On Campus, Live!

Start Me Up  Students strutted their startups at Northeastern’s Entrepreneurship Expo, Nov. 20, 2014. One standout was a free, social game of photo comparisons that can be played with up […]

Bridging the Gap

Esther Chou, AS’08, celebrated her one-year anniversary as program manager at Global Citizen Year in San Francisco, and she can’t imagine it having gone any better.“We take students who are […]

The Power of Stories

When Karen Abdul-Malik, CJ’84, became aware of the National Association of Black Storytellers (NABS) in 1993, she “jumped in right away.” Today, as the recently inaugurated 14th president, she will […]

Empower Trendsetters Step Out

Last fall, the Northeastern community advanced students and scholarship at the College of Arts, Media and Design, and celebrated enterprising women.FROM DESK TO DAWNTwenty students and staff took to the […]

Ready All, Row!

In rowing, the oarsman in the seat closest to the stern is known as the stroke. More than a top-notch athlete, the stroke is a human metronome, the one who […]

A Heart Lives On

Merissa Cohen, AMD’10 (left), remembers her uncle, Jon Shevell, as a big, handsome teddy bear of a guy who’d do anything for anybody, be it a friend, family member, or […]

Charity Begins Here

When Rebecca Riccio talks, the Buffett family listens—at least when the topic is charitable giving. When multibillionaire Warren Buffett’s sister, Doris, decided to create a free online course about philanthropy, […]

A New Vacation Hot Spot

When Marta Skomin, E’14, took part in the College of Engineering’s inaugural Silicon Valley Spring Break program in 2012, she and her Northeastern classmates spent the week visiting three to […]

It Takes a Village

An architectural rendering shows Northeastern’s newest residence hall, East Village, a 17-story addition built off the back of the YMCA building on Huntington Avenue, with the facade facing Cullinane Hall […]