The Brotherhood of Basketball

Here’s what you need to know about Quincy (left) and Sajon Ford. They are only the second set of brothers to ever play on a Northeastern basketball team. They’re unfailingly […]

A Super Job

Elijah Harris had to work during the Super Bowl last February. But don’t feel too sorry for him. His job was at the Super Bowl, where, as a member of […]

Preserving Predators

“I tell people that I’m not afraid of sharks, I’m afraid for sharks,” says Eva Hayes, S’16. That’s because a quarter of the world’s sharks are endangered, according to the […]

Co-op Students Aid Mission To Mars

What self-respecting mechanical engineering student who grew up on a diet of Star Wars movies wouldn’t want this on the resumé: I worked on the Mars Rover 2020. Four Northeastern […]

Meet the New Dean

Elizabeth Hudson became the new dean of the College of Arts, Media and Design on July 20. A leader and accomplished scholar, she comes to Northeastern from the New Zealand […]

A Powerful Lens

Byron Hurt, AS’93, is an award-winning triple threat—a writer, director, and producer of six documentaries that have targeted controversial aspects of black culture, from soul food health problems to troublesome […]

Commencement 2015

Near the end of his Commencement address, David Muir, anchor of ABC’s flagship evening news program, held up his smartphone and launched the live broadcasting app Periscope. “You’re on live! […]

Leaving His Marks

This previously naked campus wall was recently “Aérosoled,” festooned with original work by world-renowned street artist Jef Aérosol (below). Here, Edgar Allan Poe shares a pot of tea with blues […]