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The Huntington News
The independent student newspaper of the Northeastern University community. Founded in 1926 as The Northeastern News, independent since 2008.
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The Huntington News 14h
“Everyone deserves the same human rights,” said Ariel Sussman, a spokesperson for Yes on 3. “If we show the rest of the country we are above hate and intolerance, the rest of the country should follow suit.”
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The Huntington News 16h
A small kitchen fire broke out on Sept. 17 in the apartment building at 10 Coventry St. No one was injured during the incident, but several students had to be temporarily relocated to International Village.
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The Huntington News Sep 23
“Our theme is healthy local food for all,” festival organizer and SBN board member Nicola Williams said. “We support all of New England, so each year we look forward to bringing in new people."
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The Huntington News Sep 23
Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Sept. 3 to Sept. 9.
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The Huntington News Sep 23
“It felt like a crime for us not to give back to this place that was so central to what made us into who we are right now,” said Seema, a second-year business administration major.
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The Huntington News Sep 22
“I felt pretty good about the actual scenes, the content of the scenes, the physicality of being on stage and interaction with the crowd,” said Michael Brown, a fourth-year mathematics and linguistics major.
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The Huntington News Sep 22
“If there is a reason you don’t care for cannabis or you think it’s bad, I’m telling you right now you don’t know enough about it," said Maggie Kinsella, press secretary of , the group that organized the event.
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The Huntington News Sep 21
“Between Riverside and Crazy” is an unpretentious and quintessential dark New York comedy that gives a glimpse into the hidden facets that make us human.
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The Huntington News Sep 21
“Boston Double Up Food Bucks provides an incentive for SNAP recipients to make fresh fruits and vegetables more affordable,” said Stephanie Voltaire, program manager for .
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The Huntington News Sep 21
"Being a student in 2018 means learning which side of history you want to be on — and then acting upon what you believe is right." Our editorial columnist this week writes about the redefinition of kindness both in and out of the classroom.
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The Huntington News Sep 21
Despite the university’s assurance that Boston’s Midtown Hotel would only be housing students for the spring 2018 semester, 36 incoming first-year students have checked into the accommodation for this fall.
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The Huntington News Sep 20
"Does the global community that Northeastern claims to cultivate exclude immigrant families beyond our borders?" Our editorial this week evaluates Northeastern's controversial relationship with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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The Huntington News Sep 20
“I think it takes off a lot of the pressure of running a 5k race,” said Tom Cairns, a fourth-year marine biology major. “People are just here to have fun.”
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The Huntington News Sep 20
“When I came to campus, it took me a couple months to get adjusted to the MBTA system...” said Nathan Hostert, a third-year political science major. “We thought this would be a great first step to making sure students feel connected to the city of Boston.”
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The Huntington News Sep 20
Question 3 on the ballot will ask voters whether they would like to keep a bill passed in 2016 protecting people from discrimination in public places based on their gender identity.
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The Huntington News Sep 17
At the opening of the new LIghtView Apartments () leasing office on Columbus Avenue Saturday, students had to tour a model apartment before they could join the festivities.
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The Huntington News Sep 15
“I really was not excited for at all until I saw how much they were hyping it up,” said Mollie Harmon, a second-year neuroscience major.
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The Huntington News Sep 12
Huskies! Do you want to be the Huntington News’ next managing editor? The application is open until Monday at 7 p.m. Apply here:
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The Huntington News Sep 7
We can't wait to see you all on Monday! New and returning members welcome.
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The Huntington News Aug 4
“I am an immigrant. I know what it is like to not feel welcomed," said third-year journalism major Michelle Faulkner. "To know that my university is helping an agency that does just that hurts me tremendously.”
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