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Governors Ball returns to New York City

Governors Ball returns to New York City

June 20, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

By Zipporah Osei, opinion editor This year’s Governors Ball came to Randall’s Island Park in New York City on June 2 for its three day, seventh annual music festival. The festival opened with a range of shows to satisfy rap, rhythm and blues, pop and electronic dance music fans alike. The list...

Column: Faces of New York, a.k.a. how I made a home here

Column: Faces of New York, a.k.a. how I made a home here

May 5, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Five months may sound like a significant period of time, but trust me, it flies by. Life has so much to offer. My time in New York has come to an end as my co-op is wrapping up. Leaving a place that you have grown attached to is always hard, but my heart is filled with more gratitude than melancholy when I look back. I’m grateful fo...

Nor’easters win ICCA finals

Nor’easters win ICCA finals

April 23, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

By Sophie Cannon, deputy A&E editor Three competitions, two train rides and one huge trophy later, the Northeastern University Nor’easters a cappella group took home first place at the 2017 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) final competition Saturday night. It was a t...

Column: Ode to New York

Column: Ode to New York

February 4, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

By Connie E, editorial columnist One month into my co-op, the questions I get the most are, unsurprisingly, “How is New York?” and “What’s it like to live there?” I often find it impossible to answer this question in a few sentences. New York is so many things to me: It’s the city wh...

Obituary: Alexandra Johnson remembered as genuine, outgoing, caring

Obituary: Alexandra Johnson remembered as genuine, outgoing, caring

June 22, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content, Obituaries

By Rachel Morford, news correspondent Alexandra Valentine Johnson, remembered by loved ones as a scholar, activist, volunteer and committed friend, passed away on June 18 after suffering complications relating to a seizure. She was 19. “It was pretty hard not to be drawn to Alex,” said Alisa ...

Governors Ball takes New York City

Governors Ball takes New York City

June 8, 2016


Filed under Featured Content, Lifestyle

By Juan A. Ramirez, arts & entertainment editor Festival-goers’ love of crowds, concerts and open air was put to the test at the sixth installment of Governors Ball Music Festival, which took place in New York City from Friday, June 3 to Saturday, June 4. The festival, held on Randall’s Isl...

Walsh gives first State of the City address

Walsh gives first State of the City address

January 15, 2015


Filed under City

By Rowan Walrath, city editor Mayor Martin J. Walsh discussed the City of Boston’s successes and needs for improvement in regard to education, housing, diversity and more in Boston’s first State of the City Address. Around 2,500 people convened in Symphony Hall Tuesday evening for the event, j...

An inside look at New York Fashion Week

An inside look at New York Fashion Week

October 17, 2013


Filed under Uncategorized

By: Daniel Christopher Preda, News Staff Can we talk? Ok. I am just now regaining full consciousness from my latest adventure into the depths of the fashion world, and naturally I am here to share with you my entire experience at New York Fashion Week Fall 2013. The majority of you reading this have in one...

Column: Defending Boston

October 3, 2012


Filed under Lifestyle

I have a good friend who grew up in New York City and, unsurprisingly, she takes every opportunity she can to give me a whole spiel about why a life outside of New York isn’t worth living. So when I told her that I would choose Boston over New York any day of the week, I thought she might kill me –...

Oh the places we go: New York

February 17, 2011


Filed under Lifestyle

By Marian Daniells, News Correspondent My first few trips to New York when I was 6, and later when I was 12, left me starstruck and fascinated. How could my hometown in California, with its simple green lawns and suburban soccer moms, possibly compare to a glittery world of skyscrapers and sho...

Style on the Street: NYC Edition

April 6, 2010


Filed under Uncategorized

As part of an occasional series by the News, we confronted people with fashionable taste in clothes and asked them about their style. In this special edition, news correspondent Ruthanne Tarantino stopped Huskies on co-op in New York City. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdh1C_ljCJw[/youtube] Jaclyn Fletch...

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