Articles by: Morgan Lloyd

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The view from a satellite from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, shows the winter storm over Boston.
The view from a satellite from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, shows the winter storm over Boston. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Winter cyclone hits Boston with floods and snow

A blizzard hit the Northeast United States Jan. 4, affecting Northeastern students in Boston and elsewhere.

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Candidates for governor speak at College Democrats
Setti Warren, one of the three Democratic candidates for governor, speaks to the Northeastern College Democrats. / Photo by Albert Tamura

Candidates for governor speak at College Democrats

Two Democratic candidates for Massachusetts governor harshly criticized the state’s politics while discussing new solutions to fix economic inequality and social issues in an event held by Northeastern University College Democrats Saturday night.

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The Northeastern
A team of Northeastern engineers was one of 10 finalists in the International Atomic Energy Agency's international robotics challenge. / Photo by Albert Tamura

Northeastern team finals in international robotics challenge

A team of Northeastern students traveled to Brisbane, Australia, to compete in the final rounds of an international robotics challenge Nov. 20 to 24. Northeastern’s team was one of 10 finalists and was the only team from the United States to qualify.

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The NEU Too campaign kicked off at Thursday midnight as students covertly covered the campus in promotional posters./ Photo by Riley Robinson
The NEU Too campaign kicked off at Thursday midnight as students covertly covered the campus in promotional posters./ Photo by Riley Robinson

[UPDATED] Midnight campaign criticizes administration for sexual assault response

Students walked the deserted hallways and quads of Northeastern Thursday midnight, taping signs to poster boards, windows, bathroom walls and benches for their campaign to hold the administration accountable for how it handles campus sexual assault.

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myNortheastern gets mixed response after Monday launch
A student logs on to the new myNortheastern website. / Photo illustration by Patrick Burgard

myNortheastern gets mixed response after Monday launch

The university launched a new online portal, myNortheastern, to replace the myNEU portal on Monday following months of development.

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University not to consider fossil fuel divestment in financial strategy
Faculty members discuss divestment and the financial strength of the university at a Faculty Senate meeting Wednesday. / Photo by Morgan Lloyd

University not to consider fossil fuel divestment in financial strategy

Northeastern is not currently considering divestment from offshore funds that invest in fossil fuels, a Northeastern treasurer announced at Wednesday’s Faculty Senate meeting.

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Free speech rally draws dozens, leads to three arrests
Counter-protesters stand against the Rally for the Republic, a free-speech rally, in Boston Common. / Photo by Riley Robinson

Free speech rally draws dozens, leads to three arrests

Dozens of protesters and around 100 counter-protesters gathered on Boston Common Saturday for the Rally for the Republic, an event held in support of free speech that resulted in three arrests.

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Students receive prestigious scholarship nominations
Alex Velto, a fifth-year criminal justice and psychology combined major was one of several graduating students to be nominated for prestigious scholarships./ Photo by Riley Robinson

Students receive prestigious scholarship nominations

After an exhausting month-long application process and years of hard work in their fields, 10 Northeastern senior undergraduate students were rewarded with nominations to prestigious graduate school scholarships.

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Dining hall erroneously broadcasts pornography
Pornographic footage played in the dining hall at least twice./ Photo by Dylan Shen

Dining hall erroneously broadcasts pornography

Northeastern students eating at the Stetson West Dining Hall were surprised by the sexually explicit content broadcasted on the dining hall’s TV screens Oct. 19 and 22, a sharp departure from the usual mundane programming.

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