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Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced last week more than 10,000 housing units have been built since 2015 as part of a housing initiative to support Boston’s growth.
The fifth annual Academic Honors Convocation will honor both students and faculty in Blackman Auditorium on Thursday, April 23 at 3 p.m. Below is a comprehensive list of award winners. Berhard M. Gordon (’07’) will receive the Presidential Medallion. Gordon is one of the university’s leading benefactors and his recent $10 million […]
Photos of the student body from around Northeastern’s campus, games and community events.
Many college students have heard the term “Sunday Funday,” but now Faneuil Hall is giving it a meaning you can tell your parents. Every Sunday in the month of September, Faneuil Hall Marketplace will host a variety of performers from local colleges in a series of free events geared toward students. The performances will take place from 12 – 4 p.m., and will include music, theatre and improv groups.
With the close of the fall semester quickly approaching and the timetable for co-op interviews coming to a halt, there are few things more important than looking the part this season – which happens to be the first step in exceeding an employers expectations. Boston stands as “The #1 Worst Dressed City in America” according to GQ Magazine So what is the issue? Well, let’s look at the obvious reasons – Men.
I never thought something could distract me from a weekend of celebrating a World Series championship win. I was proven wrong last week when I saw the news, watching the various shenanigans students got into after Koji Uehara threw that final strike.
The Student Government Association’s (SGA) full-body senate meeting on Nov. 5 was brief, just 28 minutes. An amendment to extend representation within SGA to undeclared students was approved unanimously.
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In a society where everything can be found on the Internet at the click of the mouse, publishing an online newspaper is no new feat. However, the launch of BostonGlobe.com, an online subscription-based version of The Boston Globe, demonstrates a new direction and a new revenue source for online journalism.