It’s one more example of spreading fallout from the partial federal government shutdown: Some two dozen active-duty U.S. military personnel beginning classes next week at Northeastern University were going to … read more »
At this time, there are few clues to what motivated Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis. Sources tell the Associated Press that investigators have found no manifesto or other writings suggesting … read more »
Dan Lebowitz, executive director of Sport in Society at Northeastern University, joined NECN to look at the more widespread issue of hazing. “You would think that there would be a sense … read more »
One big way that former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis came to statewide fame – and ultimately the 1988 Democratic nomination for president – was as a late 1960s crusader against … read more »
What in the world happened to Aaron Hernandez? A $40 million athlete with enormous gifts and seemingly a ton of gratitude for opportunities given and taken? “You have to look at … read more »
Northeastern University assistant professor David Kimbro, a wild oyster ecology expert formerly with Florida State’s Coastal and Marine Laboratory, called Alligator Harbor a “marginal habitat” for oysters. Because of its … read more »
In New England, musician Annie Lennox spoke to Berklee College of Music while World Bank president Jim Young Kim addressed the students walking the stage with degrees from Northeastern University.
“It’s a tragic thing and it’s connection from that event to this event is that’s something that vets experience on a daily basis over there. So you can imagine they’re … read more »
here are are no final answers to the motives of the Tsarnaev brothers, but there is informed analysis. Criminologist James Alan Fox, a professor at Northeastern University, is the author … read more »
Northeastern University is one of 13 colleges in Massachusetts and Vermont involved in the program, which reaches children in 18 affordable housing communities throughout the two states.
Wednesday morning’s Green Line fire wasn’t just an inconvenience for MBTA riders — it was also an opportunity for Mass. Governor Deval Patrick to make a point about his new budget. … read more »
In a city built and defined by its miles of red-brick mills, call this a mill for the 21st – and 22nd – centuries: the new Mass. Green High Performance … read more »