Vol. 7,  Issue 7
March 2014

Husky Tracks
1. Open your windows for fresh air! Just remember to close and lock them before you leave, as this provides easy entry for someone to break in.
2. Out with the old, in with the new? Ask your landlord about proper disposal of large items and recycle  whatever you can to help the environment!
3. Goodwill, Salvation Army and Boomerang's accept a variety of donations including clothing, accessories and household items.
4. Before going out on a roof deck, check these rules, your lease and with your landlord.
Still need an apartment for Sept!?
Outdoor Spring Clean-up
Spring's almost here! This means more time outside, but as the snow melts pesky hidden trash will emerge. Here's what you can do!
1. Volunteer for Neighbor to Neighbor clean-up on Sat, April 5 from 10 am - 2 pm! Join fellow students to help local residents with Spring clean-up in our neighborhoods. A great way to give back and enjoy the spring weather! FREE t-shirt!
2. Join a Sunday Breakfast Club at noon and get FREE breakfast!
Fenway: March 30 & April 13, meet @ corner of Forsyth & Hemenway
Mission Hill: March 16, 30 & April 13, meet @ corner of St. Alphonsus & Calumet
Email to RSVP or join us day-of!
Nominations are welcome from all residents, NU students and staff. Click HERE.
Deadline is March 13th.
st. patrick's day
 SPfunSt. Patrick's Day FUN!
You're in Boston- what better place to explore and partake in Irish traditions!
1. Irish Heritage Trail Explore more than 300 years of Irish-American history through 20 stops in Boston and surrounding neighborhoods.
2. Celebrate with the Celtics - Wear your green on Friday, March 14, and head to the TD Garden as the Celtics take on the Phoenix Suns.
Tickets as low as $17!
3. Fun Events See list of great events happening in Boston!
CALooking for a flexible job that gets you more involved on and off-campus!?

nuCAUSE Career Expo
March 13, 12-3 pm Cabot Cage
Want to meet non-profit & socially minded employers? Looking for an internship, co-op or full-time position? Network with a variety of organizations who want to hire NU students!
More information and other great events in March here!

SAFEnet Advisory 
With warm weather around the corner, Boston's cyclists will be out in full force. Consider these safety tips next time you hop on your bike!
Lock up your bike with a chain and U-lock. Most stolen bikes were only secured with a chain, don't become a victim!
Keep records of your bike's serial number, its description and cost. Save these in a safe spot.
Register your bike for $5 with NUPD at 716 Columbus Ave.
Wear reflective clothing at night to alert drivers.
Never lock your bike to handrails on building steps or ramps! Pedestrians need clear walkways.
In this Issue
SAFEnet Advisory - Bike Safety
Restaurant Week!
March 16-21 & 23-28
Enjoy great restaurants
without breaking the bank! Over 200 local restaurants participate in this local tradition, so you're sure to find one to satisfy your taste buds and wallet. 
More info! Follow on Twitter @RestoWeekBoston!
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New MBTA late-night service!   
Later this month you will be able to ride the T and take select bus routes until 3 am on Friday and Saturday nights! No more expensive cab fairs or walking home late at night. Trains are slated to run every 10 to 15 minutes and buses every 15 to 20 minutes. Read more.
Husky Athletics
Women's Hockey in the Hockey East Tournament!
NU vs. BU
 Saturday, March 8
@ 4:30 pm
Hyannis, MA
Medical Amnesty

When having a good time with your friends, we sometimes underestimate the effect that alcohol has on decision making. Some ways to keep out of harm's way include:
Plan a safe way to get home.
Remain cautious and be aware of your surroundings.
Look out for your friends and neighbors.
Call for help if you need it.
Medical Amnesty Policy
If you or a friend need medical attention, you can call for help without fear of an alcohol violation. You MUST stay with your friend. Learn more HERE. For questions, email or follow @OSCCR_NU on Twitter. 

Northeastern's biggest display of international food, music and events is here! Carnevale 2014: a passport to Northeastern, a passport to the World continues this month with great opportunities to broaden your horizons and meet fellow Huskies with diverse backgrounds and cultures. Full schedule here!
Ask a Roaming Husky
Dear Roaming Husky  
Dear Roaming Husky
My friends and I have found an apartment we're interested in, but we're confused by our lease. I'm not sure if terms in the lease conflict with other rules in the addendum. Can you help?
- Legally Confused
Dear Legally Confused,
We're happy to review the lease with you before you sign. It's important to understand all of the rules and expectations stipulated in your lease. Many landlords also include an addendum with additional rules beyond the lease. Schedule a time to discuss your lease with us and get your questions answered!
Your Roaming Husky
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