What can be done?

The groundbreaking study on human trafficking in the U.S. led by Amy Farrell, associate professor of criminology at Northeastern, in collaboration with the Washington, D.C.-based Urban Institute, offers these recommendations […]

Boston Chronicler

For nearly 50 years, The Boston Phoenix was Boston’s alternative newspaper of record, the first word on social justice, politics, as well as the arts and music scene. Its intrepid […]

Staying Close

For Carl Gustafson, BHD’87, many personal and professional paths converge on Huntington Avenue. It’s where he met his wife, Nicoletta, MS’89, and found his life’s passion. A lifelong bodybuilder and […]

We Celebrate

This past fall in Boston, Northeastern thanked parents, alumni, students, and friends who have stepped forward to advance scholarship and research. FAMILY FELLOWS RECEPTION Seventy-five families comprise the Family Fellows […]

We Connect

Northeastern held events in Boston that drew leaders from business, politics, finance, and other fields, and recognized their support for the Empower campaign’s top priorities: students, faculty, and innovation in […]

Group-think

Despite current trends, collaboration isn’t always the best way to get things done, according to new research by political science professor David Lazer. His research found that collaboration improves efficiency […]

In the News

“The next chapter in the SJC’s [Supreme Judicial Court’s] history of law reform may very well involve its leadership in showing the entire country how to best grapple with the […]