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Northeastern alumni hold final sendoff for Punter’s

Northeastern alumni hold final sendoff for Punter’s

December 5, 2018


Filed under Campus

By Nick Hirano, news staff Punter’s Pub will give its final last call this month, as the Huntington Avenue dive bar is set to close its doors two years after Northeastern purchased the property. Campus-planning documents suggest that the property could be used as part of a student housing expansion. On Saturday night, ...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 4  – Wednesday, Oct. 10

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 4  – Wednesday, Oct. 10

October 3, 2018


Filed under event calendar, Lifestyle

Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Oct. 4, Tastemakers Concert Photo Tutorial   This how-to class will be hosted by Tastemakers Magazine’s head photo directors and will provide a real concert stage setup for photographers to learn and practice. Tastemakers will set the Afterhours stage with live music...

b.good replaces Boloco on Huntington Avenue

b.good replaces Boloco on Huntington Avenue

January 12, 2017


Filed under City

By Leslie Hassanein, staff writer Organic burger chain restaurant b.good has made its way to Northeastern’s campus. The eatery, which officially opened its doors on Dec. 23, 2016, has proven popular among Northeastern students, with lines sometimes stretching out the door. The eatery is loc...

Hubway opens Huntington station

Hubway opens Huntington station

October 15, 2015


Filed under City

By Sam Haas, city editor Boston bike-share program Hubway’s recent expansion brings a new docking station to Huntington Avenue, potentially increasing access to the program for Northeastern University (NU) and Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) students. The expansion – Hubway’s first...

All Hail: Farewell to NU

April 17, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Fare thee well, Huntington Avenue. Adieu, Northeastern. See ya later, Shillman Cat. After five years at Northeastern, it is time to move on. I know, however, that the Northeastern I am leaving is not the same one I arrived at as a freshman. When I got to Northeastern in 2008, the university was ranked...

Professor Menino?

April 10, 2013


Filed under City

By Todd Feathers, News Staff On the wings of Twitter, the rumors spread down Huntington Avenue, through Beacon Hill and along Commonwealth Avenue. Could soon-to-depart Mayor Thomas M. Menino be considering a teaching position at Northeastern, Suffolk University or Boston University? Prompted by a column pu...

Secret menus that aren’t so secret

March 20, 2013


Filed under Uncategorized

By Derrick Warren, News Staff The secret is out: the items on fast food menu boards aren’t the only things customers can order. Customers who are tired of ordering the same items are in luck, as chains are introducing a “secret menu” to their most loyal patrons. The “secret menus” are not...

Storefront getting its wings

February 28, 2013


Filed under Campus

By Stephanie Eisemann, News Correspondent For anyone in the digital generation, the idea of a copy shop is as foreign as platform shoes or speak-easies. Surely the copy place is just a novelty, reminiscent of those old episodes of “Friends,” but no longer a reality. The space at 325 Huntington...

New campaign for driver, pedestrian safety at busy intersections

September 5, 2012


Filed under City

By Madelyn Stone, News Staff Ranked 19th on a list of North America’s 26 most congested cities, Boston may not be known for its efficient traffic flow. A report entitled the Congestion Index, released in July by the GPS manufacturer TomTom, showed Boston commuters face an average delay of 19 min...

Timeline of the YMCA residence hall project

August 15, 2012


Filed under Campus

By Jake Simonds-Malamud, News Correspondent ...

City aims to make Huntington Avenue safer for cyclists

June 20, 2012


Filed under Campus

By Anne Steele, News Staff The cycling accident that killed 28-year-old Kelsey Rennebohm earlier this month has prompted city officials to intervene on a notoriously hazardous and oft-maligned stretch of Huntington Avenue. In the last week, the city has rolled out improvements at the intersect...

Letter to the Editor: Huntington Avenue a serious danger

June 7, 2012


Filed under Opinion

On Friday, June 1, Kelsey Rennebohm (age 28) was killed on Huntington Avenue in a bike accident involving an MBTA bus and vehicular traffic. While the details are still being investigated, there is one fact that will not change: Huntington Avenue is one of the city’s most dangerous sections of roadway...

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