“I’m doing my second co-op with the Center for Community Service. During my first one they never not let me be involved. So I never really left.”
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“Coming out to my friends and family was like showing people who I am for the very first time. I wasn’t a different person, but there was something about me […]
“I took over as the main Northeastern Instagram photographer in 2013. As an alumnus, and also someone who has been working on the Boston campus for almost 25 years, I […]
Check out the amazing people, places, and events on Northeastern’s campus during the month of September as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
“It makes me feel younger being able to talk with students every day.”
“I came from India a couple months ago. This campus is huge and there is a lot to do. And I love that anyone can come off the street and […]
“For the past year I have been working in the Laboratory for Neglected Disease and Drug Discovery researching giardia. I signed up for it because it seemed interesting.”
“I love working in this building. I just love the people. Everyone here is so kind.”
“I just love being active and being outside. I’m on the sailing team so I especially love being out on the water.”
“I’ve lived in Boston for four years now, and I love exploring the city and I’m still finding hidden gems. I recently discovered Fan Pier, which I think has the […]
“This year I’m looking forward to my clinical rotations. We’ll get an actual idea of what we would be doing on a daily basis as physical therapists.”
“I went to Africa this summer and spent two weeks volunteering at a wildlife preserve in South Africa. I want to be a vet.”
“I like to come to Snell to do some work, get a change of scenery, and get out of the office.”
“I’ve always been fascinated by people who are good at things I wasn’t good at, and how adding their thinking to what I was doing could make for something bigger […]
“I was really excited to get into Northeastern. I love the cold. I’m from Saudi Arabia and it’s hot there all the time.”
“Northeastern was the only school I applied to so I was relieved and excited when I was accepted. The personality of the school was what drew me to it.”
Faces of Northeastern is a photoblog that presents an unvarnished look at the individuals who, together, create the university’s unique and exceptional community. Many of the faces you may recognize, and some you may not, but each plays an important role in the fabric of Northeastern.
The campus was abuzz with excitement during Welcome Week and the start of the fall semester. Our photographers were there to document the action.
Thousands of Northeastern students packed the campus quads on Monday for Fall Fest ’15, an annual festival celebrating the start of the new semester with music, food, dance performances, games, and giveaways. The campus-wide event also showcased the university’s more than 300 student-run clubs and organizations.
Construction continues at Northeastern’s Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex on Columbus Avenue. The 220,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to open next year. Here, university photographer Adam Glanzman gives you an inside look at the progress being made on the research hub.
Wednesday, Aug. 26 is National Dog Day. In celebration, we have collected some of our favorite images of dogs from around campus, including everyone’s favorites: Paws and King Husky.
On June 30, just before 8 p.m., the world will receive a “bonus second,” with the addition of one tick of the clock. Here, Northeastern’s new science writer extols the virtues of the “leap second.”
It’s hard to imagine I stepped onto Northeastern’s campus almost 10 years ago to begin my freshman year. And now I’m 5 years removed from a place where I […]
Focus on the bright spots. In any place you go, you might initially find that you hate a lot about the place you’re in. The food is weird! There are […]
Why leave Boston? I mean, it has practically every amenity, every resource, and every luxury you could possibly need. The standard of living, both nationally and internationally, is quite high. […]
Clean up your Facebook account and update your Facebook privacy settings. Nina Davuluri, Miss America 2014 was the keynote speaker at my sorority’s 20 year conference. I had the great opportunity […]
As someone who has never spent a co-op in Boston, I can say with certainty that there comes a point during your co-op, especially if you are far away from […]
When I graduated from Northeastern in 2010, I had to take time off from two jobs so that I could actually attend my graduation ceremony. That time in my life […]
In my experience, starting a new job is rarely anything short of nerve wracking and overwhelming. Getting acclimated to a new environment is difficult and it’s hard to prepare yourself […]
Technically speaking, I’m an arts student. Technically. I’m a Communication Studies student in the College of Arts, Media & Design. Most of my time at my co-ops and internships has […]
Like many other Northeastern students and young professionals, I am currently “The Intern” of my office. To me this is neither a good nor bad title, but one that I […]
The field of physician assistant (PA) studies has been cited among the fastest-growing careers (38% in the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics) and was named […]
For students who are thinking about doing an international co-op or who have a strong interest in Middle Eastern studies, this week we will be highlighting the challenges and experiences […]
This guest post was written by Heather Fink, a former Career Development Intern now working at Wellesley College and the Hiatt Career Center at Brandeis University. She is a graduate student […]
So, are you thinking about participating in the Northeastern University Virtual Career Fair on March 25th? Have you been to a virtual career fair? Are you wondering what to expect? As […]
This post originally appeared on the author’s personal blog, CatchCareers.com on February 9, 2015. The biggest lie young professionals believe about career plans is: that you have to have one. The second […]