Jeff Howe, an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern, has developed a new track in the graduate journalism program aimed at preparing mid-career reporters for the digital age.
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Dave Muench, DMSB’14, has launched a mobile application called Skimmin that allows users to browse the top headlines of the day in just 60 seconds.
We binge watch TV shows, live tweet along with actors, and indulge in increasingly compelling online programming. But these are just a few examples of the TV industry’s recent evolution, says Bill Lancaster, a lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies.
Northeastern’s student theatre production of William Shakespeare’s tragedy, which opens Tuesday night, promises to complement the play’s famous lines with a few surprises.
Transylvanian graphic artist Botond Részegh’s “Nightfall,” a painting series on display at Gallery 360, is influenced by one former political prisoner yet represents the unknown stories of many more.
Bethany, the theatre department’s first production of 2014, tells the darkly comic story of a single mother’s struggle to regain what she’s lost at the height of the Great Recession: her home and her daughter.
Gamers from Northeastern University and other area colleges convened at Snell Library’s Digital Media Commons this weekend for a 48-hour game-developing frenzy as part of the international event.
“50 Years Forward” events, snowy campus shots, and athletic recognitions were among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
This weekend, Northeastern will join nearly 500 other sites around the world in hosting the sixth annual Global Game Jam, a collaborative, interdisciplinary event in which participants have 48 hours to design new games from scratch.
The Nor’easters, Northeastern’s award-winning student a cappella group, performed a holiday song for President Barack Obama and the first lady during a holiday party on Sunday.
The movie’s marketing campaign ranges from social media outreach to television appearances by character Ron Burgundy. The strategy is innovative, if not somewhat limited in its ability to be replicated, says Bruce Clark, an associate professor of marketing.
Emily Schuna, a third-year music industry major, was inspired by a co-op experience at a record label in Brooklyn to form an artist collective and produce her own EP—all from a campus residence hall.