Gay rights after gay marriage

In a panel dis­cus­sion on Wednesday, North­eastern fac­ulty and alumni reflected on the per­sonal, public, and polit­ical impli­ca­tions of same-​​sex mar­riage in America.

Gay Rights After Gay Marriage

The architecture of change

Build­ings are living organ­isms,” says world-​​renowned archi­tect Moshe Safdie, who dis­cussed his work on Wednesday at North­eastern. “As soon as you finish them, they’re bound to change.”

Conversations CAMD

The shape of things to come

On Monday after­noon, North­eastern cel­e­brated the soft-​​launch of its cutting-​​edge 3-​​D Printing Studio, which houses a full suite of 3-​​D fab­ri­ca­tion and mod­eling technologies.

Greg Allan, a third-year electrical engineering and physics dual major, examines 3D-printed items during the Open House at the new 3D Printing Lab in the Snell Library Digital Media Commons. Photo by Brooks Canaday.

3Qs: Who is American?

Rachel Rosen­bloom, an immi­gra­tion policy expert and asso­ciate pro­fessor of law, explains the short­com­ings of the immi­gra­tion enforce­ment system, which erro­neously deports scores of U.S. cit­i­zens each year.

Rachel Rosenbloom

Northeastern’s future starts now

At the annual State of the Uni­ver­sity event on Tuesday, Pres­i­dent Joseph E. Aoun chal­lenged stu­dents, fac­ulty, and staff to help shape Northeastern’s bright future by cap­i­tal­izing on its momentum.

2013 State of the University

The revolution will be televised

Chet Kanojia, a dig­ital media tech­nol­o­gist and North­eastern alumnus, dis­cussed his ground­breaking online TV plat­form Aereo on Monday night in the latest install­ment of the Pro­files in Inno­va­tion Pres­i­den­tial Speaker Series.

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