In recognition of its forward-thinking approach to food, Northeastern Dining was invited to join the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative, which promotes interdisciplinary research and practice to offer healthier, more sustainable menus in dining halls across the country.
As Northeastern prepares for the arrival of thousands of students back to campus for the fall semester, the university will house more students than ever before.
The dedicated and tireless work of those in the Northeastern community who are on duty during snow days is the reason the campus has remained safe and operational during the snow blitz in recent weeks.
Meet some of Northeastern’s storm heroes — committed staff who have helped to keep the university running, campus clear, and students fed during Boston’s historic winter.
Eat more veggies, drink less soda, and enlist the moral support of family and friends, recommends Northeastern dietician Christine Clark.
While campus life at Northeastern quiets down over the remainder of winter intersession, some university services will remain open during that time for those still on campus.
Eating fish, berries, and dark chocolate could help you ace your final exams, says nutrition instructor Christine Clark.
Starting this month, Northeastern is partnering with the Massachusetts Farm to School Project and its Harvest of the Month campaign to promote healthy food choices by students.
The International Village dining hall reopened Thursday after a series of summer renovations. The revamped facility now includes new stations for guests with food allergies and a preference for kosher food as well as halal protein and a “Deli-To-Go” program.
The university is the first in Boston to sign on to the “Real Food Challenge,” a commitment by higher education institutions to purchase at least 20 percent of its food from local, fair, and sustainable sources by 2020.
The newly renovated center reopened Tuesday featuring a host of new eateries and expanded seating space.