Utah Gov. Gary Herbert this week signed a new law that makes death by firing squad an alternative option for capital punishment. Northeastern law professor Michael Meltsner weighs in on the controversial law.
Northeastern’s baseball game at Friedman Diamond today marks Mike Glavine’s first home opener as manager of the red and black.
Lilly Stairs, AMD’15, used being diagnosed with two autoimmune diseases as inspiration to become an advocate for the 50 million other Americans with similar diagnoses.
Communication studies major John Erland, AMD’16, spent six months on co-op in Myanmar—which ended its military dictatorship in 2011—teaching citizens English and working on social issues.
Bill Coen is a veteran of the NCAA tournament. But on Thursday, he’ll make his first trip to the Big Dance as a head coach.
Graduate students recently met with Massport officials to present recommendations for strengthening infrastructure lifeline resilience at Logan International Airport. The proposals were developed as part of a new interdisciplinary course at Northeastern.
Few people look forward to being excused from a room. But for Northeastern Athletic Director Peter Roby, a member of the NCAA selection committee, it was a dream come true this weekend. It meant his Huskies were in the NCAA tournament.
Five mobile phone charging stations developed by Ryan Wright, E’09, are now at key locations around campus for the Northeastern community to try out and provide feedback on.
Men’s basketball, Young Global Leaders Conference, Relay For Life, and mentoring are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
The Northeastern community has flooded Twitter the past few days with excitement over the men’s basketball team securing its first NCAA tournament berth in 24 years. Here are some of the jubilant messages and photos.
Baroness Catherine Ashton, former first vice president of the European Commission, discussed her foreign relations experiences during her keynote address at Northeastern’s Global Leaders Forum last week.
In a new report released today, researchers at Northeastern’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy have found social equity must play an important role in communities’ commitment to walkable urban development.