The Art of the Three

Hear From Some of the Best Sharpshooters in NU Basketball History By Josh Chaskes Shannon Todd shoots from three-point range off a handoff in the women’s basketball game against Boston University. Jordan Roland unloads from well behind the arc in the men’s matchup with Davidson. Bolden Brace steps back and launches a three from the…

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Second Sport

by Justin Chen  After finishing her fourth and final prolific ice hockey season amassing 101 points and leading the Huskies to back-to-back Hockey East championships, senior forward Kasidy Anderson did not decide to call her collegiate career quits. Instead, the Shaker Heights, Ohio native joined the field hockey team.  Having lost her hockey eligibility, Anderson…

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No Pressure

Pressure affects each person differently. We’ve all encountered it at some point or another in our lives. Many people panic and do things they’ll regret, but a select few are able to keep calm and move forward with aplomb. Pressure affects each person differently. We’ve all encountered it at some point or another…

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Three Seconds After: Goal Scoring Celebrations

by Madison Neuner In overtime at the 2019 Beanpot semifinal against Boston University, freshman forward Tyler Madden received the puck on a breakaway and made scoring look easy as he masterfully sent it to the back of the net. But he wasn’t done yet. Madden proceeded to slide on his back and make…

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For the Love of the Game: WHKY Alumni in the Pros

by Matt Levin When men’s ice hockey players graduate from Northeastern, the best go pro, either to the NHL or to foreign leagues. But what happens to all the amazing women’s hockey players who went to Northeastern? Well, many do the same. helsey Goldberg was a forward on Northeastern’s women’s team…

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“Campeon de Corazon”: Finding our Team in Argentina

by Lauren Feeney Ever seen a group of girls and thought they looked basic? Ever seen 20 girls walk out of an Argentinian market wearing patterned scarves around their necks and ponytails? Well, when they are 12 pesos, it’s a VSCO girl’s dream.

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Humans First

by Brian Shim When Samantha Shupe leaves the volleyball court, she doesn’t just walk off as an athlete. On the court, she’s a star, known by her teammates and her spectators as a top player. Beyond that, though, she’s just another student like the rest of us, anonymous among the herds that crowd outside Rebecca’s…

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Two-Footed

by Matt Levin Mikenna McManus, a junior defenseman on Northeastern’s women’s soccer team, has a unique talent that few other soccer players have. She is two-footed, meaning her feet are ambidextrous. Being two-footed gives McManus a huge advantage athletically. Opposing defenders do not know which way she will go when she is dribbling…

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Finding a Home

by Adam Doucette When you’re 6’9” it’s not always easy to stay lowkey on a college campus. Whether you like it or not, people notice you.   This is the case for Greg Eboigbodin, a third-year communications student at Northeastern University. His last name might not be the easiest to remember, but his height and infectious…

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The Kids Are Alright

One of the difficult realities of college sports is that any one team can never be built to last. With student-athletes graduating after four years, and some going pro even before that, roster turnover is never easy for any team, let alone one that just saw the graduation of its winningest class in program history. …

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