Republican Donald J. Trump’s stunning victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday in the 2016 presidential election concluded a long, contentious campaign. Northeastern professor Bill Crotty called Trump’s victory “one […]
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Professor Vinod Sahney brings a systems perspective to analyzing drug pricing and access, aiming to protect consumers from outsize cost increases like those putting the EpiPen out of reach for many.
Chelsie Ouellette has spent the past year-and-a-half working for the Hillary Clinton campaign. From managing teams of campaign workers and training volunteers, to engaging with voters and developing strategies to reach them, all of it has been with an eye toward Tuesday—Election Day.
For network security expert Alina Oprea, collaboration is the solution to stopping future cyberattacks. “People in government, academia, and industry have the expertise to address different parts of the problem,” she explains, “but we need to work together in order to have a broader impact.”
To ease the tension of Election Day, we asked seven faculty members to participate a quirky thought experiment that challenged each of them to consider how one well known but long dead person in their respective fields would have voted in the 2016 presidential election. The responses were insightful, sobering, and occasionally hilarious.
Last week we asked the Northeastern community to vote in our straw poll, which included the presidential election as well as the four statewide ballot questions in Massachusetts. Nearly 3,000 […]
Before you quaff a sugary soda or sports drink, one student group on campus is hoping you’ll stop and consider a healthier option instead. Pharmacy students have teamed up with the Boston Public Health Commission to promote a health-conscious initiative on campus called ReThink Your Drink.
Homecoming has something for everyone, from the sports fan and music aficionado to the political junkie and community-conscious humanitarian. Here is a day-by-day rundown of activities and events for the entire week.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. We’ve been hearing these names virtually every day for more than a year. But what happens when you share a name with one of the presidential candidates? We asked a few members of the Northeastern community to find out what it’s been like.
A photo posted by Michael Norcott (@mike_2456) on Nov 1, 2016 at 10:49am PDT New research by William Hobbs in @davidlazer’s lab finds link between Facebook activity and living longer @nytimes […]
3DFortify, a spinout from professor Randall Erb’s lab that combines novel 3-D printing technology and magnetics to create the highest resolution composites to date, was among 16 award winners out of more than 1,700 applicants.
On Nov. 8, voters across the United States will head to the polls to choose the nation’s next president—that is, those voters who haven’t taken advantage of early voting—bringing to a close one of […]