In the first event in a yearlong educational series on “civic sustainability,” Northeastern faculty and administrators encouraged students to embrace their diversity across culture, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.
Northeastern’s Office of Housing and Residential Life pairs first-year roommates based in part on taste in music.
Alumni Richard D’Amore and Alan McKim gave $60 million to name the D’Amore-McKim School of Business placing them among the nation’s most generous donors.
Charlie Bame-Aldred, the public address announcer for Northeastern athletics, is known for shouting “Goooal Huskies!”
A major blizzard is bearing down on the Atlantic Coast. What better time, then, to brush up on proper shoveling technique? Lift heavy snow with your legs and keep the shovel close to your body, says Alycia Markowski, an associate clinical professor in the Department of Physical Therapy.
In a speech on Monday afternoon in the Fenway Center, President Joseph E. Aoun urged Northeastern students, faculty, and staff to embrace their diversity.
Learning how to control a new pair of arms would be like learning how to drive a car, says Christopher Hasson, a sensorimotor control expert and a newly appointed assistant professor in the department of physical therapy.
In a touching ceremony on Thursday afternoon in the Curry Student Center Ballroom, the former Northeastern president was remembered as a transformative leader, gifted speaker, and devoted father.
William “Mo” Cowan, a 1994 graduate of the School of Law, has been selected by Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts to replace U.S. Sen. John Kerry.
Media is the middleman between politicians and the people, says Shai Bazak, consul general of Israel to New England.
Lifting the military’s official ban on women in combat had been high on the agenda of many women’s advocacy groups, says Martha Davis, women’s rights expert and professor of law.
At Northeastern’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation, Newton Mayor Setti Warren urged people to set aside their differences and “embrace a new way of thinking.”