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November 10 2015

Updated: Protestors blocking Green Line at Huntington Ave have moved on

Demonstrators from Northeastern were rallying on behalf of adjunct professors at the school, according to reports.

Protestors took their case to the tracks of the Green Line on Tuesday.

Protestors took their case to the tracks of the Green Line on Tuesday.

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Demonstrators who were blocking the Green Line at Huntington Ave. Tuesday afternoon have left the tracks, allowing E line service to resume, according to reports from multiple sources.

Reporters on Twitter identified the protestors as students from Northeastern University.

The MBTA reported Green Line E branch service had previously been suspended between Prudential and Heath Street in both directions.

The Huntington News, Northeastern's student media outlet, reported earlier that a student group called Empower Adjuncts Community Coalition had been rallying outside the office of NU President Joseph Aoun. 

The group's Facebook page includes this description: "Northeastern students, workers, and community members standing in solidarity with our adjunct professors as they fight for their voice at our university."

This story is developing.

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