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For Hutchinson family, Northeastern is home

Emily Hutchinson’s first day of classes as a stu­dent at North­eastern coin­cided with her father’s first day of work as asso­ciate director of cor­po­rate part­ner­ships for the university’s ath­letics depart­ment. “It’s so funny how it all worked out,” Emily says. “I def­i­nitely could not have pre­dicted this.”

Students share the impact of their service-​​learning experiences

Varsha Ram­sumair said she teared up during her final visit with the Boston ele­men­tary school stu­dents she’d been men­toring this semester through a service-​​learning course called “Human Ser­vices Pro­fes­sions.” Ram­sumair was one of more than 200 stu­dents who pre­sented at the Fall 2016 Service-​​Learning Expo last week.

NU Stage to ‘Spread Love Not Hate’ with winter cabaret

Hosted by Northeastern’s student-​​run the­ater group, NU Stage Musical The­ater Co., this year’s winter cabaret, titled, “Spread Love Not Hate,” is designed to be a balm after a heated polit­ical season. The show will be held on Sat­urday at 8 p.m. in afterHOURS.

Best Posts of the Week: Dec. 5 to Dec. 9

Tech that speaks vol­umes. @TweetRupal’s research gives voice to the speech impaired @washingtonpost — Pres­i­dent Aoun (@PresidentAoun) December 7, 2016 First exper­i­ment on phys­ical human-​​​​robot col­lab­o­ra­tion with @NASA_Johnson Valkyrie. Kudos […]

To architecture students, President Aoun underscores shifts in education toward being personalized, robot-​​proof

During a pre­sen­ta­tion to an archi­tec­ture class on Monday, Pres­i­dent Aoun dis­cussed every­thing from how higher edu­ca­tion has changed in the past decade to the vision that brought the soon-​​to-​​be-​​completed Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Sci­ence and Engi­neering Com­plex to life. Here are some high­lights from the conversation.