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.
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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.
“We Are The Kids,” communication studies major Natalie Dickinson’s blog, has amassed some 25,000 followers, the majority of whom are young people looking to break into the music industry.
Todd Brown, vice chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, analyzes the impact of pending changes to regulations governing access to emergency contraceptives.
As showcased at a campus conference on Friday, new communication tools are changing the way we design, manufacture, and use nearly every sort of commodity imaginable.
Rocky Slaughter, a 2010 graduate who founded a marketing and PR agency in California, saw his comedic TV spot—featuring a botched break-in of a local mom-and-pop store—take off.
Spider silk is the strongest material in the world, but it’s barred from industrial manufacturing because of the difficulty of scaling up production. An engineering capstone team found a way to solve that problem.
Carole Bell, an assistant professor of communication studies, analyzes the impact of professional basketball player Jason Collins’ recent announcement that he is gay.
The new academic programs, in areas such as STEM, healthcare, and government and nonprofit administration, will build on the campus’ momentum in training professionals in fields that are vital to the local economy.
Architecture students tasked with imagining new housing opportunities for an unused parcel in Boston’s Dudley Square say mixed-use development would bring in new residents without hurting the existing community.
Philip Larese-Casanova, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, has received an NSF CAREER award to study the behavior of novel metallic pollutants in water.
Here are five graduating seniors whose entrepreneurial tracks exemplify the wide range of opportunities on campus and around the world.