The deadline to register to vote in the Massachusetts presidential primary is Wednesday, Feb. 10. Not registered? We have you covered. Haley Havens, S’19, of Democracy Matters at Northeastern, helped put together a list of everything you need to know to register.
The Beanpot Tournament, a Northeastern student on Jeopardy!, and recognition for the university’s exceptional research are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
An examination of the future of dating, a speech by a Nobel Prize winner, and “New Orleans on Huntington Avenue” are just some of the events happening at Northeastern this month that you won’t want to miss.
Kate Laubscher, SSH’18, will appear on the famous quiz show tonight as Northeastern’s first-ever participant on the Jeopardy! College Championship.
In honor of the festival, the International Student and Scholar Institute has scheduled a number of fun and culturally diverse events this month. Here’s a rundown.
During her daylong visit to Northeastern on Thursday, Steinem met with a group of student leaders and activists to discuss her leadership role in the feminist movement as well as how they can organize and effect social change.
Professors’ research, The Future Of…, and a student in the Jeopardy! college tournament are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Northeastern University Chief of Police Michael Davis and Vice President for Student Affairs Madeleine Estabrook explained how their respective teams work to promote and influence safety for the Northeastern community at home and abroad.
References, just like your resumé and interview skills, are an integral part of landing your dream job. Here, Sabrina Woods, associate director of Northeastern’s career development office, provides some tips for making the most of your references.
Snow on campus, Northeastern’s Martin Luther King Jr. convocation, and #iheartcoop are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Members of the Northeastern community gathered Thursday night to discuss that question, particularly in terms of inclusion and diversity, as part of the “Conflict. Civility. Respect. Peace. Northeastern Reflects” educational series.
We’ve all seen them—and perhaps been them—that person meandering through campus, eyes fixed on their phone rather than enjoying the world around them. Mariya Shiyko, assistant professor of applied psychology, offers tips on helping you conquer your reliance on social media and technology.