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.
Northeastern professor and food policy expert Chris Bosso says there are honest arguments on each side of the debate over whether to label foods as having genetically modified ingredients. But he notes the new bill, signed into law last week, is “a poor solution to a complex problem.”
Earlier this year Northeastern students contributed to a massive initiative focused on improving Wikipedia’s science content. As their professor puts it, “It’s very motivating but also terrifying to know that you’re contributing to something that so many people will see.”
For the fourth installment of our summer recipe series, Northeastern executive chef Tom Barton shares a burger with more than a dozen ingredients—but none of them are beef.
People are more likely to delegate decisions when faced with choices that affect others than when those decisions only affect themselves, according to new research by a Northeastern business professor.
The 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week marks the fifth consecutive convention that professors Michael Dukakis and Dan Urman have attended together. Here’s how it began, with the moments they’ve shared along the way.
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.