Public health law expert Wendy Parmet recently co-authored an article in the New England Journal of Medicine exploring the evolving landscape of vaccination policy. Here, she discusses what could come from a recently adopted law in California.
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President Aoun took part yesterday in a webinar on the future of higher education and how universities should innovate. Here are some of the highlights.
The NFL on Tuesday upheld Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game “Deflategate” suspension. School of Law professor Roger Abrams talks about what could come next on the legal landscape, and predicts “the beginning of the end” of Roger Goodell’s tenure as NFL commissioner.
Students and faculty described the group’s decision to lift its ban on openly gay leaders while allowing church-sponsored units to continue excluding gays for religious reasons in unequivocally strong terms. “Claiming ‘morality’ or ‘religious beliefs’ cannot override basic principles of equality,” noted sociology professor Suzanna Walters.
When Sarah Cline heard a man in the ocean screaming for help, she immediately rushed to his aid but didn’t initially think shark attack. “I was worried that he was being pulled out by a rip current,” the Chapel Hill, North Carolina, resident said.
Justine Siegal, director of sports partnerships at Northeastern’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society, says plenty of women have the skills to coach men’s professional sports teams. They just need the opportunity.
Marley Kimelman, S/SSH’18, recently returned from a co-op in Cape Town, South Africa, where he worked for the city on various green initiatives and revitalized a stagnant water heritage project.
Northeastern University-Silicon Valley’s new CEO, Northeastern’s civic engagement with the city of Boston, and student entrepreneur success are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Chelsey Goldberg, SSH’16, and Alexa Armstrong, S’16, spent 10 days in Kenya, where they doled out school supplies to studious kids and made life-changing donations to the particularly needy. “I can’t believe you’re here,” one 14 year-old girl told Goldberg.
While working at the U.S. Embassy in Ecuador earlier this year, fourth-year political science major Rose Leopold helped grow the relationship between the Pan American nations.
Take movie night outdoors this summer with these free screenings in parks around the city.
Members of the Northeastern community will participate in the annual Run to Home Base, which supports post-9/11 veterans who suffer from combat stress and traumatic brain injury. Here, they share why the event and the cause are so important to them.