The excitement of 1,400 Boston public school students was palpable inside Cabot Center on Friday, as Northeastern hosted its annual Boston Public Schools Day. Students from 10 different Boston area schools […]
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America is a melting pot, a place where food from hundreds of different cultures can become American food. Mario Batali shared culinary history and personal anecdotes from inside and outside of kitchens when he sat down with President Aoun as part of the “Future Of…”speaker series.
What a lovely morning to step on some crunchy leaves A photo posted by Zuzu Oomen-Lochtefeld (@zuzu0919) on Nov 16, 2016 at 9:47am PST Registered for classes for the last time. Such […]
In the days since the election, movements have cropped up across the U.S. to protest Donald J. Trump’s presidency. While assistant professor Sarah J. Jackson says the climate reminds her of “the mood of the nation in the 1960s,” she also notes that protests in general can serve to bring people together, and are in fact a necessary part of a healthy democracy.
Nolan Tesis was one of six students nationwide to be selected for the 2016 Arcus Fellowship, a program that supports LGBTQ leaders and their initiatives. Tesis, who is dedicated to advancing the causes of the LGBTQ community, is hosting a Transgender Day of Remembrance on Saturday.
What started as an idea in their dorm room eventually led Ricardo Viejo and Alejandro Mayer to a remote farm in the mountains of Japan in pursuit of some of the most premium green tea to import for their company, a new venture called Velvetea.
Vanessa Kerry, a global healthcare revolutionary, discussed the ins and outs of her innovative nonprofit Seed Global Health at the latest installment of the Women Who Empower Speaker Series on Tuesday evening. “We think this is the new face of diplomacy,” Kerry said. “We are committed to raising the next generation of well-trained doctors and nurses who can be agents of change for their countries.”
Nidhi Mehta has traveled to five of the seven continents, and has trekked to Everest Base Camp—experiences that have given her a fresh perspective on her life.
A Dominican Prayer Book, created in the 15th century, from the Northeastern archives joins manuscripts spanning the 9th to the 17th centuries in “the largest exhibit of pre-1600 manuscripts ever mounted in North America.” Students in a “History of Books” class helped determine the date of the book’s creation, notes Giordana Mecagni, above, head of special collections at Northeastern.
Through the lens of a 17th-century witch-hunt in England, Vinegar Tom considers the effects of poverty, humiliation, and prejudice of women—all with a blend of history and contemporary culture. The play, the latest production of the Department of Theatre, runs through Nov. 20.
What does it take to be an effective leader? Four experts weighed in at the inaugural “Women Who Empower” summit at Northeastern on Wednesday.
Students, faculty, and staff convened on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the results of the 2016 presidential election. Discussion topics ranged from the credibility of the nation’s leading pollsters to the freedom of the press under a Trump administration, but talk frequently returned to the media’s coverage of one of the dirtiest political campaigns in the nation’s history.