Four Northeastern law students delivered powerful reflections on Friday at the School of Law commencement, during which they recalled their academic experiences and looked forward to their careers ahead.
James Eggers, SSH’12, was recently accepted into the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant program. Starting next spring, he will spend nine months in a college classroom in Brazil, where he will strengthen students’ English language skills and provide insights on American culture.
Northeastern student Marvin McMoore is helping to shape the future of Boston’s late-night culture as one of two-dozen members of a task force created to investigate opportunities to enhance the city’s nightlife.
Northeastern on Tuesday hosted an employer-partner roundtable breakfast to discuss challenges and best practices for hiring recent college graduates with disabilities.
Northeastern’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders has received the 2014 Premier Chapter Award from its parent organization for bringing clean water to families in Honduras and Uganda.
Northeastern celebrated the Class of 2014 and presented honorary degrees to a group of influential leaders and scholars on Friday at the university’s 112th commencement exercises.
Emily Izzo, SSH’14, will deliver the student address at Northeastern’s 112th commencement on Friday morning at the TD Garden, where she will encourage fellow graduates to go out and explore all the world has to offer.
Northeastern University celebrated the fourth graduating class of Torch Scholars at a luncheon on Thursday afternoon.
Rachael Tompa wants to be an astronaut. The senior chose Northeastern because of its co-op program, which led to her experiential learning opportunity at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. Her next stop? Probably the International Space Station.
This year, Northeastern students launched the university’s first ever chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics—and it was a soaring success.
Photographs, oil paintings, videos, mini furniture, and a sculpture made out of colorful cough drops are among the artwork on display at Gallery 360 in a new exhibit featuring the work of talented Northeastern University seniors.
Engineering undergraduates have designed a device that detects minute movements in the eyeball to help people with locked-in syndrome communicate.