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Red Light Special

By Tim Croes The Red Line may not be as accessible to Northeastern University students as the Green Line and the Orange Line, but it has many amenities to offer. The easiest way to switch aboard the Red Line is to take either the Green Line to Park Street or […]

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Rallies not needed at NU

The Northeastern Progressive Student Alliance (NUPSA) which is showing its support in the “justice for janitors” cause is not seeing the big picture. While many students continue to support a cause which on the surface seems to be a noble one, they still are missing the point. During President Richard […]

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Pour some sugar on me

By Kat Noel How did you feel the first time you heard the bass dropped in a song and an artist just flowed with rhymes from the top of their head? Where were you when you heard that perfect verse over a tight beat? The real question is: when did […]

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Pass the microphone

Every year the president of Northeastern University, along with administrators and the chair of the faculty senate, addresses the campus community. This year was no different. President Richard Freeland, Larry Mucciolo, Ahmed Abdelal and Robert Lowndes commented on the progress that the university has made in the U.S World News […]

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An assassination on pop music

By April Eve Jasak So have you had your fair share of Britney Spears’ singles? Do you want to say “Bye Bye Bye” to all the boy bands like N’SYNC? You need a band that actually composes their own music, plays their own instruments and writes lyrics you can truly […]

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Non-natives can vote

We’re young and apathetic. Our generation’s motto might as well be “whatever.” The government doesn’t care about our concerns. We’re misunderstood. We don’t vote. It’s no secret who votes in this country. The more educated, higher income, middle-aged, and older Americans drag themselves to the polls on the first Tuesday […]

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I’ve Seen It All

By Lauren Rouleau Today, I will be reunited with some friends I haven’t seen in several weeks. Three red-heads come to mind. One of them is married to a Cuban band leader and owner of the Tropicana night-club. I’ve known his wife since the sixth grade, and it was difficult […]

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Freeland must step up

In “In Defense Of American Higher Education” (Altbach, Gumport, Johnstone, 2001) there is an article titled “Academic Change and Presidential Leadership,” written by Northeastern’s President Richard Freeland. He writes of the need for universities to be receptive to change, and to manage that change effectively. Freeland studies the factors that […]

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Hammered gets high on life, low on booze

By Mohammed Abdulla Underage drinking and parties are quite common throughout many colleges within the United States. Even Northeastern students have been known to go out, get drunk and party. Now, a new organization formed by students dares to say, ‘Get Hammered’. However, it is not what you might think. […]

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Doggy-Style

BROOKLINE – If all had gone according to plan on Saturday afternoon, the Northeastern cheerleaders would’ve held their banner high, proud, and firm as the 10th-ranked Husky football team triumphantly blasted through the thin paper wall and out onto the field. What occurred, however, was a sign of things to […]

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