3Qs: The word on Ebola

Susan Mello, an assis­tant pro­fessor of com­mu­ni­ca­tion studies in Northeastern’s Col­lege of Arts, Media and Design who studies the inter­sec­tion of health com­mu­ni­ca­tion and risk per­cep­tion, dis­cusses the media cov­erage of the Ebola out­break, dis­cusses media cov­erage of the Ebola out­break, public per­cep­tion, and whether relent­less cov­erage could spawn an “infodemic.”

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President Joseph E. Aoun addresses the Faculty Senate
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3Qs: The art of the shutout

The women’s soccer team has amassed an NCAA-​​leading 11 shutouts in just 14 matches this season, outscoring oppo­nents 22–3 en route to a ster­ling 9–3-2 record. Goal­keeper Paige Bur­nett attrib­utes the number-​​defying suc­cess to supe­rior team defense.

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Raibert’s talk, “Dynamic Robots: Mobility, Agility, and Speed,” will reveal how he cre­ates inno­v­a­tive and func­tional robots inspired by the grace, swift­ness, and nat­ural move­ments of ani­mals.   Don’t miss this exciting discussion […]

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Shall we dance?

Jenny LaPierre, CIS’18, dances with Austin Fer­nandez, S’17, of the band Turtle Power during a con­cert Tuesday after­noon on the Snell Library Quad. Photo by Matthew Modoono

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