Northeastern University, on Friday, provided a written response to the Boston City Council’s public hearing request on the tactical capabilities of the Northeastern Police Department. The hearing, scheduled for Monday […]
“I’ve been very busy studying for midterms. I haven’t really gone out recently because it’s been cold and that’s good because I have to study.”
“It’s been extremely hectic this semester, especially now because everyone is looking for a co-op. I would like to work with in product management and with futuristic products. I worked […]
“I’m part of the National Residence Hall Honorary, and we set up a table to support students during midterms. We had smoothies and ingredients for trail mix. And we teamed […]
“I’m really excited about graduating this spring. I’m planning on going to graduate school after.”
“This a friendly and welcoming campus that inspires you to do this great type of education that is totally different from what I am used to being from Russia. I’m […]
“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 […]