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Welcome back, students!

It’s that time of year again– the shorts go to storage and the boots come out, and thousands of Northeastern students return to campus for another semester full of classes, co-op, extracurriculars, and of course, sandwiches from Rebecca’s (has anyone seen the lines there lately? It’s almost criminal!). Speaking of criminal, world-renowned scholar and Brudnick […]

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Barbara Gottschalk: Practitioner in Residence

October 24-28, 2011 The Northeastern University Humanities Center’s Artists and Practitioners in Residence Program presented Barbara Gottschalk, co-founder of Seeds of Peace, for a week of panel discussions, forums, and workshops. Bobbie was a panelist in the “Identity Development through Play,” “Skill Building for Facilitating Dialogue and Conflict Resolution,” and “Issues of Immigration in Today’s […]

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New Research Essay by Jack Levin

The Invisible Hate Crime The Miller-McCune March-April 2011 Hate crimes against people with disabilities are widespread and often involve extraordinary levels of sadism. Unlike racially and religiously motivated offenses, attacks against people with disabilities tend to be committed not by strangers but, more often, by family members, neighbors, employees and friends who may also be […]

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Congratulations to Brudnick Center Research Assistants!

Maya Genovesi and Abby Huhtala Spring 2011 Undergraduate student, Maya Genovesi is the 2011 Outstanding Student Research Award winner in the Social Sciences, Business and Law category, at the Research & Scholarship Expo. Her research is on “Fascination with Serial Murder: The Impact of the Killer’s Body Count and Torture”. Link to Maya’s Research: http://www.northeastern.edu/expo/view_abstracts/abstract.php?sid=1823 […]

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First Blog Entry

For more than 35 years, working with magazines like Rolling Stone, newspapers like The New York Times and websites like MSNBC, Roger Black has been developing ways to communicate content more effectively. Recently he completed redesigns of Scientific American (both print and online), and is consulting on the design of MIT’s Technology Review website. His […]

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