In Fall 2016, Northeastern’s Open Classroom series will examine the U.S. presidential race from many different angles. Here are five reasons to attend.
How many students are moving into university housing this fall? How many hampers and ramps are deployed for move-in? Here are the answers, and other fun facts about campus move-in.
Ever wonder what it takes to get the campus ready for fall move-in? We did, and we learned just how much of a massive university-wide effort it takes. Here’s how the dedicated people here make it happen.
Through work with London’s transit system, professor Haris Koutsopoulos and a doctoral student are developing real-time predictive models to forecast the ebbs and flows of transit activity. The tools could aid transit operators with real-time system management and help commuters avoid crowded stations or trains.
InNUvate is a new program that the Entrepreneurs Club launching this fall in which students will develop a business or resource that benefits campus life.
Northeastern is one of only eight universities selected for the Department of Education’s “EQUIP” program, which is aimed at building unique partnerships that lead to innovation in higher education and preparing more Americans with the skills required for the 21st-century workforce.
French gymnast Samir Ait Said broke his leg at the Rio Olympics while vaulting during the men’s preliminaries. Associate professor Sandra Shefelbine explains why bones break as well as her research into how to prevent injury.
Strawberries and vinegar? It sounds unusual, but Northeastern executive chef Tom Barton says it’s a delicious dessert when you combine the right ratio of the two ingredients. (A little sugar helps, too.)
If you were using Facebook on a desktop last week, you may have noticed that your ad-blocking software was being blocked. That was a move by Facebook. We asked two Northeastern professors to explain how new strategies and technologies are changing the digital landscape for users, content providers, and advertisers.
We scoured campus yesterday to talk to people about how they were handling the hot, hazy, and humid conditions. Most were managing fine—and one even found what might be the perfect spot.
Hot, hazy, and humid. That’s the forecast for the next few days. With heat index values in the triple digits, the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Boston area. We asked John Wong, director of clinical services at University Health and Counseling Services, to offer some tips to keep cool and how to spot heat-related health issues early on.
In high school, Madi Murphy’s passion for music inspired her to launch a fan club dedicated to the Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men. At Northeastern, a co-op took her to Iceland where she worked for the band—and did so much more.