Our university photographers picked their favorite photos that they took of the Northeastern community this year. Check out the amazing people, places, and events on Northeastern’s campus from 2015.
The Northeastern community celebrates the holidays on campus, as seen through the lenses of university photographers.
Check out the amazing people, places, and events on Northeastern’s campus from the month of November as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
University photographers explored campus to document the beauty of Northeastern in the fall. Photos by Matthew Modoono and Adam Glanzman.
Christina Ferrara, E’16, is currently on co-op at Ocean Spray. From working to increase plant efficiency to taste tests in the lab, Ferrara has learned what life is like working for one of the largest grower-owned cooperatives in the world.
Looking for some new ways to enjoy New England’s crisp fall weather? Here we share some of Boston’s best fall events and activities happening this month.
Many businesses and services offer special student discounts. Here, we share some tips for how you can use your Husky Card and student email address to score deals around Boston and online.
Thousands of Northeastern students packed the campus quads on Monday for Fall Fest ’15, an annual festival celebrating the start of the new semester with music, food, dance performances, games, and giveaways. The campus-wide event also showcased the university’s more than 300 student-run clubs and organizations.
Construction continues at Northeastern’s Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex on Columbus Avenue. The 220,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to open next year. Here, university photographer Adam Glanzman gives you an inside look at the progress being made on the research hub.
Savor the last few weeks of summer with this bucket list of Boston activities to enjoy before the fall semester starts.
Northeastern’s broad investment in the city of Boston—through both financial and in-kind support of services and community-based programs—totals more than $27 million annually.
Staying in shape this summer doesn’t have to cost a fortune with these free fitness classes around Boston.