“For me, planning ahead is the most important part of studying—and then studying a little every day instead of waiting until the last minute. I’ll study anywhere. (Finals) are just exams.”
“I usually study at home and I just go over my notes from the previous lectures and see how much I can grasp. If I am feeling lazy, I’ll go […]
“If I find a spot to study on the first floor of Snell, then I know I’m going to do well on the exam. I like studying there because a […]
The so-called “alt-right,” defined by The Associated Press as a “white nationalist movement,” has experienced a surge of notoriety in the wake of Donald Trump’s election. We asked Jeffrey Juris, an expert on social movements and protests, to explain how much influence the group, which harnesses the power of social media to spread its message, could have on the president-elect’s policy agenda over the next four years.
“I’m thankful for my education. I have been very lucky with it. I come from a small village in India, but I have great parents who valued education, and I […]
“I’m thankful for the opportunity to make a difference through programs like co-op. I’m hoping to get a co-op with Boston Health Care for the Homeless. This would be my […]
“This time of year I love the leaves changing colors, going apple picking, and the smell of cinnamon. I’m from Los Angeles, so all the fall colors and the cool […]
More than 100 college and university presidents from public and private schools across the U.S., including President Aoun, have signed a statement to government leaders urging that DACA—the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program—be upheld, continued, and expanded. “This is both a moral imperative and a national necessity,” the leaders say in the statement.
From the Mayor of Huntington Avenue election to a celebrated appearance by Amy Poehler to the sweet joys of victory for the basketball programs, Northeastern’s Homecoming 2016 was one not to be forgotten.
What does Donald Trump’s election mean for the nation’s highest court? Two faculty experts discuss potential appointees and what key issues the Supreme Court may soon face.
In honor of their service, and in recognition of Veterans Day, our photographers captured these poignant and powerful images of veterans at Northeastern.
Last week we asked the Northeastern community to vote in our straw poll, which included the presidential election as well as the four statewide ballot questions in Massachusetts. Nearly 3,000 […]