Our picks for local restaurants to check out during Restaurant Week.
Boston’s Big Dig — the most costly highway project in United States history — has been plagued with problems since ground was broken in 1991. Last week, inspectors discovered a sinkhole beneath the surface of the I-90 connector tunnel, possibly caused by a ground-freezing process used during construction. We asked Thomas Sheahan, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Northeastern University, to explain why the ground-freezing process was used and whether it caused the sinkhole to form.
Incoming freshman Logan Jackson brings her science skills — and her twin sister — to Boston this fall.
Incoming freshman Linda Wiinberg chose Northeastern for its experiential-learning advantages and big-city life.
An apprenticeship program hosted by Northeastern gives young actors a chance to perform Shakespeare alongside seasoned professionals.
There are few better summer foods than a tasty, juicy burger served fresh off the grill with the perfect array of fixings. Here are some of our favorite places in … read more »
Boston’s first cupcake truck hits Northeastern and gets rave reviews.
Last week, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company began its 16th annual “Shakespeare on the Common” season with “All’s Well That Ends Well.” We asked Erika Boeckeler—an assistant professor of English who recently returned from a postdoctoral fellowship at the Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif. — for some insight into one of The Bard’s lesser-known works.
Our local choices for the best of classic of down-home cooking
New co-op partnership with the city gives Northeastern students the chance to learn the art and craft of retail politics, one phone call at a time.
Our five recommendations for viewing the magnificent fireworks display that caps off each July 4th in Boston.
Director of Northeastern’s photography program explains how to take frame-worthy photos of fireworks — even with your camera phone.