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Four Northeastern alumni have embarked on a three-month road trip through Nashville, New Orleans, and Austin with the goal of capturing the essence of each city’s unique music scene.
Building on the Digital Media Commons’ successful launch last year at Snell Library, Northeastern will expand the state-of-the-art workspace as part of a series of investments designed to enhance next-generation teaching, learning, and discovery at the university.
Journalism professor Walter Robinson examines how the Department of Justice’s investigation into The Associated Press impacts an already strained relationship between the White House and the press.
A traveling exhibit on how Japan’s architectural community responded to the Great East Japan Earthquake is at Northeastern, the sole U.S. stop on a global tour.
Northeastern’s student-run record label, which provides management, recording, and other support to musicians, signed five new artists earlier this month.
The sprawling cast of characters in the Irish novel Finnegans Wake compares to the meme culture that permeates the Internet today, according to research by English major Tom Murphy.
Stephen W. Director, Northeastern’s provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, has been taking underwater photographs for more than two decades. What’s his trick for capturing sea life’s immense beauty and diversity? Just stay focused.
Three short films created by Northeastern students will be screened in Tinseltown as part of the 12th annual Campus MovieFest.
The online custom-guitar manufacturer, which is co-founded by an alumnus, has generated serious buzz in the music industry with its new line of semihollow guitars.
Joseph Reagle, an assistant professor of communication studies, explains why women make up a very small percentage of “open computing” fields like Wikipedia, Linux, and Apache.
“The Holocaust is woven into my understanding of the world,” says Nathan Englander, an internationally bestselling author who delivered the second annual Morton E. Ruderman Memorial Lecture on Monday evening.