Opinion

Editorial: Automation killed the manual car

Blame it on the recession, blame it on global warming, blame it on the war – whatever you choose to blame it on, we have become a nation obsessed with practicality and precision. Everything needs to be 100 percent efficient and necessary all the time. Anything but is simply an inconvenience.

by × November 21, 2013 × 0 comments

Opinion

Column: The better fit

There was something very different about Saturday’s men’s basketball homecoming game against Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). Yes, the game was in the much smaller Cabot Center as opposed to the historic Matthews Arena, but it was also about 10 times more electric.

by × November 21, 2013 × 36 comments

Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: An organization focused on food

There are few things in life more delicious, gratifying or necessary than food. This is universal fact. Take a love for all things that taste good and combine it with a slight emphasis on health and a great emphasis on social responsibility, and you’ve got this club of dreams.

by × November 21, 2013 × 0 comments

Opinion

Editorial: Meet us halfway

We urge the administration to reevaluate its apparent opinion of the Huntington News. While we reserve the right to criticize its decisions with regard to Northeastern, we are more than open to hearing its views on those decisions.

by × November 14, 2013 × 0 comments

Opinion

Column: The dangers of asking for help

Back before the common use of cellphones, it was a viable option to ask a stranger for help face-to-face since there was no other way to communicate in a situation of distress. However, with the increased use of technology, we have become a society that relies heavily on our phones, tablets and any other devices to be our savior.

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Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: Bigger than business

As a kid, I ran a business. My very own lemonade stand on hot summer days. Fast forward 15 years later, and I’m still selling something, though quite a different product. What I’m selling are my goals, my ambitions, and my personality to the job market that awaits at the end of the tunnel in May.

by × November 14, 2013 × 0 comments

Opinion

Editorial: Creating a global dialogue

November 15 will mark the deadline for students to apply for a Dialogue of Civilizations in 2014. This round’s selection of dialogues is quite diverse with destinations ranging from Iceland to Serbia and activities ranging from studying geothermal and glacial activity to live conflict resolution.

by × November 7, 2013 × 128 comments

Opinion

Column: Know rights

I never thought something could distract me from a weekend of celebrating a World Series championship win. I was proven wrong last week when I saw the news, watching the various shenanigans students got into after Koji Uehara threw that final strike.

by × November 7, 2013 × 3 comments