NCAA Changes: Who Gets a Say?

Big changes are afoot in the National Collegiate Athletic Association that some say give an unfair financial advantage to the so-called Big 5 athletic conferences. Northeastern athletics director Peter Roby was […]

Mock crisis, genuine learning

The nurse entered the dorm room to find a 21-year-old student in distress and a frantic roommate fighting the resident assistant about empty beer bottles on the floor. Police officers […]

The Power of the Public

Sara Wylie co-founded a lab, but it’s not confined by four walls. The Public Lab is an online collaborative community that develops and provides low-cost, open source, do-it-yourself tools for […]

The Bounty Hunter

He doesn’t look like your typical bounty hunter. There’s no badge, bulging biceps, or side arm. But if you haven’t paid what you owe, watch out. Jon Hichborn didn’t earn […]

Hearts in San Francisco

Bill Long and Stephanie Jones, both DMSB’08, were married in May at the Cliff House in San Francisco. Husky Nation was well represented: 18 Northeastern alumni and students attended. Surrounding […]

Alumni Events

The office of Alumni Relations hosts many events, ranging from regional alumni gatherings to our signature events like NU Family Day at Fenway and Northeastern Night at the Pops. See […]

Empower From Campus to Capital City

Northeastern’s Empower campaign continued its world tour, stopping in Washington, D.C., in October. Empower will touch down in Fort Myers, Florida, on Tuesday, March 3, and land in Dubai on Friday, March […]

Home Sweet Home

The ocean: We’ve plundered and polluted it. But with the majority of the world’s largest cities perched upon its shore, the question has become, can we learn to live in […]