Final exams for fall classes begin on Friday. Here are five study tips to help you prepare, with insight from Lydia Young, an education expert with a particular focus on curriculum development.
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For many, reading about complex scientific research and innovation can be a daunting task. But the students behind NU Sci—Northeastern’s student-run science magazine—are working to change that.
Check out the amazing people, places, and events at Northeastern during the month of November as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
Offices and departments across campus are organizing holiday drives for toys, books, and clothes to benefit local organizations in the communities surrounding Northeastern.
Here’s what you’ll want to put on your calendar for December.
Kyumon Murrell’s co-op and extracurricular activities underscore his commitment to empowering others to succeed. “Everything I do has to align with my values,” he says.
University photographers explored campus to document the beauty of Northeastern University in the fall.
Massachusetts voters earlier this month overwhelmingly approved the legalization of recreational marijuana. We asked drug policy expert Leo Beletsky what happens next and how the Trump administration could impact the rollout of this new law, which takes effect Dec. 15.
While campus life will quiet down during the Thanksgiving break, some university services will remain open. Here are the hours of operation for Snell Library, the Marino Center, Dining Services, and more.
To get in the holiday spirit before Thanksgiving, first-year students from Smith and Kennedy halls wrote 84 thank-you cards to faculty and staff, who they said deserve recognition and appreciation for all their hard work.
Northeastern staff member Rachel Spiller will host four international students at her home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Thanksgiving—a new tradition she and her family have welcomed in recent years. “The setting and the food might be different, but the sense of family and warmth is universal,” she said.
More than 100 college and university presidents from public and private schools across the U.S., including President Aoun, have signed a statement to government leaders urging that DACA—the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program—be upheld, continued, and expanded. “This is both a moral imperative and a national necessity,” the leaders say in the statement.