Blog:  The Works

From Applying to Acing The Capitol Hill Internship

This guest post was written by Scar­lett Ho, a third year stu­dent majoring in Inter­na­tional Affairs and Polit­ical Sci­ence, with a minor in Law and Public Policy. For any Polit­ical Sci­ence major, […]

The power of leaving your comfort zone

Taking advan­tage of oppor­tu­ni­ties and being your­self were among the lessons Marcy Reed, pres­i­dent of National Grid Mass­a­chu­setts, shared with fellow women in engi­neering and tech­nology at the Women Who Inspire Engi­neering Lead­er­ship Recep­tion on Tuesday night.

Public art project confronts street harassment

The North­eastern com­mu­nity came together for wheat-​​pasting public art projects, a block party, and an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary panel dis­cus­sion cen­tered on Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s artist res­i­dency, which is focused on addressing street harass­ment of women and using art to pro­voke social change.

Take 5: Can’t-miss campus events in October

North­eastern has sev­eral exciting and engaging events planned this month. Here are five, which range from campus art and Huskies hockey to Big Data research and Pro­files in Innovation.

Students seek a range of opportunities at fall career fair

Northeastern’s Depart­ment of Career Devel­op­ment held its first career fair of the aca­d­emic year on Thursday, as more than 2,000 stu­dents sought co-​​ops and full-​​time job oppor­tu­ni­ties and net­worked with rep­re­sen­ta­tives from more than 260 companies.