“I’m in the Security and Resilience Study graduate program this year. I moved here from New Mexico after serving in the Air Force for six years. A couple days ago […]
Last week, more than a dozen Northeastern students headed north to preview the New Hampshire primary. In part two of our ongoing coverage, the students, a mix of journalism majors and political junkies, attended town hall meetings, interviewed voters, and explored some of the lesser-covered election topics, including Bernie Sanders’ age and the oft-neglected Asian American voter. Here, we share some of their reports from the field.
As presidential candidates from both parties crisscrossed Iowa last weekend, a dozen Northeastern students headed north to preview the New Hampshire primary. They are members of journalism professor Jonathan Kaufman’s class “Covering Campaign 2016.” Here, we share their reports from the field.
“Every day I smile for the students and they smile back. They say to me: ‘Alicia, I don’t know who is going to make my day happy after you leave.’”
“This semester I am really looking forward to getting more involved on campus. I’m still looking around at the different groups to see which I might join. Something I’m really […]
“This past break I spent a lot of time with my family. I have to travel home by plane so it’s more worth while for me when I go back […]
Northeastern, on Tuesday, refuted claims made by Boston city councilors Tito Jackson and Josh Zakim regarding the university’s strategy to respond to a possible active-shooter situation on campus. In a letter to all members of the Boston City Council, university officials noted that “NUPD officials made the Boston Police aware of the plan in mid-October, long before the issue became public.”
The agreement, which is subject to ratification by union members, was reached early Thursday morning in the 20th formal bargaining session with the Service Employees International Union.
On Thursday, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs James Bean, in an email to the campus community, detailed the university’s tentative agreement on a first contract with part-time faculty working on the Boston campus. Here is the provost’s message.
Here’s a rundown for students on important dates regarding “I Am Here” registration, campus recreation, and big events happening this week, along with tips on making the transition from winter-break mode back to the classroom.
“We have a snow meeting every November to prepare for what could come. What we do when it snows all depends on the storm. If it’s a regular storm we’ll […]
“I start classes next week. I’m really excited about all the facilities on campus. I went to the library for the first time yesterday and absolutely fell in love with […]