List of Northeastern University student organizations

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This is a list of student organizations at Northeastern University.

Ethnic and cultural organizations[edit]

  • Northeastern African Student Organization (NASO)
  • Arab Students Association (ArabSA)
  • Armenian Students Association
  • Asian Student Union
  • Barkada
  • Northeastern Black Student Association (NBSA)
  • Cape Verdean Student Association (CVSA)
  • Caribbean Students' Organization (CSO)
  • Chinese Culture and Conversation Connection (NU4C)
  • Chinese Student Association (CSA)
  • Cultural & Language Learning Society of NU (NUCALLS)
  • Deaf Club
  • Eurasia
  • Haitian Student Unity (HSU)
  • Hawaii Ohana at Northeastern University (HONU)
  • Hellenic Association
  • Hip Hop Culture Club
  • Indian Graduate Student Association NEU Sanskriti
  • Indonesian Student Association
  • Italian Culture Society
  • Japanese Culture Club
  • Korean American Student Assoc.
  • Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
  • Project NUR
  • Russian Speaking Students United
  • Saudi Arabian Student Organization (SASO)
  • South Asian Student Org. (UTSAV)
  • Students for Israel at Northeastern
  • Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)
  • Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)
  • Venezuelan Student Unity (VSU)

Political organizations[edit]

Special interest groups[edit]

Honor societies[edit]

Fraternities[edit]

Sororities[edit]

Professional Fraternities and Sororities[edit]

Student publications[edit]

Publications include the Huntington News (formerly the Northeastern News), the student magazine Woof Magazine, the political review "NU Political Review", the arts magazine Artistry, the music magazine Tastemakers, the university literary magazine Spectrum, the science magazine NUScience, the African-American cultural magazine Onyx, the faculty newspaper Northeastern Voice, conservative newspaper the Northeastern Patriot, and one of the few undergraduate economic research journals in the nation, ECONPress. The university also publishes their yearbook, the Cauldron.

Student media[edit]

The university runs FM radio station 104.9FM WRBB as well as online-television station NUTV. There is also a student-run record label, Green Line Records.[2]

Performing arts[edit]

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