A new course launched this summer by John Auerbach, director of Northeastern’s Institute on Urban Health Research and Practice, looks at the history of food in the U.S. and the policies that regulate its purchase, distribution, and consumption.
“You may think I’m insane and you’re right,” said Alessandra Ciucci, an ethnomusicologist and a full-time lecturer in the Department of Music, when she suggested we listen to the sounds of countries […]
Eating fish, berries, and dark chocolate could help you ace your final exams, says nutrition instructor Christine Clark.
On Tuesday, Northeastern’s International Student and Scholar Institute cooked up a traditional Thanksgiving meal for students, faculty, and staff, who also learned about the holiday’s history and culture.
Christina Ferrara, a chemical engineering major who has her own food blog, ran a cooking demo recently as part of Food Justice Week.
Two Northeastern alumni are looking to bring fruits and vegetables to Boston’s neighborhoods via Fresh Truck, a bus that would be converted into a mobile produce shop.
Our picks for local restaurants to check out during Restaurant Week.
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 […]
By Sarah Moomaw, journalism, ’13 Citizen Public House and Oyster Bar, a chic neighborhood tavern located behind Fenway Park, hits a home run with patrons who seek moderately priced cuisine in […]
Many Americans live in neighborhoods that make it difficult for them to eat well, says health expert Mari Gallagher