The women’s rowing team has set its sights on winning a third consecutive Colonial Athletic Association title this spring and improving its performance in the NCAA championship. We asked head coach Joe Wilhelm to talk about the Huskies’ preparation for the spring season and the team’s defining characteristics.
Northeastern’s opponent on Friday is North Dakota, which heads into the NCAA tournament with a record of 30–6–4, and nearly double the number of goals scored (142) than goals allowed […]
Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University It’s been well documented that the Huskies’ 2015–16 campaign has been a tale of two seasons. Northeastern started out with a record of 1–11–2, but […]
Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University The Huskies’ thrilling run to the NCAA tournament in Cincinnati marks a welcome return for Northeastern’s Jerry Keefe. Keefe, who is in his second season as […]
Northeastern got its first look at the U.S. Bank Arena rink during this afternoon’s practice, and then fielded questions from members of the media. We’ll have more content from those […]
The Huskies arrived at U.S. Bank Arena on Thursday for an early-afternoon practice. It’s almost time to hit the ice. Photos by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
OK, here’s a quick rundown: The men’s ice hockey NCAA tournament field consists of 16 teams from across the country. Tournament action begins on Friday, with games taking place in […]
(I’ve been waiting to write that for several days now…) Anyway, we’re here in the Queen City. The two-hour flight went smoothly, and the team is focused and loose. The guys […]
Northeastern is the hottest team in college hockey. The Huskies are winners of 13 straight games, unbeaten in 22 of its past 23 games (20–1–2), and fresh off a thrilling […]
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, the theatre department’s final production of the semester, opens Tuesday. Find out what’s in store for the audience. Hint: Lots of spelling and “an immersive theater experience.”
Members of the university community assembled Monday for a discussion about issues related to campus safety, including the university’s strategy to respond to a possible active-shooter situation on campus.
José Buscaglia, professor and chair of the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, has just returned from Havana as part of a Northeastern delegation that explored several potential academic and research partnerships in Cuba. Here, he examines President Obama’s trip there, which began Sunday, and how normalized relations may impact the two countries going forward.