The business of innovation

Fer­nando Suarez, the new Jean C. Tempel Pro­fessor of Entre­pre­neur­ship and Inno­va­tion in the D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness, wants to help grow the university’s rep­u­ta­tion within the inno­va­tion and entre­pre­neurial fields.

Student group works to raise awareness of homelessness

Northeastern’s Res­i­dent Stu­dent Asso­ci­a­tion is hosting pro­grams and activ­i­ties this week to raise greater aware­ness about home­less­ness in the Greater Boston area. Find out how you can get involved.

Summit addresses challenges of leading in a global marketplace

In a com­plex global mar­ket­place, cor­po­rate leaders are increas­ingly faced with the chal­lenge of leading without being phys­i­cally present. On Monday, aca­d­emic and industry leaders assem­bled at the D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness’ 2015 Global Lead­er­ship Summit to tackle the issue.

Northeastern students attend, reflect on pope’s visit

A del­e­ga­tion of 15 North­eastern stu­dents and staff trav­eled to Philadel­phia this weekend for the chance to see Pope Francis during his U.S. visit. Here, those stu­dents share a first-​​hand account of their trip.

The challenges and opportunities for women in politics

The three female polit­ical leaders who com­prised the panel for the fall semester’s first install­ment of the Women who Inspire Speaker Series, held Monday night in the Curry Stu­dent Center […]

Northeastern’s Beltway insiders

Over a recent six-​​day span, stu­dents, fac­ulty, and staff par­tic­i­pated in three sep­a­rate White House events that rec­og­nized con­tri­bu­tions made in the areas of net­work part­ner­ships, inter­faith ser­vice, and HIV and AIDS aware­ness advocacy.

Student campaign pushes to eliminate single-​​use plastic bottles on campus

A goal of “NU Day, Same Bottle” is to edu­cate stu­dents on how small changes to simple daily rou­tines can have a big impact on the envi­ron­ment, says the campaign’s cre­ator, Alec Stransky, SSH’18.

Students find treasures among ‘trash’

I’m so excited we have a Swiffer WetJet now” was just one of the many dec­la­ra­tions of suc­cess heard on Sunday at Northeastern’s annual Trash2Treasure sale. Here’s what other pre­mium items stu­dents found.

September’s can’t-miss campus events

As the new school year gets underway, North­eastern will be abuzz with campus events—from entre­pre­neurial oppor­tu­ni­ties to cooking demon­stra­tions and ath­letics events—that you won’t want to miss.

Men’s soccer is confident, expects to be one of CAA’s top teams

The men’s soccer team has proven pre­season prog­nos­ti­ca­tions wrong before. This year the Huskies look for more of the same, as head coach Brian Ain­scough and his squad have their sights set on a CAA cham­pi­onship and NCAA berth.

3Qs: The human rights impact of Hurricane Katrina

Beyond the phys­ical destruc­tion Hur­ri­cane Kat­rina caused along the Gulf Coast a decade ago, the storm ulti­mately led to wide­spread human rights vio­la­tions, according to Amnesty Inter­na­tional. Polit­ical sci­ence pro­fessor Thomas Vicino holds forth on the issues former Gulf Coast res­i­dents con­tinue to face today.

3Qs: Urban and coastal planning in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

A decade after Hur­ri­cane Kat­rina made land­fall in Louisiana, North­eastern pro­fessor Stephen Flynn exam­ines how the cat­a­strophic event vaulted our ability to recover from nat­ural dis­as­ters into a national priority.

3Qs: The Dow Jones’ wild Monday ride

The stock market index plum­meted more than 1,000 points moments after trading opened on Monday, and then dras­ti­cally fluc­tu­ated throughout the day. Finan­cial expert Jef­fery Born explains the cat­a­lyst for “Black Monday” and what it means for you.

With her food truck rolling, Northeastern alumna now eyes Miss Universe pageant

Kinesha Goldson, AMD’11, recently burst onto the Boston food truck scene with her French macrons served from an eye-​​catching pink van. Later this week, she’ll com­pete for a spot on a more global scale: Jamaica’s rep­re­sen­ta­tive in the 2015 Miss Uni­verse pageant.

In Italy, students get a history lesson in science

On a new Dia­logue of Civ­i­liza­tions pro­gram this summer, North­eastern stu­dents learned about the sur­prising influ­ences of the two most sig­nif­i­cant rev­o­lu­tions of sci­en­tific thought.

3Qs: Law professor remembers civil rights icon

Civil rights activist Julian Bond, who co-​​​​founded the Stu­dent Non­vi­o­lent Coor­di­nating Com­mittee and served as chairman of the NAACP for 22 years, died on Sat­urday at the age of 75. An […]

New White House drug program to help combat ‘national crisis’

North­eastern drug policy expert Leo Beletsky described the fed­eral government’s new Heroin Response Strategy, which looks to combat drug abuse through a public health approach, as a pos­i­tive devel­op­ment, but added that there is still more work to be done.

Sesame Street’ will be brought to you by the letters H, B, and O

The beloved children’s show will now share a channel with Game of Thrones and True Detec­tive. But com­mu­ni­ca­tion studies lec­turer Tim Ouil­lette says this move shouldn’t come as a surprise.