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Nor’easters host concert with local a cappella groups

Nor’easters host concert with local a cappella groups

April 8, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Samuel Kim, lifestyle co-editor A cappella singers were bathed in soft sunlight as they performed in the lobby of the Behrakis Health Science Center Sunday afternoon. The singers stood on the steps in the lobby and performed to a crowd of more than 100 without any microphones or special lighting e...

Review: James Bay serenades a packed Royale with new style

Review: James Bay serenades a packed Royale with new style

April 6, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Photo Galleries, Reviews

Photos and review by Alex Melagrano and Lauren Scornavacca, news staff. James Bay may not have released his album yet, nor is he on a large tour with shows in massive arenas, but his intimate performance at Royale Thursday night was all but quiet. The sold-out show had fans spilling over balc...

Distilled Harmony competes at ICCA Semifinals

Distilled Harmony competes at ICCA Semifinals

March 6, 2018


Filed under Featured Content, Lifestyle

By Samuel Kim, deputy lifestyle editor  The sound of a cappella performances filled Boston Symphony Hall Sunday afternoon as 10 groups from the Northeast participated in a semifinal competition. Distilled Harmony was the sole group that represented Northeastern at the semifinals for the Internatio...

Spotlight team discusses racism in Boston

Spotlight team discusses racism in Boston

Chris Butler

February 19, 2018


Filed under Campus

Is Boston racist? The Boston Globe’s Spotlight team believes so. The Spotlight team recently investigated whether Boston deserves its reputation as one of the most racist cities in the country. Several members of the team – Patty Wen, Adrian Walker and Liz Kowalczyk – came to Northeastern Feb. 1...

Kiss108’s Jingle Ball 2017

Kiss108’s Jingle Ball 2017

January 5, 2018


Filed under Featured Content, Photo Galleries

  Photos by Lauren Scornavacca and Alex Melagrano

Dua Lipa makes her first stop in Boston on her Self-Titled Tour

Dua Lipa makes her first stop in Boston on her Self-Titled Tour

November 28, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Reviews

  By Lauren Scornavacca and Hailey Konisky   The anticipation was high in the House of Blues Monday night as the crowd waited for Dua Lipa to take the stage for the sold-out show. Under the dim stage lights audience members could make out the silhouettes of band members as they pla...

Comedians perform at TD Garden for the 23rd Annual ‘Comics Come Home’ benefit

Comedians perform at TD Garden for the 23rd Annual ‘Comics Come Home’ benefit

November 20, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Reviews

By Sophie Cannon, managing editor From the strange spellings of their cities to their reckless driving and inability to be offended by an insult, it is undeniably true that Bostonians have a lot to laugh about when it comes to their city. In a night of pure comedic relief, a nine-comic lineup bro...

Museum of Science hosts Women in STEM

Museum of Science hosts Women in STEM

November 15, 2017


Filed under City

By Ava Sasani, news correspondent November marks the 20th anniversary of Women in STEM Month at the Museum of Science, when the museum hosts events and panels featuring women currently working in fields such as engineering, technology, life sciences and science management. The Museum partnered ...

Paradise Papers tie Northeastern to offshore fossil fuel investments

Paradise Papers tie Northeastern to offshore fossil fuel investments

November 11, 2017


Filed under Campus

By Glenn Billman, deputy campus editor Leaked Paradise Paper documents revealed Northeastern and several other universities have invested part of their endowments in fossil fuels via an offshore hedge fund, according to an article published in the Guardian Wednesday. EnCap Energy Capital Fund IX-C is based in the Cayman Islands, where there is no corporate or income tax. Northeastern and 11 o...

Niall Horan’s first solo show in Boston sells out the Orpheum

Niall Horan’s first solo show in Boston sells out the Orpheum

November 7, 2017


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By Paula Hornstein, news staff Former One Direction heartthrob Niall Horan played his first Boston gig on Friday since the band declared its hiatus two years ago. This was only the 13th show of his Flicker tour, but it was clear that Horan is just as comfortable solo on the small stage of the Orpheu...

Kaleo plays a sold-out show at the House of Blues

Kaleo plays a sold-out show at the House of Blues

November 1, 2017


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By Matt Burmeister, news correspondent Although it was a Monday night, it felt like a weekend in Boston’s House of Blues at the sold-out show headlined by Icelandic group Kaleo. For about two and a half hours, fans enjoyed a variety of folk, pop, rock and blues from emerging artists Wilder, an ener...

SGA assembles first ever ‘Block pARTy’

SGA assembles first ever ‘Block pARTy’

October 19, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

By Drew Baldwin, news correspondent Northeastern’s first annual Block pARTy, hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA), was a celebration that exhibited student artwork, clubs and shows. Throughout the day on Tuesday, there were performances in the Curry Indoor Quad led by NU Stag...

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