Northeastern University has not created housing at the same rate at which it accepts students.
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Boston students are moving into neighborhoods that aren’t necessarily meant for them.
Tremont Crossing is a proposed multimillion-dollar development project in Roxbury that would include residential, retail, art and office space.
Legacy’s day of service was filled with workshops in which high school students analyzed King’s words.
Roxbury residents made one of the final steps in the creation of a state cultural district by holding a hearing and community discussion on the topic.
When was the last time you walked through Ruggles? Maybe it was an hour ago, when you went to get lunch at International Village (IV), or maybe it was a couple days ago when you visited a friend in one of the Davenports.
Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) board members approved Northeastern University’s (NU) proposed 812-bed dormitory building on Burke Street at a July 14 meeting, the organization said in a press release. The project will cost $160 million and will generate more than 250 construction jobs.
A close-knit ring of protesters, signs held above their heads, swayed outside the Boston Police Department (BPD) headquarters on Wednesday, July 13. The group’s leader, sporting a megaphone, began a call-and-response chant.
Crime of the Week: Thursday, June 16
A dining hall manager called Northeastern University Police Department (NUPD) to report a cleaner had found three students inside the south tower of International Village and sent them on their way. One of the students threw up on the worker and then exited the building. NUPD spoke with the intoxicated student and requested Emergency Medical Services (EMS), which responded and cleared the student, who refused treatment and transport. NUPD escorted the student to Douglass Park, where he planned to stay with his friend.
Groups in support of the black and Palestinian social liberation movements joined in solidarity at the Dudley branch of the Boston Public Library Wednesday night, where speakers and participants engaged in dialogue about the similarities between the groups’ struggles.