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“The Patriots won and the mayor asked if the city could use our ducks to carry the team in the parade,” said Boston Duck Tours historian and safety officer James Healy. “And of course, we said yes.”
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Mike Puzzanghera Feb 16
New from : clinched the regular season Hockey East title with a 3-1 win over Providence Saturday. Aerin Frankel stopped 31 shots in net and Skylar Fontaine scored twice in the win.
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Scout Feb 16
Be sure to check out this AMAZING article that published about our “Fake It Till You Make It” Impostor Syndrome event we held last week! 💥 👇👇👇
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The Huntington News Feb 15
New: beat Vermont 4-1 Friday night to keep pace in Hockey East and in the Pairwise rankings. In John Picking's first game back from injury, he scored a goal and an assist. With photos by Albert Tamura
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Charlie Wolfson Feb 15
Covering the Huskies (of the ice) tonight as they host Vermont in a crucial Hockey East weekend. Next 7 games decides NU’s NCAA date. Stay tuned for updates
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The Huntington News Feb 14
Check out these Boston events happening now through Wednesday!
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The Huntington News Feb 13
Lukas Illion argues that the Swipe2Care program does little to make Northeastern's $3000-plus meal plans more affordable: it "allows Northeastern’s administration to push the burden of making meal plans more flexible and affordable onto students."
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Mike Puzzanghera Feb 12
Covering my fifth game in nine days tonight for . Women’s Beanpot consolation game just began between Northeastern and Boston College.
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The Huntington News Feb 12
Here's our full gallery from last night's Beanpot championship. Photos by Dylan Shen and Riley Robinson
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The Huntington News Feb 11
NEW: NU's seniors powered the team to a second straight Beanpot win, combining for three goals and three assists, and plenty of help that didn't show up in the box score, head coach Jim Madigan said. By and
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The Huntington News Feb 11
NEW: NU outlasted BC's furious rally down the stretch and held on for its second consecutive Beanpot championship, and sixth overall. Four players scored for the Huskies, capped by the Zach Solow empty-netter. Cayden Primeau stopped 33 of 35 shots.
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The Huntington News Feb 11
Four different players scored for : Austin Plevy, Lincoln Griffin, Patrick Schule and Zach Solow. Photo by Dylan Shen
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The Huntington News Feb 11
FINAL: NU beats BC, 4-2, to win its second consecutive Beanpot championship. Zach Solow buried an empty-netter to finish what was a suspenseful ending. More coverage coming
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The Huntington News Feb 11
“The last third-party candidate to win a single Electoral College vote was that racist George Wallace in 1968,” said Robin Parker, one of the protestors. “Schultz is no Wallace, but he’s on his way to becoming the next Jill Stein.”
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The Huntington News Feb 9
Columnist argues that the battle over the wall is less about money than about message. “This wall would prompt our children to ask who resides on the other side and why we’ve separated them.”
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The Huntington News Feb 9
Representatives of the Full-Time Faculty Union Organizing Committee argue in a letter to the editor that administrators need to allow a vote for unionization. “Northeastern must not become an outlier on the issue of faculty rights.”
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The Huntington News Feb 8
“I respect Howard Schultz as a businessman, and as a person,” said Patrick Breslin, an aircraft mechanic from Connecticut. “Would I vote for him? No."
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The Huntington News Feb 8
announces The News’ weekly Black History Month column: a celebration of a community that is an essential part of America’s past, present and future — a fulfillment of “a responsibility to make American history inclusive of our stories."
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The Huntington News Feb 8
writes that asking transgender people to serve in the military as their biological sex is almost as insulting as the transgender military ban itself. “That isn’t even a choice; it is a discriminatory insult to their identity.”
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The Huntington News Feb 8
“I used to commute all the way to South Boston for one of my co-ops and you could tell the summer from the winter," said Joshua Friedman, a graduate architecture student. "It was always abysmal during the winter."
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