Susan Gold says playing Pokémon Go has “expanded her world” and triggered her journey to discover much more about her neighborhood and the city of Boston. Here, Gold, professor of the practice in the game design program and founder of Global Game Jam, explains how Pokémon Go has “broken the mold” and predicts where the technology is headed.
Cauliflower is the new kale, and it’s the star of this summer recipe. With a little garlic, cilantro, and lime, this is a perfect summer side. And the secret is all in how you puree it.
In the second installment of our summer recipes series with Northeastern executive chef Tom Barton, we present a “simple to make” vinaigrette, which is featured at the university’s Café Crossing and can also be used as a marinade for chicken or fish.
Northeastern University Chief of Police Michael Davis has been a part of a range of efforts and initiatives at the national level examining law enforcement practices, particularly those involving race and policing.
Courtney, who was appointed dean of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business in 2012, has cultivated a pioneering entrepreneurial ecosystem, led the development of new graduate programs, and hired outstanding faculty. He will conclude his tenure as dean during the 2016–17 academic year, and will remain a tenured member of the faculty afterward.
Northeastern student and champion climber Josh Levin zipped through the opening round of American Ninja Warrior. Tonight, he’ll be on campus for a viewing party with the Northeastern community as NBC airs the show’s Los Angeles finals, in which Levin competed. Here, Levin, who’s won nearly 20 climbing national championships, describes how he aced the first American Ninja Warrior course.
We’re kicking off our summer recipes series from Northeastern executive chef Tom Barton with this delicious—and healthy—burger that is half beef, half mushrooms.
Grainge, who is chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group, was conferred the knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II for his accomplishments and leadership in the music industry.
Daniel Medwed, professor of law and an expert in wrongful convictions, examines the judge’s decision and discusses the legal implications of Syed being granted a new trial.
Inspired by an experience on a Dialogue of Civilizations program in 2014, a group of students examined whether there is inherent bias in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, which handles war crimes stemming from the conflicts in the Balkans in the early 1990s.
After youth participated in Boston’s summer jobs program, a greater number reported having job readiness skills, higher academic aspirations, and improved connections with their neighborhoods—with the largest gains in some areas among minority groups—according to a new report co-authored by Northeastern’s Alicia Sasser Modestino.
Aoun will be honored this week at the Academy of International Business conference for his contributions to international business education. He will also lead a panel discussion on globalizing education.