Op-eds

Op-eds, Opinion

Op-ed: When my Faith met Birthright

Op-ed: When my Faith met Birthright

Going into Birthright, I felt a mixture of excitement and nervousness. Everyone always talks about how much they loved their trip and how awesome it was, calling it life-changing, but no one could ever give me a sound reason why they loved it so much. While the two days of travel weren’t great, I quickly learned that everyone I had talked to about Birthright was right.

by × October 25, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Letters to the Editor, Op-eds, Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Call for clean energy

Letter to the Editor: Call for clean energy

We, as a nation, need to face the facts that relying on fossil fuels is not forever, and that transitioning to renewable energy such as solar is a stable source of eternal energy.

by × October 19, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Letters to the Editor, Op-eds, Opinion

Letter to the Editor: The life of a student-athlete

Letter to the Editor: The life of a student-athlete

Although being a student-athlete comes with its challenges, I do not regret my choice of becoming a Northeastern swimmer.

by × October 11, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Op-eds, Opinion

Op-ed: Cinema’s last stand

Op-ed: Cinema’s last stand

Netflix. Hulu. Prime. HBO Go. Amazon Fire Stick. Chromecast. Movie theaters, cinemas and drive-ins are dying. Each new streaming entertainment service is another stab wound to the cinema industry.

by × October 5, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Op-eds, Opinion

Op-ed: You should join YAL

Now more than ever, there is a propensity toward the ideas of liberty, and it is so important that everyone hears it. As college students, we are on the battleground of ideas, where socialism is glorified. It is our role as young liberty-minded individuals to punch back and say that maybe we know how to live our lives better than the government.

by × September 21, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Letters to the Editor, Op-eds, Opinion

A panel of five past and present union members discussed Graduate Employees of Northeastern University's push to unionize.  / Photo by Brian Bae
A panel of five past and present union members discussed Graduate Employees of Northeastern University's push to unionize. / Photo by Brian Bae

Op-ed: Then They Came for Me: Why I’m Standing Now With the Graduate Student Union

Instead, I am mad because Northeastern has made me feel helpless, while before I felt safe.

by × September 14, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Letters to the Editor, Op-eds, Opinion

Op-ed: American Classroom program hurt by changes

Op-ed: American Classroom program hurt by changes

The CPS will be pushing its international students to learn significantly faster than native speakers to learn the same material.

by × April 20, 2017 × Comments are Disabled

Op-eds, Opinion

HOWL joins to march with Boston's Local 26 in front of the Prudential Center on Huntington Avenue.

Op-ed: Student groups support HOWL

Here are some of our coalition members’ reasons for supporting this campaign.

by × April 19, 2017 × 2 comments

Op-eds, Opinion

Photo courtesy JessT-R, Creative Commons

Op-ed: CAMD needs funds

Students in CAMD want a healthier relationship between students and administrators.

by × April 13, 2017 × 1 comment

Op-eds, Opinion

Members of DivestNU hold posters and hand out flyers outside the ISEC building as guests arrive. / Photo by Dylan Shen
Members of DivestNU hold posters and hand out flyers outside the ISEC building as guests arrive. / Photo by Dylan Shen

Op-ed: ISEC showcases Northeastern’s hypocrisy

The complex will help define and better serve Northeastern’s mission. It could also be flooded in 50 years.

by × April 6, 2017 × 1 comment