“Femmes Trouvés,” the new exhibit by Michael Ulman, a found-object sculptor who graduated from Northeastern in 2000, opens today and will be on display until April 24. An opening reception will be held on March 30 in the gallery.
The Northeastern men’s and women’s track and field teams open the 2016 outdoor season this week. We asked Cathrine Erickson, director of track and field and cross country, about her expectations for this year and the quest for regional supremacy.
Kendall Coyne, senior captain of the women’s hockey team, is one of the greatest collegiate players of all time. As her career at Northeastern nears its end, she and those who know her well reflect on her ascent to the top of the sport.
Alternative Spring Break, South by Southwest, and an alumnus in the Iditarod are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
We spoke with three students who are participating in Alternative Spring Break this week, working at an animal sanctuary in Utah, an organic farm in Puerto Rico, and for a nutrition services program in Georgia. In one-on-one interviews, they shared their experiences and why they are so passionate about volunteerism.
For students staying in Boston for spring break, we’ve compiled a list of fun activities to try during the week off as well as a rundown of what campus services will remain open.
Changemaker Day, a new artist at Green Line Records, and one student’s “cutting edge” way of trying to land an internship are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
The mayor of Ithaca, New York, last week, announced a plan to open sites where heroin users can safely inject the drug under medical supervision. Assistant professor Leo Beletsky thinks the idea isn’t that far-fetched, saying “We need innovative interventions because what we are doing is not working.”
Facebook users now have the capability to do more than just “like” a picture of their friend’s baby or a new recipe posted by their favorite food blog. Last week, the […]
Last week, Northeastern was named a “Changemaker Campus” by Ashoka U, a leading nonprofit organization that catalyzes social innovation in higher education. Student leaders in the university’s social impact ecosystem who are working to harness the community’s “changemaking” spirit will showcase their efforts today in the Curry Student Center.
America’s Test Kitchen creator Chris Kimball shared his experiences as a food media mogul as well as easy tips for how to be a better cook during the latest installment of “The Future of…” series.
Our 2016 Commencement speaker announcement, a “change maker” designation, and the curious case of Cy Young are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.