Russia this week played a leading role in the conversation about the U.S. presidential race, from its alleged role in hacking Democratic National Committee emails to Donald Trump’s comments that he hoped the country had successfully hacked Hillary Clinton’s email. We asked Ryan Maness, an expert in Russian foreign policy and international cyberconflict and security, to examine what this could mean for the dynamic between the two nations.
Northeastern’s renowned Career Development department was recognized for its work meeting students’ needs in career services and job preparation. The university received the No. 1 Global Career Services Satisfaction Award at the inaugural Future Talent Summit in Stockholm last month.
Northeastern’s new residence hall, data science research, and co-op love are among our selection of tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Accusations of plagiarism against Melania Trump following her speech at the Republican National Convention on Monday have raised questions about the line between borrowing and cribbing someone else’s words. We asked former speechwriter Greg Goodale, associate professor at Northeastern, when a speech crosses that line and whether Trump did.
A recognized leader in sustainability practices, education, and research, Northeastern will take an innovative additional step to address the global challenge of climate change.
Faculty research, Husky 101 Orientation, and a patriotic Husky are among our selections of tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Professor Mary Thompson-Jones knows the intricacies of diplomacy operations, with more than two decades of experience in foreign policy. In her new book, To the Secretary: Leaked Embassy Cables and America’s Foreign Policy Disconnect, she explores the intricacies exposed by the 2010 WikiLeaks scandal.
Social media has become a go-to platform for people to express their opinions on the hot topics of the day. But in many cases, people are sharing those thoughts with those who have similar opinions. Here, assistant professor Brooke Foucault Welles explains how this trend correlates to offline debates.
The end of the co-op cycle, men’s hockey’s return to Fenway Park, and a profile on alumna Wendy Williams are among our selections of tweets from the Northeastern community this week. […]
Brad Hatfield, academic teaching specialist in the Department of Music, will perform with the Boston Pops and arrange two performances by singer Demi Lovatto on Monday evening at the Hatch Shell in one of the nation’s premier Independence Day events.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a pair of Texas’ abortion restrictions were unconstitutional. Here, law professor Aziza Ahmed explains what this landmark decision means for abortion rights moving forward.
Carl Fiester helped design a state-of-the-art autonomous underwater vehicle that last year captured unique footage of great white sharks’ behavior off the coast of Mexico. Earlier this week, the footage was featured on a Shark Week show on the Discovery Channel.