Women’s hockey booming in Boston

The NWHL’s founder and com­mis­sioner is former North­eastern Uni­ver­sity hockey player Dani Rylan. The key dif­fer­ence between the NWHL and CWHL is the Pride’s league is guar­an­teeing a $10,000 minimum […]

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Breaking stalemate against ISIS

With ISIS drawing teenage recruits despite “the­ology of rape”; and holding ter­ri­tory against Iraqi troops, is it time for US boots to return to the bat­tle­field? GUEST: Craig Gruber, Northeastern […]

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Teenagers to terrorists?

In the wake of sus­pected ter­rorist Usaamah Rahim’s death, Craig Gruber of North­eastern University’s Home­land Secu­rity pro­gram dis­cusses how young people may become rad­i­cal­ized and violent.

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JustiServ

A Boston-​​​​based startup is using tech­nology to close a key gap in the legal world. Jus­tiServ is run by Michael Gants and his mother, North­eastern Uni­ver­sity law pro­fessor Deb­orah Ramirez. “Jus­tiServ is […]

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Market Basket: A tale of 2 executives

As Market Basket busi­ness nego­ti­a­tions go on behind closed doors, the drama of the ordeal is playing out on a very public stage. After what seemed like much silence, there came […]

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