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Column: NU needs to expand beyond Boston

Column: NU needs to expand beyond Boston

April 4, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Boston has the most colleges located within the city or immediate surrounding area of any city in the country. These schools include Harvard, MIT, Boston University, Boston College, Tufts, Emerson, Simmons, Wellesley, Brandeis, Suffolk, University of Massachusetts Boston and, of course, Northeastern....

Op-ed: A crown prince is not a revolutionary

Op-ed: A crown prince is not a revolutionary

January 18, 2018


Filed under Op-eds, Opinion

By Ali Safarkhani Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is not a revolutionary. The idea that the de facto king will be responsible for radical reform is farcical, but that has not stopped American news outlets from suggesting it. When bin Salman arrested hundreds of Saudi officials on nebulous c...

ICA exhibits world-renowned prize winners

ICA exhibits world-renowned prize winners

February 16, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

By Priya Amin, news staff The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Boston opened the 2017 James and Audrey Foster Prize exhibition on Wednesday. The exhibit features works of this year’s Foster Prize recipients, Sonia Almeida, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel, Jennifer Bornstein and Lucy Ki...

Column: How to adapt to foreign customs

Column: How to adapt to foreign customs

March 5, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle

                            By Rebecca Sirull, inside columnist If I went into a café in the United States and simply said to the waiter, “I want a coffee,” I would probably be met...

Column: 10 Things that Happen When You Are the Only American in a Group

Column: 10 Things that Happen When You Are the Only American in a Group

October 9, 2014


Filed under Lifestyle

By Angelica Recierdo, inside columnist At a school with almost 20 percent international students, it’s almost impossible as a Husky not to find yourself at one time or another as the only American in the group. When that time inevitable comes, here are the 10 things that will happen: 1.You’re alone in thinkin...

Deadly mine explosion and ensuing protests in Turkey

Deadly mine explosion and ensuing protests in Turkey

May 15, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

By Rebecca Sirull, inside editor The anguish was palpable as families gathered outside a coal mine in Soma, Turkey awaiting news of their loved ones who had been trapped inside after an electrical transformer exploded on May 13. The resulting fire spread smoke and carbon monoxide through the mine...

Column: On Culture

April 2, 2014


Filed under Lifestyle

By Angelica Recierdo, News Staff ​I perpetually wonder if there is a reliable method for measuring a person’s cultural aptitude. Is it a formula consisting of the number of stamps in one’s passport (s) multiplied by  the number of languages they are fluent in (l) plus the number of current event...

Global Brigades offers another international opportunity

October 31, 2012


Filed under Campus

By Lily Moseley, News Correspondent A new student group on campus, with chapters at other universities around the world, will allow students yet another opportunity to travel abroad and offer their services to developing areas. Global Brigades is an international organization with a vision “to i...

Costs of Northeastern Dialogue programs to rise, directors said

October 11, 2012


Filed under Campus

By Todd Feathers, News Staff The price of all Dialogue of Civilizations programs will rise by at least $2,000 next summer as the university attempts to reconfigure the program, multiple Dialogue directors said, adding that the offering was unsustainable in its previous form. The extra $2,000 fee...

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