An interdisciplinary group of five Northeastern faculty experts reacted to and examined last week’s terror attacks in Beirut and Paris at a panel discussion Tuesday night.
Social entrepreneur Anna Butler’s inspiration to found modzi began while on a Dialogue of Civilizations program in Zambia and continued during a self-developed co-op there.
Here is the third installment in our fall recipe series from campus executive chef Tom Barton.
U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III and President Aoun highlighted the impact of public service and service-learning on Monday at a conference hosted by Northeastern.
The Huskies are looking to capitalize on the momentum and experience of last year’s thrilling run to the CAA title and NCAA tournament as they enter the 2015–16 season, which begins tonight at crosstown rival Boston University.
Beth Stevens, BPH’93, discovered a key function of microglia, a lesser-known type of brain cell, that is prompting a shift in thinking about brain development in healthy states as well as in neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.
Throughout Northeastern’s School of Pharmacy, researchers are making progress in solving a range of pressing health challenges.
Law professor Margaret Burnham highlighted the groundbreaking work of Northeastern’s Civil Rights and Restorative Justice project on Friday morning at the Association for Black Culture Centers’ 25th annual conference in Boston.
A pair of Converse’s iconic Chuck Taylors is sold every 2.5 seconds. At Northeastern’s CEO Breakfast Forum, Jim Calhoun, the company’s president and CEO, discussed the sneaker and its significance in the company’s evolution.
Assistant professor Nick Beauchamp has brought science to the art of crafting persuasive text for things like advertisements and political talking points. A study found the algorithm he created generated persuasive text that shifted people’s opinions of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law.
Northeastern Dining executive chef Tom Barton recently dished up a delicious baked apple recipe. Here’s the next in our fall series, an autumnal twist on the classic comfort food with pumpkin seeds, roasted squash, and fresh figs.
There’s a growing trend of reviving classic TV shows. So why can’t we resist watching when our favorite shows, like X-Files, from years ago return to TV? “It’s like visiting with old friends,” says associate professor of media and screen studies Joanne Morreale.