The Huntington News

Op-ed: CAMD needs funds

Op-ed: CAMD needs funds

April 13, 2017


Filed under Op-eds, Opinion

  Last week, I walked out of my alternative photographic processes class with a knot of frustration in my brain. Our professor had just informed our small class that we had begun to run out of chemicals and printing paper required as part of our final, and that in order to finish it, we woul...

Thousands walk to fundraise for sexual assault

Thousands walk to fundraise for sexual assault

April 14, 2016


Filed under City, Featured Content

By Will Angell-James, news correspondent A line of shirts hung in both bright and muted colors, red next to white next to gray. A sign explained that this was called the Clothesline Project, where people who were victims of sexual violence could tell their stories or open a dialogue on sexual assault a...

Film festival forecasts hope for marine science

Film festival forecasts hope for marine science

April 7, 2016


Filed under Campus

By Naomi Stapleton, news correspondent Northeastern University’s Marine Biology Club hosted a screening of several documentaries about ocean conservation issues on Thursday, March 31, as part of a Beneath the Waves film festival on campus. With help from the Husky Environmental Action Team, the Biol...

Baron urges media to adapt to change

Baron urges media to adapt to change

April 6, 2016


Filed under Campus

By James Duffy, deputy sports editor Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun welcomed Pulitzer Prize-winning editor Marty Baron to the East Village penthouse last Thursday, March 31, to discuss the future of media for the third installment of the Presidential Speaker Series. Baron, currently executive ...

Mental health services in Boston colleges: A problem of supply and demand

Mental health services in Boston colleges:  A problem of supply and demand

March 24, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Stephanie Cohn, news correspondent  The unrelenting rain drenched Rayyan Mikati, soaking through her backpack and jacket as she waited alone for the bus. Already one subway ride and a bus ride into her journey, she would soon arrive at her therapist's heated office. Yet, Mikati would find relief on...

Library presents talk on redlining

Library presents talk on redlining

March 23, 2016


Filed under Campus

By Cassidy DeStefano, news editor Guest speaker and community activist Mossik Hacobian condemned the practice of redlining as “federally-sanctioned apartheid” at the first session of a three-part “Neighborhood Matters” event hosted each semester by Snell Library. “This series has spotlig...

Mental health care fails college students

Mental health care fails college students

March 17, 2016


Filed under Campus, Featured Content

By Rowan Walrath, managing editor Just over a year before he graduated, Brandon, who wished to keep his last name private, found his roommate dead on the bathroom floor. After only one month of knowing his fellow Northeastern student, Brandon was faced with reporting his suicide, moving out of the t...

Femmes Trouvés redefines artistic objects

Femmes Trouvés redefines artistic objects

March 17, 2016


Filed under Featured Content, Lifestyle

By Connie E, Staff Writer A combination of lamp covers, furniture legs and oil funnels can be turned into the female form when seasoned with imagination and creativity. Gallery 360 opened the new exhibition Femmes Trouvés on March 15 to showcase the most recent sculptural works of Michael Ulman, Ar...

Picasso interprets different human body forms

Picasso interprets different human body forms

March 3, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

By Juan A. Ramirez, Staff Writer A new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Visiting Masterpieces: Pairing Picasso (MFA), affords visitors a look at how the 20th-century master revisited the same subjects that fascinated him throughout his career. The exhibition includes four paintings on lo...

NBSA marches to boost awareness

NBSA marches to boost awareness

March 3, 2016


Filed under Campus

By Cassidy DeStefano and Alejandro Serrano, news staff Northeastern Black Student Association (NBSA) club members marched underneath rain and into a general body meeting at Krentzman Quadrangle last Wednesday, Feb. 24, as part of “Huskies in Hoods Week.” “Huskies in Hoods originally sta...

Brian Fountaine prints 3-D prosthetics

Brian Fountaine prints 3-D prosthetics

March 3, 2016


Filed under Campus

By Miharu Sugie, news correspondent Northeastern University senior Brian Fountaine plays many parts: An army veteran, a designer and, most recently, an innovator. Fountaine, a double-amputee after losing his legs while serving in Iraq, is creating prototypes of prosthetics with a 3-D printer. F...

Media Innovation program launches digital story hub

Media Innovation program launches digital story hub

February 25, 2016


Filed under Campus

By Sarah Keneipp, news correspondent “As journalists, we get to reinvent journalism,” said Media Innovation program coordinator Jeff Howe. Ochre, a visual storytelling platform, was introduced to Northeastern University in early February, allowing journalists to weave together animation, design and sound to cr...

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