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Students bring mental health texting hotline to Northeastern area

Students bring mental health texting hotline to Northeastern area

Lean on Me is an anonymous texting hotline that pairs people with peer supporters to talk about whatever is troubling them. The hotline was founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in early 2016, but Northeastern students opened the Huntington chapter in February.

by × March 22, 2017 × 0 comments

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Susan Parish starts as Bouvé College of Health Sciences dean

Susan Parish starts as Bouvé College of Health Sciences dean

Parish hopes to expand on collaboration within Bouvé.

by × March 17, 2017 × 0 comments

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Dean of libraries candidate emphasizes past experiences

Dean of libraries candidate emphasizes past experiences

Zhang, currently the dean of libraries at the University of Montana, is the second candidate for the open vice provost of information collaboration and dean of libraries position.

by × February 27, 2017 × 0 comments

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Oomf brings free phone chargers to students

Oomf brings free phone chargers to students

NU alum James Riel launched Oomf, a company that provides free phone chargers in bars, restaurants and college campuses, including Northeastern.

by × November 30, 2016 × 0 comments

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Panel focuses on topics of gender, race in 2016 election

Panel focuses on topics of gender, race in 2016 election

In a crowded room in Dockser Hall on the night of Oct. 6, Northeastern students gathered to listen to a panel of professors discuss how issues of race and gender are playing into the current presidential election.

by × October 13, 2016 × 1 comment

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Expanding the long history of the Longfellow House

Expanding the long history of the Longfellow House

Built in 1759, the Longfellow House of Cambridge, Massachusetts has quite the history. A National Historic Site, the house served as George Washington’s headquarters during the Revolutionary War. If that wasn’t enough, the site was later home to poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow from 1837 to 1882. Now, Northeastern University has received a grant from the National Park Service to help showcase the property’s expansive history.

by × September 29, 2016 × 1 comment