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The Huntington News Nov 20
“I thought I was never going to find a job or end up going to college,” said Shiv Kumar Thakur, a second-year chemical engineering student. “It was hard. But in the beginning, everything is hard.”
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The Huntington News Nov 19
Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Nov. 5 to Nov. 11.
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The Huntington News Nov 18
"Lee discussed the reality of being told by other Koreans that she is not good at speaking the language. “The best thing about being a woman of color at age 50 is that I just don’t give a [expletive],” Lee said."
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The Huntington News Nov 18
"The rights and civil liberties of already marginalized groups of Americans are disparately affected. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that efforts to progress are intersectional — everyone needs to have a seat at the table."
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The Huntington News Nov 17
“I didn’t even know wifi existed. Walking into America was like walking into a completely different planet,” said Shiv Kumar Thakur, a second-year chemical engineering major.
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The Huntington News Nov 17
“Don’t dink around,” Fey said. “If you want to do something or you want to live somewhere, just go.”
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The Huntington News Nov 16
"Funny and visually stimulating, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” explores the complex nature of friendships and what it means to be someone’s best (or only) friend."
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The Huntington News Nov 16
Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Nov. 5 to Nov. 11.
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The Huntington News Nov 15
The goal of the game is to highlight the inequality between the victims and the beneficiaries of gentrification, said Tory Bullock, director of the Gentrification Game.
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The Huntington News Nov 14
Join us at our Panera Bread fundraiser on Huntington Ave. from 4-7 p.m.! Show this flyer when you purchase.
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The Huntington News Nov 14
"At the national level we’re seeing such a void in leadership, and the United States is becoming lagards not leaders,” said Jennie Stephens, a professor of sustainability science and policy at Northeastern.
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The Huntington News Nov 13
Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Monday, Oct. 29 to Nov. 4.
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The Huntington News Nov 13
“Not only does this program provide mentorship and support, but it will prepare students for success in the biotech force," said Bria Hernandez, a third-year biochemistry major. "I am so grateful and excited for the future outcome of this grant."
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The Huntington News Nov 11
“I fit everywhere, but I don’t really belong everywhere,” said Jason Chen, a bilingual Taiwanese-American YouTuber. “In China I’m known as the ‘American YouTuber’ but in the US I’m known as the ‘Chinese YouTuber.’”
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The Huntington News Nov 10
"Illuminus aims to give artists a platform to share their work within the public realm. The artists were on-site during the festival, answering questions for curious spectators."
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The Huntington News Nov 9
“As a vegan, I felt like a kid on Christmas morning in a building surrounded by all natural plant-based foods and hundreds of people who avidly support sustainable, healthy eating habits," said Cameron Barone, a second-year English major.
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The Huntington News Nov 9
“You have to build consciousness in individuals but you also really have to support the policy that creates the big action,” said Joan Fitzgerald, Northeastern public policy and urban affairs professor.
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The Huntington News Nov 9
“We have to include more women and people of color in life sciences and STEM fields, and this scholarship will enable 500 students to benefit from it,” said Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, a co-chair of the state’s STEM Council.
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The Huntington News Nov 8
Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Oct. 29 to Nov. 4.
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The Huntington News Nov 8
"The coordinators emphasized they brought Lee to campus because his conversation would help create a space for dialogue in the Asian-American community. His workshop was a rare opportunity for many students to learn from a famous professional dancer."
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