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Angela Kinsey of “The Office” visits NU, discusses female representation in media

Angela Kinsey of “The Office” visits NU, discusses female representation in media

January 25, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

By Samuel Kim and Kate Win, news staff Angela Kinsey, clad in a striped black and white sweater, skinny jeans and beige boots, strode onto the stage at Blackman Auditorium Tuesday night. As she eased into her chair, she realized it was too far from the table in front of her. “Short girl probs ...

Levin loses competition, succeeds as organ donor advocate

Levin loses competition, succeeds as organ donor advocate

September 19, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Alexa LaVersa, news correspondent  Northeastern senior Josh Levin and 16 other athletes competed in the American Ninja Warrior (ANW) season finale this past week for the chance to win $1,000,000. Levin did not earn the title of American ninja warrior, but he achieved another goal by making a public ...

The “ninja” of Northeastern: Levin’s climb to victory

The “ninja” of Northeastern: Levin’s climb to victory

July 12, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Cassidy DeStefano, news editor Growing up in San Francisco’s Bay Area, a toddler-aged Josh Levin climbed everything - bookshelves, lampposts, whatever he laid eyes on. Years later, the Northeastern senior scaled one of the most important walls of his life: One that led him to the buzzer to sec...

Williams worthy of forgiveness

Williams worthy of forgiveness

February 19, 2015


Filed under Opinion

It was the lie heard ‘round the world when America’s most respected news anchor, Brian Williams, recounted a story originally told in 2003 about one of his many Iraq War experiences. Williams claimed to have been in a military Chinook helicopter that was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade, forcing...

Uber: A more efficient service, but at what cost?

Uber: A more efficient service, but at what cost?

October 1, 2014


Filed under Opinion

This past year, the private ride-sharing company Uber has climbed its way to being a top contender in the transportation market, breaking barriers in the traditional taxi industry. Uber operates in more than 100 cities in 37 states in the US and is available in 45 countries and expanding.  Unlike other cab s...

Lack of diversity on screen

Lack of diversity on screen

September 11, 2014


Filed under Opinion

America prides itself on being a country made up of immigrants, being diverse and welcoming of diversity, but as racially diverse as the country may be, and becoming more so every year, America lacks integration. In a country consumed by the media, there is no place this is more evident than in the f...

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