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Northeastern alumnus dives into film industry

Northeastern alumnus dives into film industry

Before graduating as a combined cinema studies and philosophy major in 2015, Northeastern University alumnus Jackson Hyland-Lipski had already worked on two Academy Award nominated films: 2014’s winner of Best Documentary (Short Subject), “Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1” and 2015 Best Documentary nominee, “What Happened, Miss Simone?”

by × March 17, 2016 × 602 comments

Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: Student reacts to tragedy in Paris

Letter: Student reacts to tragedy in Paris

They don’t know. Them, the vile, medieval terrorists, unjustly killing in the name of Islam. They don’t know better but to dare try and take away our liberty. They don’t know that we stand together, strong and tall. That we have long before them fought for our ideals, implemented our […]

by × November 19, 2015 × 8 comments

Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: Hit too close to home

Last week, I was in a beautiful event room in a beautiful Parisian hotel, telling newly accepted international students how picturesque and perfect Northeastern University is. I was telling them that as a Husky, I have an inherent and instinctive pride that fills me up every time I think about Boston and my university.

by × April 18, 2013 × 11 comments