Post Tagged with: "New York"

Columns, Opinion

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Column: Faces of New York, a.k.a. how I made a home here

قراءة هذه المقالة A house has a physical definition; a home has a spiritual one.
by × May 5, 2017 × 3 comments

Arts and entertainment

Play “New York” exposes impact of tragedy

Play “New York” exposes impact of tragedy

فوركس تي ان تي A teacher writes on an imaginary blackboard to her invisible students. She asks questions, but no one answers. At the end of the one-sided discussion, she is on the verge of tears.

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by × February 25, 2016 × 4 comments

Photo Galleries

Intercity graffiti battle puts artists to the test

Intercity graffiti battle puts artists to the test Artists from New York and Boston faced off in a 90-minute graffiti battle called Secret Walls on the night of Thursday, Nov. 19. New York left victorious over the Boston art team.

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by × December 2, 2015 × 1 comment


Bob Simon, “60 Minutes” alumnus, dead at 73

Bob Simon, “60 Minutes” alumnus, dead at 73

انقر فوق الموارد By Scotty Schenck, photo editor For over 40 years, Bob Simon had a voice that people could recognize instantly – deep and smooth. On Feb. 11, Simon was killed in a car crash at about 7 p.m. in New York City after his car veered into a pedestrian expansion, according to […]

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by × February 21, 2015 × 1 comment


Ebola hysteria carries weight

Ebola hysteria carries weight

تداول اسهم اليووووم Ebola hysteria has swept across the nation. It has taken over our news stations and papers, and is consuming the time of our president and politicians. Dominating social media and kitchen table conversation, it has Americans panicking at the thought of an outbreak.

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by × November 6, 2014 × 1 comment

campus, Featured Content

Climate March demands government action

Climate March demands government action Hundreds of thousands of concerned participants flooded the streets of New York to raise awareness of climate change and the need for reform during the largest event of its kind in history — The People’s Climate March. The march garnered a massive student turnout with many environmentally-oriented clubs from Northeastern making an appearance.

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by × September 25, 2014 × 3 comments

Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: Hit too close to home

آخر مشاركة بلوق Last week, I was in a beautiful event room in a beautiful Parisian hotel, telling newly accepted international students how picturesque and perfect Northeastern University is. I was telling them that as a Husky, I have an inherent and instinctive pride that fills me up every time I think about Boston and my university. خيار ثنائي الروبوت الفيديو
by × April 18, 2013 × 11 comments


Column: The bare minimum As a college student (and a journalist in general), the minimum wage is something that I am very familiar with. I have worked many minimum wage jobs, mostly in the restaurant industry, where the minimum wage for waitstaff lingers somewhere around $2.60 per hour. Don’t worry, I don’t spend it all in one place.

by × March 13, 2013 × 47 comments


Northeastern students organize storm relief

Northeastern students organize storm relief

انتقل إلى عنوان ورل Though Boston was largely spared by Hurricane Sandy, a number of Northeastern students with roots in the mid-Atlantic region are working hard to help people in areas severely damaged by the storm.

by × November 15, 2012 × 4 comments

Arts and entertainment

Column: The Real New York When I heard Tiffany “New York” Pollard of “Flavor of Love” and “I Love New York” was coming to Blackman Auditorium to talk about sex as part of Sex Week, I stopped everything I was doing, logged into myNEU and got myself a ticket. I was so excited. My brother […]

by × March 22, 2012 × 40 comments