A group of Northeastern students and staff from the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service attended the annual Interfaith Leadership Institute in New York City to share and develop strategies for promoting their interfaith work.
A variety of video, card, and board games developed by Northeastern students were on display at the Center for the Arts’ Game Demo Day on Thursday evening.
The Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service held an interfaith vigil on Tuesday to remember those affected by the tragic events of April 15, 2013.
The John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Wednesday, the day that would have marked the civil rights leader’s 85th birthday.
A new collaboration between IDEA, Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator, and the School of Law’s Community Business Clinic offers Boston-based entrepreneurs support and free business and legal advice.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the landmark Civil Rights Act, Northeastern University has organized a yearlong series commemorating the people, events, and groups dedicated to civil rights in America and around the globe. These events include a Gallery 360 exhibit opening Thursday.
Northeastern University held a topping-off ceremony on Friday afternoon to celebrate construction crews finishing the highest part of the GrandMarc residence hall, slated to open next academic year.
Fresh Truck co-founder and Northeastern alumnus Daniel Clarke shares his experience turning and school bus into a thriving mobile farmers market.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino said on Wednesday that many of his public health initiatives have required taking political risks in order to improve residents’ lives.
It is unofficially the end of beach days and warm nights and if you’re one of the 250,000 college students that reside in this city, you’re most likely unpacking your […]
This fall’s Open Classroom Series will focus on U.S. health care reform with a particular emphasis on patient safety, Obamacare, and obesity.
Assistant professor Andrea Parker is developing mobile tools aimed at improving the health and wellness of people in low-income communities—and inspiring them to encourage their neighbors to do the same.