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Campus

Campus political groups encourage students to vote

Campus political groups encourage students to vote

Northeastern’s partisan political groups find common ground on voter registration.

Campus

Protest asks NU to make voluntary payments

Protest asks NU to make voluntary payments

Students from Boston Public Schools come to Northeastern’s campus to demonstrate, urging the university to make PILOT payments.

Campus

Crime Log: Monday, October 8 – Saturday, October 14

Crime Log: Monday, October 8 – Saturday, October 14

Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Monday, October 8 to Saturday, October 14.

 

City

New housing development will provide affordable homes in Cambridge

New housing development will provide affordable homes in Cambridge

A growing population and need for low-income housing prompt creation of affordable housing development in Cambridge which will guarantee units to households at lower income levels.

City

Marriott hotel employees on strike for better wages and benefits

Marriott hotel employees on strike for better wages and benefits

By Rhyia Bibby, news correspondent More than 1,500 employees of Marriott International have been on strike in Boston since Oct. 3 to fight for higher pay and better benefits as part of a nationwide demonstration against the hotel group. Employees from seven Boston Marriott hotel brands, including the Aloft Boston […]

City

A central signpost within the HUBWeek complex directs attendees to exhibits around City Hall Plaza. / Photo by Dylan Shen

HUBweek welcomes innovators from around the world

Boston brought together innovators from around the world to attend HUBweek, an event centered around arts, technology and science that was founded in 2014.

 

Sports

Rookie gets early CAA recognition

Rookie gets early CAA recognition

Almost as abruptly as Boyd’s volleyball career began, it seemed to end. In eighth grade, Boyd had a bout of mono, putting her in the hospital for two months. While her friends participated in end-of-middle-school festivities, half of Boyd’s hair fell out and she lost 40 pounds. Having led an active life, she said it was devastating to spend six months on bedrest.

Sports

Men’s soccer comes out of the past week with even record

Men’s soccer comes out of the past week with even record

The Huskies’ seniors, midfielder Kevin Carvalho, midfielder Chris Flores, midfielder Gerardo Milano, defender Martin Nygaard, defender Moustapha Samb and forward/midfielder Harry Swartz, were each presented with a framed jersey as they made their way out to midfield. The seniors posed for a picture with the coaching staff and their escorting family members. The commentator read a recap of each of the seniors’ Husky careers and included defining moments for each player.

Sports

Women’s Hockey splits weekend series with Colgate

Women’s Hockey splits weekend series with Colgate

“I think the biggest thing today was that we got quality secondary scoring. We depended a lot on our powerplay and our first line in the first couple of games of the season, but it was really nice to see a lot of other players chipping in and getting involved in the offense here tonight,” Carpentino said.

 

Lifestyle

Cambridge Food Truck Festival showcases variety of tastes

Cambridge Food Truck Festival showcases variety of tastes

Central Square was full of Massachusetts residents and speciality food trucks last weekend as customers flocked to the Cambridge Food Truck Festival.

Lifestyle

Gorillaz show benefits of collaboration at TD Garden

Gorillaz show benefits of collaboration at TD Garden

Gorillaz performed at TD Garden Oct. 14 with a variety of featured guests. They performed new material, as well as a song that hasn’t been done live since 2010.

Lifestyle

Q&A: Kip Berman goes solo for new EP

Q&A: Kip Berman goes solo for new EP

Musician Kip Berman talks with Pierre Karam about new music, working solo and his creative process.

 

Opinion

Editorial: We need to vote

Editorial: We need to vote

We at The News not only encourage you to vote, but we believe it is your responsibility to do so. When Nov. 6 comes, if you will not vote for the country or for yourself, do it for those who cannot.

Opinion

Column: We will not “whiten up”

Column: We will not “whiten up”

Systems of racial and social control erected in modern politics and American culture reflect ingrained institutional racism that continues to fester. Minorities in America face the consequences while our white counterparts reap the benefits.

Opinion

An open letter to Aoun about voting

An open letter to Aoun about voting

Establishing a university holiday on election day would ease voting for the entire body of students, faculty and staff, and encourage those who are less engaged.