Articles by: Ysabelle Kempe

Op-eds, Opinion, Sports

Head Coach Jim Madigan holds his hand to his face during the press conference after Northeaster's loss to Boston University.

Op-ed: A thank you from men’s hockey

Our team feeds off your passion for our program, and we are extremely appreciative of all of your support.

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Editorials, Opinion

New Title IX procedures are designed to protect survivors and encourage students to report cases of assault and harassment. / Graphic courtesy of the Northeastern Student Government Association

Editorial: All forms of discrimination must be addressed

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights lists laws that prohibit discrimination based on race, age and disability. Yet it’s Title IX that universities focus all of their transparency efforts and in doing so information about other injustices on campus slip through the cracks.

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Cartoons, Opinion

Cartoon: Everything is falling

Cartoon: Everything is falling

News illustration by Oriana Timsit.

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Parquet Courts performs on the Governors Ball Stage. / File photo by Zipporah Osei

Governors Ball returns to New York City

This year’s Governors Ball came to Randall’s Island Park in New York City on June 2 for its three day, seventh annual music festival. The festival opened with a range of shows to satisfy rap, rhythm and blues, pop and electronic dance music fans alike. The list of artists included Charli XCX, ScHoolboy Q, Michael Kiwankua, Majid Jordan and headliner, Chance the Rapper.

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Dozens of acts will perform at Governors Ball Music Festival June 2 through 4. / File photo by News Staff

2017 Governors Music Festival comes to New York City

New York City will host the seventh annual Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall’s Island Park June 2 through 4.

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Political Blog

Dissecting the DNC: Death to Democratic Identity Politics?

Dissecting the DNC: Death to Democratic Identity Politics?

Identity politics should be opened to include all groups.

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