Faces of Northeastern is a man-on-the-street style series started by photography manager Matthew Modoono and senior writer Joe O’Connell within Northeastern’s external affairs office. Most people are familiar with the […]
A renowned author and criminology professor said that two separate incidents of burnt bodies found within a 24-hour span are not likely mere coincidence. James Alan Fox, a professor of Criminology, […]
If you’re strapped for time and cash, a certificate can be the next best alternative to the long-term investment of a master’s degree. “The certificate is great for a career […]
Ever wonder about the staying power of majors? Ben Schmidt Ph.D., assistant professor of history at Northeastern University, compiled data on the trends of majors over the past several decades. […]
As winter approaches and the temperature drops, warming up before yoga class, jogging or other forms of exercise becomes more crucial. A common misconception is that warm up and stretching […]
Cynthia Baron directs the Master of Professional Studies in Digital Media program at Northeastern University. Like most graduate degrees of this kind, the Northeastern program only emerged in the past […]
“Creative, organizational and effective.” Those aren’t the words used to describe the employee of the year, they’re 2011’s top three overused buzzwords, according to LinkedIn. Nicole Williams, LinkedIn’s connection director, […]
Justin Dowd, a student at Northeastern University, defeated hundreds of thousands of other Metro readers around the world to win a trip into space in 2014. In the coming weeks […]
Boston resident Justin Dowd has dreamed about going into space since starlight first streamed through his telescope as a little kid.
In what is being billed as the largest anti-bullying event in the nation, thousands of Bay State teens will gather today at Northeastern University to talk about preventing the sometimes […]
Got nothing to do and feeling too hungover to drink again — or just don’t feel like drinking at all?
Many were surprised to learn that an earthquake that occurred in Virginia could be felt as far north as Toronto and as far south as North Carolina.