The young humanitarians in the university’s chapter of Circle K International completed more than 2,800 hours of community service during the 2015–16 academic year. “Being able to help someone who can’t help himself is what humanity is all about,” said club member Ashley Frizzell.
Elliott Bowles, DMSB’16, earned his pilo’s license in 2013, and now pilots the skies over Boston. He recently invited university photographer Adam Glanzman along for a ride.
Photos by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University Rob Moura is a huge hockey fan and will be among the Northeastern faithful watching the Huskies compete in the NCAA tournament Friday afternoon. But […]
Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University It’s been well documented that the Huskies’ 2015–16 campaign has been a tale of two seasons. Northeastern started out with a record of 1–11–2, but […]
Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University The Huskies’ thrilling run to the NCAA tournament in Cincinnati marks a welcome return for Northeastern’s Jerry Keefe. Keefe, who is in his second season as […]
For students staying in Boston for spring break, we’ve compiled a list of fun activities to try during the week off as well as a rundown of what campus services will remain open.
Check out the amazing people, places, and events on Northeastern’s campus during the month of February as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
The university community gathered for a “Fat Tuesday feast” at Northeastern Dining’s 15th annual Mardi Gras celebration on Tuesday, which featured contests, live jazz band, Mardi Gras novelties, and traditional New Orleans fare.
Northeastern students took advantage of their day off to play in the snow and catch up on schoolwork.
Check out the amazing people, places, and events on Northeastern’s campus during the month of January as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
Northeastern, on Tuesday, refuted claims made by Boston city councilors Tito Jackson and Josh Zakim regarding the university’s strategy to respond to a possible active-shooter situation on campus. In a letter to all members of the Boston City Council, university officials noted that “NUPD officials made the Boston Police aware of the plan in mid-October, long before the issue became public.”