Chuck Hillman practices what he preaches, applying his research findings to his personal life. When he’s not studying the relationship between physical activity and cognitive health, he’s biking, playing ice hockey, or lifting weights in his home gym.
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October is OUTober at Northeastern—a monthlong series of events focusing on LGBTQA issues. Here’s what’s happening on campus.
Do you think you have what it takes to solve the word puzzles on the popular game show? Well now’s your chance to prove it. Auditions for Wheel of Fortune will be held on campus Tuesday, exclusively for Northeastern students, faculty, and staff, as the show wraps up its Boston tour.
In a global political environment that can feel daunting at times, Matthew Barzun, U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, advocated for more openness, more bridge-building, and more understanding during a visit to Northeastern on Thursday evening.
Sun shining on the @Northeastern Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex! #goodmorning #goldenfacade pic.twitter.com/M6VQHpFTNI — Payette (@payettepeople) October 6, 2016 @Northeastern grad students develop @LifestoneTech all-in-one health/vital signs tracker https://t.co/39JuI0Qaxj @BosBizJournal @BOSBIZJess […]
Tonight, actress and Boston native Diane Guerrero—perhaps best known for her roles in Orange is the New Black and Jane the Virgin—will discuss her personal experience as the child of Colombian immigrants who were deported when she was a teenager. The discussion is part of the university’s recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Today’s health fair and flu clinic in the Curry Student Center is the perfect opportunity to take stock of your health, with free flu shots, Zumba and yoga classes, health screenings, and wellness information available throughout the day.
Ishaku Haruna graduated from the Global Leadership Program at the top of his class, with two master’s degrees and recognition as International Student of the Year. The program, he says, helped him see leadership “through the lens of service to humanity.” Now, his work in rural villages in his native Nigeria is reaching the most vulnerable citizens. Here’s his story.
Jennie Stephens’ research focuses on the global energy transition away from fossil fuels toward renewables—particularly, understanding the social dynamics of integrating wind power, solar, and smart grid into energy systems.
Three years ago, James Serra wrote an essay for a freshman writing course about Dave Matthews’ music and its influence on his own life and musical pursuits. This summer, Serra met Matthews’ backstage, all thanks to that very same essay. We talked with Serra about meeting his idol and how it all happened.
Monday, Oct. 3, 2016 marks Northeastern’s 118th birthday and is known as Founders Day. How well do you know Northeastern? Take our quiz and find out if you’re the King […]
Bay Area muralist Susan Cervantes and artists from her organization, Precita Eyes, say they serve as a “bridge” between art and the community, and they’re doing just that by collaborating with students to design and paint the university’s newest mural on the Latino/a Student Cultural Center as part of Northeastern Public Art Initiative. Here’s how you can get involved.