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Columns, Opinion

Column: Campus activism excludes anonymous students
Protestors and counter protestors gather outside of the JFK building over a single mother's deportation. / Photo by Alex Melangrano.

Column: Campus activism excludes anonymous students

Both student groups and administration need to provide activism opportunities for students who need to remain anonymous.

by × February 21, 2018 × 0 comments

Columns, Lifestyle

Column: Poutine’s popularity proves calories are just a number
Originating from Quebec, Canada, poutine is a dish of French fries and cheese curds topped with warm gravy. / Photo by Allie Kuo

Column: Poutine’s popularity proves calories are just a number

Whether it’s to warm you up on a chilly day or to fulfill a craving for something greasy and delicious, there’s always an excuse to indulge in some poutine.

by × February 11, 2018 × 0 comments

Columns, Opinion

One year after the election of President Donald J. Trump, students have mixed feelings about his time in office./ Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore, Creative Commons
Trump has been criticized for his divisive speech. / Photo courtesy Gage Skidmore, Creative Commons

Column: How Trump’s rhetoric has embedded itself into American culture

In the past year, “fake news” has become something else entirely. It has become a slang term used in casual, everyday conversation and on social media.

by × January 31, 2018 × 0 comments

Columns, Opinion

Column: What’s the ‘experiential learning’ equivalent for professors?
A door in Ryder Hall, the CAMD building. / Photo by Jasmine Heyward.

Column: What’s the ‘experiential learning’ equivalent for professors?

Northeastern loves “experiential learning.” So why don’t we demand that of our professors?

by × January 18, 2018 × 0 comments

Columns, Sports

Column: Celtics are the real deal
Boston's Kyrie Irving attempts to sneak a shot past his former teammate, Cleveland Cavalier Derrick Rose. Photo courtesy Erik Drost, Creative Commons

Column: Celtics are the real deal

Going on a tear of 16 straight wins and ranking up to the league’s best defense wasn’t exactly what the analysts were predicting after the nightmare start to the league. Not even the Boston faithful could’ve imagined such a start.

by × November 29, 2017 × 0 comments

Columns, Sports

Column: NHL observations six weeks in
Columnist Charlie Wolfson argues the Tampa Bay Lightning, whose home arena is shown here, rightfully generated buzz this offseason and is shaping up to be hockey's hottest contender.

Column: NHL observations six weeks in

We’re almost six weeks into the 2017-18 NHL season, and it’s time to take stock of what we’ve learned from the 18 or so games each team played thus far.

by × November 15, 2017 × 0 comments

Columns, Sports

Astros at Orioles 7/22/17
The Houston Astros celebrate a victory against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on July 22, 2017. Photo courtesy Keith Allison, Creative Commons.

Column: The Astros won it all. What can we learn from how they used their budget?

It’s a worthwhile exercise, not for the assignment or subtraction of glory, but because of the need to understand how teams do and should spend their money in today’s cash-flooded MLB.

by × November 8, 2017 × 0 comments

Columns, Lifestyle

The winter films worth watching
Photo by Dylan Shen

The winter films worth watching

Though the year experienced a dip in box office performance so far, there are still plenty of awesome movies to look forward to in the coming winter months.

by × November 1, 2017 × 0 comments

Columns, Sports

Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles June 15, 2013

Column: MLB’s tale of two cities

The League Championship round is in full swing, and the four teams remaining are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston: the four largest media markets in the United States.

by × October 19, 2017 × 0 comments

Columns, Sports

Column: In an NHL flooded with young stars, Sidney Crosby still reigns supreme
Sidney Crosby poses with the Stanley Cup during the Pittsburgh Penguins' 2016 victory parade. Photo courtesy Joey Gannon, Creative Commons

Column: In an NHL flooded with young stars, Sidney Crosby still reigns supreme

Crosby has been doing something incredible for over a decade now, and he’s shown no signs of slowing down. He’s the closest thing this era has had to a Gretzky or a Lemieux.

by × October 11, 2017 × 0 comments