“Right now my beard is just two years of letting it flow. I’m a bassist in a reggae band down in New Jersey called Loose Fit. We started about five […]
“I’ve worked at Northeastern for 27 years, and I’ve seen it go from a commuter school with tons of parking lots to a world-known university. And being able to see […]
“After I graduate in May I’m heading out to the West Coast to get a change in climate. Northeastern has so many different offerings it has allowed me to spend […]
On Thursday, Oct. 20, Northeastern will hold its annual State of the University event. We will celebrate the collective achievements of the past decade and preview the new academic plan—our roadmap […]
For ecological forecasters like Northeastern’s Brian Helmuth, mussels act as a barometer of climate change. That’s why Helmuth created “robomussels”—tiny robots that look like mussels but are outfitted with sensors to track temperature conditions.
Entire mountain ranges of data are growing all around, and they will either bury us or help us climb to new heights of understanding. It all depends on how we respond. This was the focus of a four-hour “hackathon” Wednesday night, sponsored by Northeastern to explore the intersection between public policy and Big Data analysis. The event, “Data Science, Journalism, and the Future of Justice,” was part of HUBweek, a series of more than 100 events that brought together the brightest minds in government, private industry, and academia to celebrate innovation in Boston.
“My first semester has been super fun. I’ve been meeting a lot of new people and being in Boston is great. So far I’ve joined the fencing club, the Husky […]
“I’m working hard on my time management. Not so much procrastination, but more not trying to do everything that is offered. I’m hoping to join the wrestling team and with […]
“This first year has been a big adjustment for me. I come from a small town where you know everyone, to Northeastern where I’ve met so many people that it’s […]
A robust alumni network, faculty research on Zika, and colorful walkways are among our selections of tweets about the Northeastern community this week.
Over the past week, Donald Trump has expressed regret for some of his caustic comments and reshuffled his campaign staff, fueling a theory that he’s laying the groundwork to build a media empire to rival Fox News. Dan Urman, a political science and public policy expert, discusses the recent campaign moves and how the attention to Trump’s “brand” may be a win for the candidate, regardless of November’s outcome.
A new partnership between Northeastern and GE, #iheartcoop, and faculty research were among our selections of tweets about the Northeastern community this week.