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.

Internet reacts to unflattering Brady sketch

A court­room ren­dering of New Eng­land Patriots quar­ter­back Tom Brady received some unex­pected atten­tion online Wednesday. Here, law pro­fessor Daniel Medwed explains why these drawings—though not always flattering—are an impor­tant part of court proceedings.

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Underwater crustaceans could solve missing plane mystery

As author­i­ties con­tinue to debate the topic, marine sci­ence expert Brian Hel­muth explains how bar­na­cles on a recently dis­cov­ered frag­ment of an air­plane wing could help inves­ti­ga­tors deter­mine if the debris came from missing Malaysia Air­lines Flight 370.

Congressman praises Northeastern’s commitment to STEM education

U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III vis­ited campus on Wednesday to observe the university’s efforts to bol­ster interest and par­tic­i­pa­tion in sci­ence, tech­nology, engi­neering, and math education.

Student named to global END7 advisory board

Inter­na­tional affairs major David Obadina will help to struc­ture and imple­ment stu­dent engage­ment for END7, an inter­na­tional cam­paign that is focused on erad­i­cating seven neglected trop­ical dis­eases by 2020.

3Qs: Brady ‘Deflategate’ suspension upheld. What’s next?

The NFL on Tuesday upheld Patriots quar­ter­back Tom Brady’s four-​​game “Deflate­gate” sus­pen­sion. School of Law pro­fessor Roger Abrams talks about what could come next on the legal land­scape, and pre­dicts “the begin­ning of the end” of Roger Goodell’s tenure as NFL commissioner.

For women in sports, ‘inclusion is the name of the game’

Jus­tine Siegal, director of sports part­ner­ships at Northeastern’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society, says plenty of women have the skills to coach men’s pro­fes­sional sports teams. They just need the opportunity.

How communities can prep for ‘the big one’

The Pacific North­west report­edly could be dev­as­tated by a major earth­quake in the coming decades. But according to one North­eastern expert in com­mu­nity and infra­struc­ture resilience, no part of the U.S. is safe from nat­ural catastrophe.

Researchers find Massachusetts schools are improving food options

North­eastern asso­ciate pro­fessor Jes­sica Hoffman and a team of researchers exam­ined middle and high schools across the com­mon­wealth fol­lowing the imple­men­ta­tion of a statewide nutri­tion bill. Their encour­aging find­ings show the fea­si­bility of making sig­nif­i­cant improve­ments in the com­pet­i­tive foods and bev­er­ages avail­able in schools.

Tweets of the Week: July 13 to July 17

A spe­cial Husky-​​​​penguin rela­tion­ship, the start of new co-​​​​ops, and fac­ulty research are among our selec­tions for tweets from the North­eastern com­mu­nity this week. Just because. #North­eastern #husky­puppy #snug­gler pic​.twitter​.com/​o​R​z​F​b​D​U​a1Q — […]

Reading program connects students with timely books

Every year, a com­mittee com­prising stu­dents, fac­ulty, and staff chooses one thought-​​provoking book for the North­eastern com­mu­nity to read. But have you ever won­dered how the so-​​called First Pages book is selected?

3Qs: Women’s World Cup success is ‘inspiring a nation’

The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s vic­tory in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup is an expe­ri­ence the players and fans will not soon forget. We asked North­eastern women’s soccer head coach Tracey Leone, who has 29 inter­na­tional appear­ances under her belt, what it’s like playing for the red, white, and blue.

Alumna launches hockey league to provide new opportunities for female players

Rec­og­nizing that women’s hockey is stronger than ever, North­eastern alumna Dani Rylan, MS’12, founded the first-​​ever paid pro­fes­sional women’s hockey league in North America.

NASA competition boosts students’ passion for rockets

The North­eastern Uni­ver­sity chapter of the Amer­ican Insti­tute of Aero­nau­tics and Astro­nau­tics recently under­took its toughest mis­sion to date, and through it learned the power of teamwork.

Law professor on the Supreme Court ruling and what comes next

In a land­mark ruling for gay equality, the Supreme Court ruled on Friday that same-​​sex mar­riage should be legal in all 50 states. Here, School of Law pro­fessor Martha Davis offers insight into the deci­sion and what comes next.

3Qs: Supreme Court upholds healthcare law for second time

Matthews Dis­tin­guished Pro­fessor of Law Wendy Parmet dis­cusses the impli­ca­tions of the court’s ruling on Thursday that fed­eral sub­si­dies can be offered to sub­scribers to Pres­i­dent Obama’s health­care law, regard­less of whether the states in which they live have set up their own health insur­ance exchanges.

Swiss Mountains beckon physics student for dream co-​​op

Working at the Large Hadron Col­lider has been Nick DePorzio’s dream since his senior year in high school. In a couple weeks, that dream will become a reality when the physics stu­dent starts his co-​​op at CERN, which hosts the famous par­ticle collider.