For the fourth and final installment of our fall recipe series, campus executive chef Tom Barton offers a delicious dish with a seasonal twist.
Today is #GivingTuesday, dubbed as a global day dedicated to giving back. Professor Patricia Illingworth says that while the day can greatly benefit charities, there are concerns with the unofficial holiday and that people should consider the impact of their charitable gifts.
The fall semester is winding down, but there are still plenty of exciting and educational events scheduled for this month, from the Winter Showdown with Michigan State to holiday celebrations and the annual gingerbread construction contest.
University photographers explored campus to document the beauty of Northeastern in the fall. Photos by Matthew Modoono and Adam Glanzman.
Students, faculty, and staff have organized a number of collection drives for toys, books, clothing, food, and toiletries to help people in need this holiday season. Here’s what you can do to contribute.
While thoughts of turkey feasts, quality time with loved ones, and backyard football are no doubt the priority this week, here’s a rundown of university services’ hours of operation in case they are needed.
Recipes from the Northeastern community. Messages of thankfulness. The history of Thanksgiving. International students experiencing the holiday for the first time. Here, we share all this and more.
For nearly 50 years, The Boston Phoenix, which ceased publication in 2013, was Boston’s alternative newspaper of record, the first word on social justice, politics, as well as the arts and music scene. Now, thanks to a gift from Phoenix owner Stephen Mindich, that work will be preserved for posterity in Snell Library’s Archives and Special Collections.
Christina Ferrara, E’16, is currently on co-op at Ocean Spray. From working to increase plant efficiency to taste tests in the lab, Ferrara has learned what life is like working for one of the largest grower-owned cooperatives in the world.
Three faculty members—Jonathan Kaufman, director of the School of Journalism, Shakir Mustafa, teaching professor of Arabic, and Heather Littlefield, associate teaching professor in linguistics—explain the differences among the names ISIS, ISIL, and Daesh and why they matter.
IDEA’s venture showcase highlighted the scope of Northeastern’s student– and alumni-led startups, from a micro-brewed coffee company to a customized backpack design business.
Serving on boards of directors can be both challenging and rewarding. But how do women go about being asked to join them? The experts who spoke at the latest event in the Women Who Inspire Speaker Series offered some answers.