New assistant professor Dietmar Offenhuber wants to make cities and their infrastructures more legible in order to improve their governance. One of his approaches involves tracking the movement of garbage.
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Here are five social media outlets where you can find—and connect with—Northeastern.
Facebook and Twitter are powerful tools for leveraging your brand, according to a trio of social media experts who offered advice to students on Thursday.
Iconic typewriters once owned by John Lennon, Ernest Hemingway, Theodore Kaczynski, and other notable 20th-century figures are now on display at Northeastern’s Gallery 360 in a first-of-its-kind exhibit from collector and L.A. business leader Steven Soboroff.
Terrence Masson, an executive professor of animation, has launched a Kickstarter campaign in support of his animated short film The Cafe, which he hopes will grab the attention of Tinseltown.
International affairs major Britton Green’s work at CNBC in Singapore gave him an up-close look at business reporting and digital news.
Through social media savvy and sheer determination, Northeastern alumnus Perry Acks landed his dream job as a production assistant for Bethenny Frankel’s upcoming talk show.
Antonio Ocampo-Guzman, an associate professor of theatre, will make his operatic directorial debut with a new production of The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Dan Kennedy, an assistant professor of journalism, examines Rolling Stone’s decision to put alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s photo on its newest issue’s cover and the public outrage that followed.
Mateo Caldas, a fourth-year media and screen studies combined major, has been named Best Actor of the 12th annual Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival.
Fourth-year communication studies major Christine Umeh has her sights set on a career in the media and entertainment industry in the African nation.
The KahBang Music Festival, founded by Northeastern alumnus Tim Lo and held annually in Bangor, Maine, emphasizes the importance of discovery by focusing on ‘what’s next’ rather than ‘what’s now’ in music, art, and film.