The Huntington News

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The Huntington News
Type Bi-Weekly newspaper soon[when?] to be weekly
Format Broadsheet
Founded Formed 1926
Independent 2008
Headquarters Boston, Massachusetts

The Huntington News is the independent student-run and operated newspaper of Northeastern University, a private research institution in Boston, Massachusetts.

For the 2016-2017 school year, the editorial staff consists of Olivia Arnold as Editor-In-Chief, James Duffy as Managing Editor, Paxtyn Merten as News Editor, Logan Meyer as Arts & Entertainment Editor, Jenna Ciccotelli as Sports Editor, Ryan Grewal as City Editor, Alex Melagrano as Photo Editor, and Rowan Walrath as Editorial Page Editor. [1]


Founded in 1926,[2] The Northeastern News was Northeastern University's student newspaper. As a recognized student group, The Northeastern News reached a weekly circulation of 10,000. The newspaper had been fiscally self-sufficient for years[3] and in July 2008, it was announced that The Northeastern News would go independent, forming a non-profit corporation,[4][unreliable source?] in the process changing their name to the The Huntington News.