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Chinese Student Association hosts “What’s the Buzz at Buzzfeed” Panel
Jen Ruggirello and Steven Lim of Buzzfeed laugh as they discuss their identities as Asian Americans in the media industry. / Photo by Ashley Wong

Chinese Student Association hosts “What’s the Buzz at Buzzfeed” Panel

Jen Ruggirello and Steven Lim of Buzzfeed spoke about their experiences as Asian-Americans in the media industry.

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Lifestyle, Multimedia, Photo Galleries

Ryan Drew, second from left, faces the crowd as he delivers a heartfelt performance. / Photo by Evelyn Bleed
Distilled Harmony members perform at MIT's Kresge Auditorium Sunday afternoon. / 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.

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City

NU students help plan Boston March for Our Lives
Students from the Teens for Gun Reform organization march in Washington, D.C. following the Parkland shooting./ Photo courtesy Lorie Shaull

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.

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City

Mission Hill hardware store reopens months after shooting
The family-owned AC Hardware store is located on Tremont Street close to many college campuses making it popular among students./ Photo by Brian Bae

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.

by × February 21, 2018 × 1 comment

Lifestyle

‘Your Name’ opens Boston Japanese film festival
Attendees view the “Kawaii - Vacanies” painting in Takashi Murakami’s “Lineage of Eccentrics” exhibit. / Photo by Kiana Jones

‘Your Name’ opens Boston Japanese film festival

The Boston Festival of Films from Japan, or BFFJ, will run until Feb. 28 and will feature several other known Japanese films.

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Lifestyle, Reviews

Review: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ is good for laughs, bad for plot
The “Fifty Shades Freed” advance screening was shown at the AMC Loews Boston Common 19. / File photo by Riley Robinson.

Review: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ is good for laughs, bad for plot

If Stetson West Eatery’s recent porn viewing wasn’t enough for you, “Fifty Shades Freed” is playing in theaters nationwide.

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City

Boston Winter Walk aims to raise awareness of homelessness
Walkers took to the streets to help expose the hardships homeless people face during winter in Boston. / Photo by Jake Wang

Boston Winter Walk aims to raise awareness of homelessness

Sunday marked the second installation of this annual event. Purposely held in February – New England’s coldest month of the year – the walk aims to expose the hardships of those who are left to survive the brutally cold winter on the streets of Boston.

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Featured Content, Sports

Northeastern wins first Beanpot since 1988
Players converged on Cayden Primeau just after 10 p.m. Monday when Northeastern won its first Beanpot in 30 years. / Photo by Alex Melagrano

Northeastern wins first Beanpot since 1988

Adam Gaudette scored a hat trick. Cayden Primeau finished off a 75-77 Beanpot performance. The Huskies won the tournament after a 30-year wait.

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Sports

BU stands between Northeastern and ending Beanpot drought
Northeastern will face its cross-town rival, Boston University, in a bid to end their 30-year Beanpot title drought. The other three Beanpot teams have each won it within the last three years. / File photo by Riley Robinson

BU stands between Northeastern and ending Beanpot drought

The 66th Beanpot final is set to be a dogfight between the Northeastern Huskies, who will attempt to vanquish a 30-year championship drought, and the Boston University Terriers.

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Sports

Primeau adds to impressive first season with Beanpot shutout
First-year netminder Cayden Primeau stopped each of the 37 shots he faced Monday, propelling his Huskies to the Beanpot final. / Photo by Riley Robinson

Primeau adds to impressive first season with Beanpot shutout

First-year goalie Cayden Primeau stopped all 37 shots he faced, propelling the Huskies to the Beanpot final.

by × February 5, 2018 × 1 comment