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RETRACTED: Editorial: Freedom of the press must be protected

RETRACTED: Editorial: Freedom of the press must be protected

October 24, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Dear readers, It has come to our attention that one member of our staff plagiarized material published in this editorial. In accordance with our constitution, we are retracting this post and the person involved has been removed from staff. Integrity, truth and transparency are all values we take v...

Herald sale to change Boston media landscape

Herald sale to change Boston media landscape

January 24, 2018


Filed under City

By Zach Carmosino, news correspondent On Dec. 8, 2017, the Boston Herald filed for bankruptcy protection. The original intent of publisher Patrick J. Purcell was to sell the paper to Gatehouse Media for $4.5 million, but a new bidder has emerged: Tampa-based Revolution Capital Group made an offer...

Column: It is time to revisit mythology

Column: It is time to revisit mythology

March 1, 2017


Filed under Columns, Lifestyle

By Vy Thai, A&E columnist The exposure and relevance of Norse mythology has resurfaced in contemporary pop culture, with perhaps the most noticeable being Marvel’s “Thor” movies and comics. Most of the knowledge we have about Norse myths in pop culture involves the cycles of the creations and destruct...

“Fake Blog”: Old media must adapt

“Fake Blog”: Old media must adapt

February 27, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

  By Joe Buza, political columnist President Donald J. Trump recently changed his rating of CNN from “fake news” to “very fake news.” This isn’t fascism. CNN has been notably biased over the course of the election, and now that they have lost their campaign, it doesn’t appear th...

Column: Gendering food takes labels one step too far

Column: Gendering food takes labels one step too far

February 22, 2017


Filed under Columns, Lifestyle

By Vy Thai, A&E columnist Dietitian Christy Brissette wrote in The Washington Post that people choose their eating habits not based on the food itself but rather on the social standards of what men and women should eat. While men are believed to be more masculine by eating calorie-laden, unhealthy food such as hamb...

#TrumpTweetWatch2k17: We are the opposition party

#TrumpTweetWatch2k17: We are the opposition party

February 4, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

By Alice Hubbard Lahoda, political columnist This week’s #TrumpTweetWatch2k17 is brought to you by Seasonal Depression. (Is your everyday depression and anxiety due to the Trump presidency and revised Doomsday Clock projection not getting you down enough? Try Seasonal Depression: a bad mood to match the gloomiest time of year. Climate change ma...

Column: Stop calling Bernie Sanders unelectable

Column: Stop calling Bernie Sanders unelectable

February 25, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

By Sean Connolly, editorial columnist Last Saturday, I watched the Nevada Democratic caucus on CNN. I was disappointed that Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., lost, but what stuck with me was CNN’s commentary. CNN often offends and disappoints me, but I want to talk about one issue specifically: Their con...

Media giant David Carr dead at 58

Media giant David Carr dead at 58

February 13, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

The New York Times culture reporter and star of "Page One" David Carr was pronounced dead at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital after collapsing in the Times newsroom on Thursday. He was 58. A media legend, Carr reported on every aspect of the the media business with brutal honesty and never took no...

Pulitzer winner counsels students on using media

Pulitzer winner counsels students on using media

September 24, 2014


Filed under Campus

By Miharu Sugie, News Staff From newspapers to radio and television, and now online news and social media, the platform in which people communicate and merge with media has changed. And as the industry changes, the key storytellers of the industry have to change and become entrepreneurial, said Ellis Henic...

Social media users turn to anonymous apps

December 4, 2013


Filed under Lifestyle

By Christie Young, News Correspondent Most college students remember their first foray into social media as the one and only MySpace. The site, founded in 2003, allowed users to create and personalize profile pages and use them to interact with others. Users could fully customize their page with ba...

CAMD is #FallingforBoston

CAMD is #FallingforBoston

October 30, 2013


Filed under Lifestyle

By Kelly Kasulis, News Correspondent Warm colors and crinkly leaves are commanding monitors across Snell Library’s digital media commons in an effort to unite the College of Arts, Media and Design (CAMD) as well as the entire Northeastern community. #FallingForBoston is a CAMD idea that calls for students t...

Event Calendar: Oct. 24-30

Event Calendar: Oct. 24-30

October 24, 2013


Filed under Lifestyle

Compiled by Rebecca Sirull, News Staff Entry of the Week: Friday, Oct. 25 Get out your best face paint and start practicing your “hungry for human brains” noises – it’s time for the Boston Zombie Walk. Join hundreds of other undead enthusiasts as they march through the streets wieldin...

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