Northeastern architecture professor designs gateway building that is drawing a rising number of visitors to the Harbor Islands recreation area
Co-op with security think tank in Switzerland enables international affairs major to take her climate-change research to another level
Delegates to first annual World Class Cities summit seek to build winning strategies to help cities overcome their common challenges
On Wednesday, the FBI arrested notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger and his companion in Santa Monica, California, after the couple averted authorities for more than 16 years. We asked Jack Levin, the Brudnick Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Northeastern University, to assess the role of tipsters in capturing fugitives, the difficulty of living life on the lam and Bulger’s place among the world’s most notorious criminals.
Whether you prefer fried, grilled, steamed, or baked and stuffed, nothing says summer quite like seafood. And in a town like Boston, the options are endless. Here are just a few well-known spots to make you hungry this weekend.
Shaunna Harrington, CPS professor and former Boston high school teacher, assesses how educators can help boost students’ slumping test scores
As innovative dean of the College of Business Administration, Moore left a powerful legacy, including launching new global and online programs
Northeastern president’s opinion piece on CNN.com widens the debate, as he follows up with a TV interview
Northeastern students visit ninth graders in Boston to promote media literacy, and help them understand how TV and advertising messages may affect their daily lives
It’s easy to find something to do in and around Boston if you’re willing to spend money. But even if you’re keeping a close watch on your wallet, you can … read more »
Engineering undergraduates construct a microscope that can simplify and speed up the diagnosis of skin cancer
A viral marketing campaign for the summer blockbuster movie “Super 8” hit the Web more than a year before its theatrical release last Friday. We asked senior academic specialist Terrence Masson, director of the creative industries program at Northeastern, to analyze the impact of using social networks to drive audiences to the movies.