Take 5: How to stay active on campus

Campus is full of indoor and out­door loca­tions where stu­dents can par­take in all kinds of sports. From vol­ley­ball to pool, if you have a favorite sport, North­eastern has a place for you to play it. Here are five on-​​campus loca­tions where you can let your inner ath­lete out to play.


Photos by Brooks Canaday.

  • Brett Hansson, left, a graduate student in architecture in the College of Arts, Media and Design, and Jake Ascher, right, a second-year information sciences student in the College of Computer and Information Science, balance on Centennial Common’s slacklines during an early spring day.

  • First-year student Ricari Keitt plays pool in the game room in the Curry Student Center.

  • Majid Bigdeli, a doctoral student in mechanical engineering, makes a catch while playing football on Centennial Commons with his friend Codi Gharagouzloo, a bioengineering doctoral student.

  • First-year students Zack Gulinello, right, and Conor Gay played whiffle ball outside of Speare Hall on a warm spring day.

  • From left, Michael Barnes, a first-year mechanical engineering major, Tory Babchak, a first-year environmental studies major, Elena Shikaloff, a first-year psychology major, Averyl Freimarck, a first-year communication studies major, Kate Averwater, a second-year psychology major, and Katie O'Connell, a first-year environmental studies major, play volleyball in West Village.

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