Some Northeastern students will be working when many others will be spending time with friends and family. Shauna Sullivan, BHS’16, and Elizabeth Howland, BHS’17, are two.
Here are five gym-free workout tips to help you build a fitter physique, with insight from Rui Li, an associate clinical professor who studies training strategies for fitness and sport performance.
We surveyed the campus community, asking a handful of students to tell us what gifts they plan to give and receive this holiday season. The responses ran the gamut, covering everything from clothes and electronics to handmade paintings, dream catchers, and orange candy canes.
Final exams begin on Friday, with students using Reading Day to prepare. We canvassed the campus community, asking a handful of them to discuss their favorite places to crack open their books.
Final exams for fall classes begin on Friday. Here are five study tips to help you prepare, with insight from Beth Britt, an undergraduate student advisor and associate professor of English.
You might be able to get away with having a typo on your resumé, but you’ll never land your dream job if you flunk the in-person interview. Here are a few tips for job interview success, with insight from employers and career counselors.
Locking up your credit card, baking your holiday gifts, and splitting the cost for Netflix with your friends are among the tips personal finance planning expert Coleen Pantalone has for students.
Students, faculty, and staff have organized a number of collection drives for toys, books, clothing, food, and toiletries to help people in need this holiday season. Here’s what you can do to contribute.
“I try to start each day thinking about what I can do in support or advancement of my family, my friends, my colleagues, and the university,” says Lisa Sinclair.
Annika Morgan, DMSB’16, didn’t plan on becoming the new face of Northeastern’s thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem. But here she is, the inaugural Altschuler-Meyer CEO of IDEA, the university’s student-run venture accelerator.
Former U.S. Rep. Barney Frank and retired federal judge Nancy Gertner discussed during last week’s Myra Kraft Open Classroom lecture the ramifications of the U.S. Supreme Court between 1953 and 1969, when Earl Warren served as chief justice.
Maggy Benson, S’06, might not have become the face of a popular television-style program at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History had it not been for Northeastern’s co-op program