Join your fellow Huskies at Blackman Auditorium for performances by the Nor’easters a cappella group and student-athletes that culminate with the premiere of a new music video sure to stir up Northeastern pride.
President Barack Obama will deliver his farewell address this evening in Chicago. We asked four Northeastern faculty members to reflect on how Obama will be remembered, with a particular focus on his impact on healthcare, human rights, and American culture.
Generate, the student-led product development studio, helps entrepreneurs in the Northeastern community advance their ventures by building prototypes based on their innovative ideas and concepts. “Our vision is to build, inspire, and educate the next generation of entrepreneurial product builders at Northeastern,” says Generate executive director Mina Iskarous.
Spring semester classes begin on Monday. Here are five tips to kick-start your return to the classroom, with insight from fellow students and co-op coordinators.
The start of the spring semester brings with it a number of must-see campus events, including a performance by Hamilton star Renée Elise Goldsberry, the annual Senior Career Conference, and a series on the global food system.
New faculty member J. Benjamin Hutchinson explores how our experiences from the past influence what we pay attention to in the present. His findings could contribute to our understanding of ADHD and other learning conditions as well as lead to strategies to help people stay focused when attending to a task.
Ben Anderson and Yin Wang, the co-founders of Amino, a mobile-based social service aimed at connecting users with niche interests, won’t rest until their product is in the hands of every single smartphone-wielding customer in the world. With the help of $19 million in recent funding, the startup just might achieve that goal.
Props to @Northeastern and @HarvardPublic_H for finding 22% of gun sales in last 2 years had no background check https://t.co/FylHILSpzp — Justin Evans (@justin_evans) January 5, 2017 At Northeastern, we are […]
The national survey, which was led by Northeastern professor Matthew Miller and his colleagues at Harvard, also found that the share of gun owners who acquired firearms via private sale in the past two years without background checks was significantly larger in states without laws regulating such purchases.
Legislation signed last month by President Barack Obama permanently extended federal authorities’ opportunity to pursue civil rights cold cases. Law professor Margaret Burnham says the reauthorization bill’s passage “makes it clear that this is a national priority.”
The latest legislative session is only hours old, but already wrought with controversy. Nicholas Beauchamp, an expert in U.S. politics, says this is only the beginning, and advises onlookers to keep an eye out for tension, discord, and the deployment of unconventional political tactics over the coming year.
In the second installment of our two-part series looking at some of the big stories primed to make headlines in the new year, Northeastern experts explain that Donald Trump will put “America first,” athlete-led social activism will heat up, and franchise reboots will take over your TV.