Boston Phoenix archives donated to Northeastern

For nearly 50 years, The Boston Phoenix, which ceased pub­li­ca­tion in 2013, was Boston’s alter­na­tive news­paper of record, the first word on social jus­tice, pol­i­tics, as well as the arts and music scene. Now, thanks to a gift from Phoenix owner Stephen Mindich, that work will be pre­served for pos­terity in Snell Library’s Archives and Spe­cial Collections.

Social entrepreneur urges students to pursue passions, never give up

Jim Ziolkowski, the founder of buildOn, a non­profit working to break the cycle of poverty and illit­eracy through edu­ca­tion and ser­vice, has a com­pelling mes­sage for aspiring entre­pre­neurs: ‘con­front your fears,’ ‘pursue what’s impor­tant to you.’

Northeastern remembers victims of overseas attacks

The uni­ver­sity com­mu­nity gath­ered on Monday for a vigil in the Sacred Space to remember the vic­tims of recent attacks around the world, including those in Paris last week. The vigil included reflec­tion, prayer, song, and heart­felt remarks from Pres­i­dent Aoun.