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Campus

Society of Professional Journalists chapter opens at Northeastern

Society of Professional Journalists chapter opens at Northeastern

The new chapter of the national journalism organization seeks to bring together journalism students and supporters of the press.

Campus

Crime Log: Monday, Feb. 5 — Sunday, Feb. 11

Crime Log: Monday, Feb. 5 — Sunday, Feb. 11

Crimes reported to the Northeastern University Police Department from Monday, Feb. 5 to Sunday, Feb. 11.

Campus

Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King talks local change

Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King talks local change

Shaun King spoke to Northeastern students about his four-part plan for effective local activism in Blackman Auditorium Friday.

 

City

Devendra Shivraj and Dominic Yamarone created a robotic pet called Scout. / Photo by Riley Robinson

Gallery: Students create projects at HackBeanpot

HackBeanpot, an annual hackathon for Boston students, took place this weekend at Genuine in the South End.

City

NU students innovate at HackBeanpot

NU students innovate at HackBeanpot

Throughout the course of HackBeanpot’s 40 hours, around 150 students showed up and 10 prizes were given out.

City

Chinatown receives long-awaited public library

Chinatown receives long-awaited public library

Chinatown’s original public library on Tyler Street was torn down more than 60 years ago; there hasn’t been a public library since.

 

Sports

NU star point guard suffers injury in 79-61 win over Towson

NU star point guard suffers injury in 79-61 win over Towson

Third-year guard Jess Genco shoots a jumpshot. / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce

Sports

Pusica beats the buzzer and gives NU a crucial, dramatic CAA win

Pusica beats the buzzer and gives NU a crucial, dramatic CAA win

“Just another boring CAA finish,” head coach Bill Coen deadpanned.

Sports

Northeastern women’s hockey falls short of Harvard 4-3 in Beanpot consolation game

Northeastern women’s hockey falls short of Harvard 4-3 in Beanpot consolation game

Northeastern finished fourth in the women’s Beanpot tournament for the first time since 2015, a frustrating and disappointing loss for the Huskies. The team’s win percentage has now dropped below .500 for the season.

 

Lifestyle

Paul Maschhoff, an NU alum, lifts Erica Dunn, the Ballroom Dance Club's treasurer, as they dance together. / Photo courtesy Tucker Spencer-Wallace

NU Ballroom Dance Club and Office of Global Studies host 1920’s speakeasy themed swing dance night

Northeastern University’s Ballroom Dance Club hosted a 1920s speakeasy themed swing dance Friday night at the Curry Student Center Ballroom. The event, which attracted an estimated hundred attendees, included beginner East Coast Swing lessons, followed by general dancing, a mocktail bar and a photo booth.

Lifestyle

BØRNS performed at a sold-out House of Blues  on Sunday, Feb. 11. / Photo by Riley Robinson

BØRNS delivers sold-out show at the House of Blues

BØRNS, electro-alternative star behind hits like “10,000 Emerald Pools,” “Electric Love” and “Sweet Dreams,” performed at the House of Blues on Sunday, Feb. 11.

Lifestyle

Photo courtesy Creative Commons.

Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 15 – Wednesday, Feb. 21

Our event calendar from Thursday, Feb. 15 – Wednesday, Feb. 21 highlight events in and around Boston that you do not want to miss.

 

Opinion

Editorial: Boston posters for ‘SMILF’ deserve to stay

Editorial: Boston posters for ‘SMILF’ deserve to stay

City Councilor Ed Flynn does not have the right to tell the “SMILF” creator that her South Boston experience is invalid.

Opinion

Column: SGA referenda burst NU ‘liberal bubble’

Column: SGA referenda burst NU ‘liberal bubble’

The most debated question was from Students for Justice in Palestine calling for Northeastern to boycott HP products.

Opinion

Op-Ed: Renew U.S. temporary protected status for Haitians

Op-Ed: Renew U.S. temporary protected status for Haitians

The U.S. government should not abandon its protection of Haitians; instead, it should grant them a long-term extension.