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 […]
On Nov. 8, voters across the United States will head to the polls to choose the nation’s next president—that is, those voters who haven’t taken advantage of early voting—bringing to a close one of […]
Effective leaders inspire others and are passionate ambassadors for their organizations, says alumnus Gary Dunton. That’s why he and his wife, Lea Anne, are supporting the D’Amore-McKim School of Business with a historic gift, endowing the Dunton Family Deanship.
“I love the campus and also how diverse Northeastern is. My favorite part of campus is the new Center for Intercultural Engagement. I’m in there almost 30 hours every week, […]
“What makes me proud to work at Northeastern is the university’s commitment to the globalization and internationalization of its students. Northeastern excels at giving students the opportunities to see themselves […]
“I bleed Northeastern. There is a lot about the university to be proud of, but I think the most important is how well we prepare students to manage and succeed […]
“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.