Northeastern engineers go looking for potholes

Most Boston-​​​​area dri­vers will spend the next couple of months dodging the craters left behind by our brutal winter. But a team of engi­neers at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity will go looking […]

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Northeastern agrees to partial payment to city

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity recently retroac­tively paid the city of Boston $886,000 to help cover the costs of munic­ipal ser­vices after the school faced crit­i­cism for failing to give any­thing this past […]

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Baker panel to focus on job training plans

Walker, the labor sec­re­tary, said the new work­force skills cab­inet will try to better con­nect industry not just to com­mu­nity col­leges and voca­tional high schools but to the state’s career […]

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Capital campaigns grow in frequency and duration

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity built in such a regrouping period before launching its cur­rent $1 bil­lion cap­ital cam­paign in 2008. It did that, according to Joseph Don­nelly, the school’s vice pres­i­dent for […]

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Telecommuting won’t fix snow woes

When I called Barry Blue­stone on Tuesday (to inter­view him for a dif­ferent column), he was at home get­ting work done — responding to e-​​​​mails and so on. That’s what […]

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Anjimile shares the stories behind five of their songs

Anjimile is a Texas-​​​​born indie-​​​​rock singer cur­rently enrolled at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, and get­ting ready to launch their first full-​​​​length studio album, “Human Nature,” in March. They pair a soulful croon […]

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