The civil war in Syria took a dramatic turn this week with the evacuation of citizens from the final rebel stronghold of eastern Aleppo. Professor Valentine Moghadam, an expert in international affairs and Middle East studies, says the U.S., U.K., and others must be held to account for the country’s destabilization and the refugee crisis.
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Don’t overthink it, says Mary Steffel, an expert in the psychology of gift-giving, and don’t be afraid to ask your recipients exactly what they want.
Award-winning actress Renée Elise Goldsberry, known for her roles in Hamilton, The Color Purple, and Rent, will keynote the university’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in January. The Tony Award winner will also perform at the event and, during her visit, will lead a master class for students in the Department of Theatre.
This time of year brings a host of things to celebrate. Students, before you leave campus for the break, check out these tips for securing your residence hall room. And faculty and staff, here are some safety tips for office holiday decorations.
The recent surge of live TV musicals, including this month’s Hairspray Live!, offers a chance to recast classics with more diverse actors and expose a younger audience to “the joy of a stage musical,” says Scott Edmiston, chair of the theater department. Whether media corporations have been successful in capturing that joy, however, is a different story.
Northeastern accepted a host of new students last week as part of its early decision framework. Here’s how some of those new Huskies reacted on social media.
As Donald Trump prepares to take office, it’s unclear what may lie ahead for the U.S. and Russia, says Russian history and culture expert Harlow Robinson. What is clear, though, is that the Trump era has already begun to change the face of the global landscape. According to Robinson, we could be entering “a very strange era.”
Protests over laying the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota represent more than just a fight over water– and land rights; the movement represents “a recalibration of what it means to be more fully human in this modern world,” one university expert says. Here, we take a look at this complex issue from three angles—the politics, protests, and people of Standing Rock.
Northeastern researchers created a web tool, launched on Monday, designed for desktop users searching on Google Chrome and meant to help people “better understand the prices they’re getting from e-commerce sites.”
William Fowler, Distinguished Professor of History, recalled the attack from both a personal and historical perspective. His father, four uncles, and an aunt served in World War II, and “Pearl Harbor was a defining moment for them and for their generation.”
During a presentation to an architecture class on Monday, President Aoun discussed everything from how higher education has changed in the past decade to the vision that brought the soon-to-be-completed Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex to life. Here are some highlights from the conversation.