The Northeastern University Huskiiers and Outing Club is the outdoors club at Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts


We are your trusty Eboard members! If you have any questions about the club, feel free to email any of us!

President: Erika Pszota erika.pszota@gmail.com

Bio: Erika is a fifth year Econ major but would rather grow up to be a cat.  She was too busy to do this herself, but I’m happy to “write her boi” for her. She has a really hard time spelling, but knows a lot about gear. Her favorite activities at the loj include listening to other people tell people what to do and building sinks. You can catch her hiking, skiing, eating ice cream or just generally brightening other people’s days.


Loj Committee Chair: Nat Talbot  nuhoc.lcc@gmail.com or ntalbot.nat@gmail.com 


TreasurerJackson Lynch 

nuhoc.receipts@gmail.com or lynch.ja@husky.neu.edu

Bio: Jackson is a middler here at Northeastern studying civil engineering. He loves walking up steep hills with a full backpack for several days at a time, riding down snowy hills on a plank of wood, and doing anything else that gets him out into the fresh air. He used to not be able to do a handstand but has been steadily improving, and dreams of one day holding a handstand for 10 seconds.

VP Organization: Liz Gmoser


Bio: Liz is about to embrace the coveted title of “middler” here at Northeastern, and is studying mechanical engineering (surprise, surprise, another engineer in NUHOC!). You can usually find her running around the streets of Boston for “fun” (although why anyone would ever call running fun makes her question her own choices), baking up some delicious desserts that may or may not be used as bribery for friendships, whistling like a “1950’s dad”, or just finding any excuse to get outside. 


VP TripsGiuliana O’Connell



VP Publicity: Harrison Gill


Bio: Harrison is a soon-to-be 4th year studying mechanical engineering. His favorite outdoor activity is walking long distances for many days at a time, and this one time he almost hiked the whole Appalachian Trail (about 120 miles left). He is a huge supporter of the #bigmoutainlittlemountain movement, and embraces all forms of mediocrity. 


VP Communications: Gabi Hayes



Climbing Chair/Permanent SGA Rep: Meg Dalrymple dalrymple.m4@gmail.com

Bio: On May 8, 1996 the world was changed for the better. Margaret Riley Anne Dalrymple II was born. Through much trial and tribulation growing up in middle class suburban New Jersey, she persevered and was accepted to Northwestern University. In fall of 2014, she began her quest for knowledge in biology. During her sophomore year she was dragged to the luxurious Quincy Quarries to try going up things, Given the prime environment, she was instantly hooked on climbing. Her middler year she became the NUHOC climbing chair and has been ever since. She plans on dying in a freak accident at 69, but until then wants to do rad things outside.

Gear Guys:



Dylan Epstein dylanjepstein@gmail.com

Bio: Dylan is a fifth year Mechanical Engineer and veteran gear guy.

Bio: Mac is a second year Environmental science and Health science major. She spends her weekends more often than not at the loj, and enjoys skiing, hiking,  and shenanigans. If looking for her, just follow the loud, overly enthusiastic voice.