If the outcome of the 2016 presidential election were based on newspaper endorsements, then Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump in a historic landslide. But Dan Kennedy, associate professor of journalism, doesn’t think that endorsements will have much sway over voters on Election Day, and says “such endorsements are more an expression of values than a genuine attempt to persuade voters to change their minds.”
Chuck Hillman practices what he preaches, applying his research findings to his personal life. When he’s not studying the relationship between physical activity and cognitive health, he’s biking, playing ice hockey, or lifting weights in his home gym.
October is OUTober at Northeastern—a monthlong series of events focusing on LGBTQA issues. Here’s what’s happening on campus.
The National Institutes of Health recognized Nikolai Slavov, assistant professor of bioengineering, with its New Innovator Award. On winning the award, Slavov said, “There is this momentum and enthusiasm for taking smart risks among both the faculty and students at Northeastern—asking big questions and doing whatever is required to contribute to their resolution.”
Do you think you have what it takes to solve the word puzzles on the popular game show? Well now’s your chance to prove it. Auditions for Wheel of Fortune will be held on campus Tuesday, exclusively for Northeastern students, faculty, and staff, as the show wraps up its Boston tour.
In a global political environment that can feel daunting at times, Matthew Barzun, U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, advocated for more openness, more bridge-building, and more understanding during a visit to Northeastern on Thursday evening.
As a kid, Geena Huh liked to visit her father’s neuroscience lab, an experience that piqued her interest in medicine. Now she’s a first-year pharmacy student at Northeastern. She chose the university for its co-op program, which will afford her the opportunity to work in the health field before enrolling in medical school.
Sun shining on the @Northeastern Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex! #goodmorning #goldenfacade pic.twitter.com/M6VQHpFTNI — Payette (@payettepeople) October 6, 2016 @Northeastern grad students develop @LifestoneTech all-in-one health/vital signs tracker https://t.co/39JuI0Qaxj @BosBizJournal @BOSBIZJess […]
Tonight, actress and Boston native Diane Guerrero—perhaps best known for her roles in Orange is the New Black and Jane the Virgin—will discuss her personal experience as the child of Colombian immigrants who were deported when she was a teenager. The discussion is part of the university’s recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month.
In recent weeks, lost-and-found locations have seen an upswing in lost items being turned in, including cellphones, chargers, clothes, and flash drives. Here, we explain how lost-and-found works on campus and dole out some tips for helping you reclaim your lost stuff.
University Distinguished Professor Albert-László Barabási brings his expertise at modeling complex networks to an interdisciplinary research group focused on ending coronary heart disease.
Today’s health fair and flu clinic in the Curry Student Center is the perfect opportunity to take stock of your health, with free flu shots, Zumba and yoga classes, health screenings, and wellness information available throughout the day.