A different kind of midterm

Col­lege stu­dents across the state still have time to pre­pare for an impor­tant midterm on Tuesday, say the leaders of Northeastern’s col­lege Democ­rats and Repub­li­cans stu­dent orga­ni­za­tions. But it’s not in the class­room. It’s in the voting booth.

Understanding Ferguson

An inter­dis­ci­pli­nary panel of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity pro­fes­sors con­vened on Wednesday night to dis­cuss the fac­tors that con­tributed to and arose from the shooting death of an unarmed teenager this summer in Fer­guson, Missouri.

Huskies climbing their way to the top

In its first year since forming, the North­eastern Climbing Team has taken the rock climbing com­mu­nity by storm, fin­ishing second in the 2014 national col­le­giate cham­pi­onships and helping to grow rock climbing on campus.

Employee benefits changes the focus at Faculty Senate

On Wednesday, university admin­is­tra­tors and fac­ulty mem­bers dis­cussed the planned changes for employees’ med­ical plan options and pledged to improve com­mu­ni­ca­tion in light of con­cerns that have arisen from the process.

A new tool in drug overdose prevention

Assis­tant pro­fessor of law and health sci­ences Leo Beletsky was tapped by the Bureau of Jus­tice Assis­tance to lend his exper­tise in devel­oping a new toolkit for law enforce­ment to help them pre­vent drug overdoses.

A weekend to remember

North­eastern cel­e­brated Parent and Family Weekend, as stu­dents, their fam­i­lies, and the rest of the uni­ver­sity com­mu­nity came together to expe­ri­ence a host of exciting campus events.

Hopeful Huskies pedaling toward championship

Alec Walecki and Ken­neth McNeill, two mem­bers of the North­eastern moun­tain biking club team, will com­pete at this weekend’s USA Cycling Col­le­giate Moun­tain Bike National Cham­pi­onships in North Carolina.

New research offers hope in treating sleeping sickness

The neglected trop­ical dis­ease affects tens of thou­sands of people and is mostly fatal. Now, new research co-​​authored by North­eastern chem­istry pro­fessor Michael Pol­lastri has iden­ti­fied hun­dreds of chem­ical com­pounds that could lead to a cure.

4 things we learned from Oliver Stone

The acclaimed film director and screen­writer was on campus Monday to screen part of his doc­u­men­tary series The Untold His­tory of the United States and dis­cuss the project with the North­eastern community.

On the Jewish media

Jour­nal­ists with a breadth of expe­ri­ence working in the Jewish media were at North­eastern on Monday night for the Morton E. Rud­erman Memo­rial Lec­ture to dis­cuss the state of Jewish media.

Boldly going where no robot has gone before

By devel­oping dynamic legged robots that emu­late animal move­ments, Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert, E’73, says machines will be able to reach new heights.