Dozens of Northeastern students have worked as part of their global experiential program to help solve the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis.
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Austin Gallagher, MS’10, founder and president of Beneath the Waves, a nonprofit dedicated to conducting conservation-based research, was selected as one of 2016’s top 30 scientists under 30 years old.
Last week the popular social media platform reported that each of us is connected to everyone else not by six but just three and a half other people. Northeastern network theorist Albert-László Barabási offers a more comprehensive view: the number itself is a “toss up,” depending on the density of the network.
The Northeastern primary On Tuesday, voters across New Hampshire will head to the polls for the first-in-the-nation primary. As candidates and campaign volunteers canvas the Granite State, and as our own […]
The deadline to register to vote in the Massachusetts presidential primary is Wednesday, Feb. 10. Not registered? We have you covered. Haley Havens, S’19, of Democracy Matters at Northeastern, helped put together a list of everything you need to know to register.
As presidential candidates from both parties crisscrossed Iowa last weekend, a dozen Northeastern students headed north to preview the New Hampshire primary. They are members of journalism professor Jonathan Kaufman’s class “Covering Campaign 2016.” Here, we share their reports from the field.
The Beanpot Tournament, a Northeastern student on Jeopardy!, and recognition for the university’s exceptional research are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Nikos Passas, an international financial crime expert, was on Capitol Hill Wednesday telling members of a House Financial Services Committee task force that the global threat of trade-based money laundering is serious but that effective responses are within reach.
Kelly O’Connell, E’16, came to college with interests in environmental issues and climate change. Today she credits Northeastern’s co-op program, backed by rigorous engineering courses, with guiding her toward her career goals.
On Wednesday, the man whose conviction was profiled on the hugely popular “Serial” podcast, returns to court for a post-conviction hearing. Here, law professor Daniel Medwed, an expert in wrongful convictions, says that “Serial” and Making a Murderer have highlighted some of the chief flaws in our criminal justice system. But he also says that he is dismayed by how the programs presented their cases.
Kate Laubscher, SSH’18, will appear on the famous quiz show tonight as Northeastern’s first-ever participant on the Jeopardy! College Championship.
The monthlong celebration will feature more than a dozen educational events, including a film screening, an art exhibit, and a walking tour of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.