Fourth-year communication studies major Christine Umeh, who has set her sights on carving out a media career in Nigeria, studied modern and traditional elements of African society while in Ghana.
“We Are The Kids,” communication studies major Natalie Dickinson’s blog, has amassed some 25,000 followers, the majority of whom are young people looking to break into the music industry.
After thousands of entries from young photographers across the country, Sony chose the talented Emily Tebbetts to be Taylor Swift’s photographer for a day.
Senior Nick Fei turned his internship with the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong into a contractor position planning a global business week.
Northeastern student Katie McCabe served as point-of-contact for English-speaking guests at a 5-star resort in Shanghai, China.
Listening to top officials from U.S. security firms discuss the cybersecurity threats facing the global community gave Elisabeth Fiumara an insider’s perspective on an emerging industry.
Voiceless, 2008 Silver Lake High School graduate Devin Rebello rallied outside the State House in solidarity with the state’s foster children facing an uncertain future.
“One Step Forward,” Joel Marsh’s short film shot in reverse about a whimsical young man who proposes to his girlfriend on a sunny afternoon in the park, won Best Film at the 2011 Boston 48 Hour Film Project.
Amina Temkin witnessed poverty on a Dialogue of Civilizations program to Kenya last year, but on co-op in Ecuador, she’s experiencing a much more personal account of what it means to be poor.
Jillian, along with the Northeastern University chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary encouraged students to donate five minutes, five hours or five dollars to improve the community.