Northeastern’s newest survey woke up academia today, reiterating the ever-present, looming, yet feared, truth: the higher education system needs to change, and it needs to change now.
At a school with over 16,000 undergraduates like Northeastern, cross-pollination between departments and organizations isn’t easy to enforce. “Design students keep to design students, business students to business students,” says … read more »
Over 115 countries have participated in Global Entrepreneurship Week since its launch in 2008. Here in the Hub, Northeastern University hasn’t wanted to miss out on the startup-spirited fun, and … read more »
Greater Boston’s college students have made it clear they’re ready to vote in the 2012 presidential election and, lucky for them, their schools have jumped to supporting them. From shuttle … read more »
Within the last year alone, Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator IDEA has grown from 56 to 107 companies. Last night, 40 of those companies tabled at Northeastern’s Entrepreneurship Expo (NEXPO), reflecting … read more »
I’m a 17-year-old college freshman at Northeastern University and I joined Testive, an ed-tech startup in Cambridge. I’m reprimanded frequently by college students and startup vets on why taking that … read more »
With the Republican National Convention kicking off next week and the Democratic National Convention a week later, Northeastern has launched a free, nonpartisan website, called “U.S. Political Conventions & Campaigns,” … read more »
Ready or not, students are coming back to Boston. The first flood will likely be the class of 2016 — those incoming freshmen with a panicked look in their eyes … read more »
Since 1992, the Princeton Review has annually ranked “The Best 377 Colleges.” From the “Most Accessible Professors” and “LGBT-Friendly” schools all the way down to the schools with “Lots of … read more »
Roland Fomundam grew up in North West Cameroon, traveling to the United States to attend Northeastern University. What he carried with him on his journey, passport in hand, was the … read more »
Every day spent sitting in a cubicle at work marked just another day the founders of Off The Grid Excursions (OTG) were planning their next trip. “We wanted a break … read more »
Four semesters and nearly $60,000 in funding later, six startups are ready to launch out of Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator IDEA and into Boston’s startup scene.