Hot, hazy, and humid. That’s the forecast for the next few days. With heat index values in the triple digits, the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Boston area. We asked John Wong, director of clinical services at University Health and Counseling Services, to offer some tips to keep cool and how to spot heat-related health issues early on.
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Faculty research on Zika, #HelpfulHusky recognition, and a stroll on campus with Michael Dukakis are among our selection of tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Summer is winding down. (We’re sad about it, too.) To help you get the most out of what remains of the season, we compiled a list of events happening around the city this month—from fitness days to seafood festivals to summer ice skating.
Check out the amazing people, places, and events at Northeastern during the month of July as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
Earlier this year Northeastern students contributed to a massive initiative focused on improving Wikipedia’s science content. As their professor puts it, “It’s very motivating but also terrifying to know that you’re contributing to something that so many people will see.”
For the fourth installment of our summer recipe series, Northeastern executive chef Tom Barton shares a burger with more than a dozen ingredients—but none of them are beef.
Northeastern’s renowned Career Development department was recognized for its work meeting students’ needs in career services and job preparation. The university received the No. 1 Global Career Services Satisfaction Award at the inaugural Future Talent Summit in Stockholm last month.
The 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week marks the fifth consecutive convention that professors Michael Dukakis and Dan Urman have attended together. Here’s how it began, with the moments they’ve shared along the way.
Susan Gold says playing Pokémon Go has “expanded her world” and triggered her journey to discover much more about her neighborhood and the city of Boston. Here, Gold, professor of the practice in the game design program and founder of Global Game Jam, explains how Pokémon Go has “broken the mold” and predicts where the technology is 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.
Cauliflower is the new kale, and it’s the star of this summer recipe. With a little garlic, cilantro, and lime, this is a perfect summer side. And the secret is all in how you puree it.
A team of 20 graduate students at Northeastern’s Boston and Seattle campuses spent the spring semester working together, collaborating via Skype, GitHub, and Google Hangouts to build a software platform aimed at connecting a global community of farmers, researchers, and educators.