The RNC: How we got here and where we are headed

In this guest post, Nathan Kotler, S’19, a member of the North­eastern Uni­ver­sity Col­lege Repub­li­cans, exam­ines the unique set of cir­cum­stances that have led to rise of Donald Trump as the Repub­lican pres­i­den­tial nominee.

3Qs: Will ‘superbug’ in Rio’s waters harm Olympic athletes?

A new study from a team of Brazilian sci­en­tists has found that a drug-​​resistant bac­terium has been growing off two city beaches bor­dering Gua­n­abara Bay, where Olympic sailors will com­pete next month. We asked Daniel Faber, pro­fessor of soci­ology and director of Northeastern’s Envi­ron­mental Jus­tice Research Col­lab­o­ra­tive, to dis­cuss the social, polit­ical, and sci­en­tific impli­ca­tions of the findings.

Northeastern community reflects on Pat Summitt’s historic legacy

Sum­mitt, who won eight national titles as head coach of the Ten­nessee women’s bas­ket­ball team, died Tuesday. Here, North­eastern fac­ulty and staff reflect on the life and legacy of Divi­sion 1 col­lege basketball’s win­ningest coach.

Students studying in Turkey are safe, Northeastern actively reaching out to Turkish students

In the wake of Tuesday’s ter­rorist attack at an Istanbul air­port, North­eastern con­firmed that stu­dents on uni­ver­sity pro­grams in the region are safe, and the uni­ver­sity is working to con­tact and offer sup­port to more than 100 Turkish students.