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Campus

Who was John D. O’Bryant?

Who was John D. O’Bryant?

John D. O’Bryant, the namesake of Northeastern’s African-American Institute, was a trailblazing politician and educator.

Campus

Crime Log: Monday, Feb. 12 — Sunday, Feb. 18

Crime Log: Monday, Feb. 12 — Sunday, Feb. 18

Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Monday, Feb. 12 to Sunday, Feb. 18.

Campus

City planner urges transit equity through community engagement

City planner urges transit equity through community engagement

NU Archives led a discussion on the Silver Line, established when organizers fought for “equal or better” transportation.

 

City

Cupid’s Undie Run draws hundreds at Fenway Park

Cupid’s Undie Run draws hundreds at Fenway Park

The annual run raises money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation for Research, which researches neurofibromatosis.

City

NU students help plan Boston March for Our Lives

NU students help plan Boston March for Our Lives

Some Northeastern students have roots in Parkland, Florida, where a Feb. 14 high school shooting killed 17.

City

Mission Hill hardware store reopens months after shooting

Mission Hill hardware store reopens months after shooting

AC Hardware on Tremont Street reopened six months after the loss of its beloved owner Andres “Cholo” Cruz.

 

Sports

Northeastern wraps up two-seed in CAA Tournament, on “Begley Night”

Northeastern wraps up two-seed in CAA Tournament, on “Begley Night”

It was senior night at Matthews Arena Thursday as Northeastern honored its lone fourth-year player, Devon Begley. It was a pair of second-years, though, that left the biggest marks on the scoreboard that rested at 80-75, Northeastern, at night’s end.

Sports

Northeastern baseball season starts strong

Northeastern baseball season starts strong

The Huskies fetched their first victory of the season this weekend in Fort Myers, Florida, finishing their three-game series against Creighton University with a 2-1 record.

Sports

Huskies sweep UVM, secure home ice in HEA quarterfinals

Huskies sweep UVM, secure home ice in HEA quarterfinals

The weekend sweep over the University of Vermont puts the Huskies in line to finish from first to third in the Hockey East.

 

Lifestyle

Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 28

Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 28

Our event calendar from Thursday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 28 highlights events in and around Boston that you do not want to miss.

Lifestyle

Ryan Drew, second from left, faces the crowd as he delivers a heartfelt performance. / Photo by Evelyn Bleed

Distilled Harmony advances to ICCA Semifinals

NU groups Treble on Huntington, Distilled Harmony and The Unisons all placed in the top three at their respective quarterfinals.

Lifestyle

Distilled Harmony hosts a cappella concert

Distilled Harmony hosts a cappella concert

Northeastern’s Pitch, Please! and groups from Boston University and Lesley University also performed at the concert.

 

Opinion

Editorial: Students, colleges must fight to end mass shootings

Editorial: Students, colleges must fight to end mass shootings

It has become our responsibility to fight against the mass shooting crisis. We must take action.

Opinion

Photo Courtesy/news@Northeastern/Brooks Canaday

Op-Ed: N.U.in students need to be integrated onto campus

When N.U.in students arrive to campus, administration does very little to help them find their bearings on campus.

Opinion

Column: Campus activism excludes anonymous students

Column: Campus activism excludes anonymous students

Both student groups and administration need to provide activism opportunities for students who need to remain anonymous.