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.
Northeastern and General Electric will partner to offer a new accelerated bachelor’s degree in advanced manufacturing, a first-in-the-nation program. The partnership, announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Education, is part of an innovative higher education initiative and garnered significant national recognition.
Global co-op, faculty research, and student entrepreneurship were among our selections of tweets about the Northeastern community this week.
“I’ve spent a lot of the summer exploring the city and walking to different places. My friend just moved to a neighborhood near the Pru so I’ve spent a lot […]
“We don’t have college in the summer in India, so I took a course in Summer I to see what it is like. I arrived here in the spring and […]
“I’m working at Mass Eye and Ear right now in the pediatrics department and it is my first time working in a hospital setting. I love how fast-paced the environment […]
“I got the new Harry Potter book about three hours ago and I’m almost finished with it. It’s written like a script, so it reads really quickly. It’s definitely interesting. […]
“We love having family working on campus. In addition to me and my sister, our sister-in-law worked here as well. We get to see each other everyday.”
“I have been studying engineering for the last nine years, so it has been a core part of my life. I have always been curious about how things work and […]
Summer is winding down. (We’re sad about it, too.) To help you get the most out of what remains of the season, we compiled a list of events happening around the city this month—from fitness days to seafood festivals to summer ice skating.
Beaten by the KGB, branded an anti-Soviet activist, and blackballed from academia, Alexander Gorlov fled the Soviet Union, immigrating to America, where he joined the Northeastern faculty in 1976. Gorlov died in June at the age of 85, leaving behind an impressive legacy of invention and creativity, including a turbine that garnered him international acclaim.