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Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Op-ed: Construction of pipelines will be disastrous

The members of the Husky Environmental Action Team (HEAT) believe these pipelines will lead to absolutely catastrophic environmental and ethical consequences.

by × January 26, 2017 × 6 comments

campus, Featured Content

Northeastern students volunteer at Standing Rock reservation

Northeastern students volunteer at Standing Rock reservation

Eleven students volunteered at Oceti Sakowin Camp to help Sioux tribe members protesting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

by × December 1, 2016 × 2 comments

Columns, Lifestyle

Column: Learning from Standing Rock

Column: Learning from Standing Rock

As other members of DivestNU that had journeyed out to Standing Rock and I were starting our 35-hour drive back to Boston, I was thinking about lessons and revelations I wanted to bring back to my friends and family. What dialogues should be taking place in our homes tonight to help water protectors in Standing Rock and Indigenous folks in general?

by × December 1, 2016 × 4 comments

Featured Content, Photo Galleries

The stars begin to fade at Oceti Sakowin Camp in the early morning of Saturday, Nov. 26. The temperature was around 16 degrees Fahrenheit before the sun rose.

NU students travel to Standing Rock

      Photos by Scotty Schenck

by × November 29, 2016 × 0 comments

Editorials, Opinion

Editorial: Native lives deserve our attention

Renee Davis was five months pregnant when she was fatally shot by King County sheriff’s deputies checking on her welfare Friday night, her foster sister, Danielle Bargala, told the Seattle Times.

by × October 27, 2016 × 1 comment

Editorials, Opinion

Editorial: Stand with Native Americans on Dakota Access Pipeline

Editorial: Stand with Native Americans on Dakota Access Pipeline

A federal judge temporarily halted construction Tuesday on some, but not all, of a $3.8 billion oil pipeline slated to pass through North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. The Dakota Access Pipeline has been met with resistance by Native American tribes who say they will be affected by the pipeline’s close proximity to their sacred sites and water supplies. The Standing Rock Sioux tribe took its complaint a step further, suing the federal agency responsible for the construction.

by × September 7, 2016 × 3 comments