Coloring book draws on diversity to empower young girls

Coloring book draws on diversity to empower young girls

Prior to entering Northeastern’s School of Law, Stephanie Tabashneck was struck by the absence of coloring books that depicted women of color in positions of power and decided to author her own.

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Logan Jackson E’16 named Rhodes Scholar

Logan Jackson E’16 named Rhodes Scholar

Logan Jackson E'16 is the first Northeastern student to receive the Rhodes Scholarship, one of the oldest and most celebrated international fellowships in the world.

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Social Impact Conference focuses on complex issues

Social Impact Conference focuses on complex issues

This event consisted of conversations and interactive workshops focused on responding to complex humanitarian crises, mapping networks and systems, collaborative problem solving and more.

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Care.com benefits added for employees

Care.com benefits added for employees

Northeastern faculty and staff can now enjoy the benefits of Care.com without paying the standard membership fee.

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Northeastern a member of National GEM Consortium

Northeastern a member of National GEM Consortium

GEM is a network of top universities, companies, government agencies, alumni, and faculty to connect students from underrepresented groups to graduate programs with financial support.

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ROUTES scholars present at Boston Public School fair

ROUTES scholars present at Boston Public School fair

ROUTES, or Research Opportunities for Undergraduate Training in Environmental Health Sciences aims to tip the scales by offering support and experience that will help students pursue further education and research careers in the environmental healthy field.

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Northeastern designated a social change maker by Ashoka U

Northeastern designated a social change maker by Ashoka U

In celebration of Northeastern being named a Social Changemaker by Ashoka U, the Social Impact Lab hosted Northeastern Changemaker Day on February 29, 2016.

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Alternative Spring Break 2016

Alternative Spring Break 2016

More than 180 Northeastern students traveled to 18 different locations across as part of the Center of Community Service’s Alternative Spring Break.

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‘Black Voices Project’ chronicles race, citizenship of African-​​American community

‘Black Voices Project’ chronicles race, citizenship of African-​​American community

Lola Akingbade, S’18, interviewed more than two dozen African-Americans in St. Louis this summer, looking to capture the city's mood in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown.

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Our diversity is not a zero-​​sum game

Our diversity is not a zero-​​sum game

Documentary filmmaker Yoruba Richen was the special guest at Thursday's "A Tribute to the Dream."

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Northeastern Crossing formally unveiled

Northeastern Crossing formally unveiled

North­eastern Crossing was for­mally unveiled at a ribbon-​​cutting cer­e­mony.

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Foundation Year students bring the gift of live storytelling to Northeastern

Foundation Year students bring the gift of live storytelling to Northeastern

A Northeastern program enabling Boston-based students to earn college credit in a supportive environment—who takes the stage this February morning in Curry Student Center’s afterHOURS

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