Teaching the language of baseball

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity junior Roberto Lavin tutored prospects in the Dominican Base­ball Academy run by the Boston Red Sox, which will host their Opening Day at Fenway Park today.

Human trafficking in Thailand

Alexandra Wolf Inter­na­tional Rela­tions, 12’ Global co-​​​​op in Mae Sai, Thai­land For the last five months I have been working at the Devel­op­ment and Edu­ca­tion Pro­gramme for Daugh­ters and Communities […]

From undergraduate paper to global policy document

Co-​​op with secu­rity think tank in Switzer­land enables inter­na­tional affairs major to take her climate-​​change research to another level

Health care lessons, from inside a new culture

Dia­logue of Civ­i­liza­tions expe­ri­ence in Israel teaches Bouvé stu­dents to focus on the com­mon­al­i­ties, acknowl­edge the differences

Using the arts to foster cultural learning

On co-​​op in Bali, North­eastern stu­dent develops new edu­ca­tion cur­riculum for stu­dents – while lever­aging his own appre­ci­a­tion for the­ater and drama

From Northeastern lab bench to field test in Africa

Ven­ture firm founded by recent alumnus is bringing solar food dryer devel­oped by North­eastern stu­dents to farmers in Cameroon

3Qs: For Middle East peace, more heat than light

The prospects for peace between Israel and Pales­tine, and U.S. policy on the com­pli­cated issue, cap­tured the world’s atten­tion ear­lier this month, as Pres­i­dent Obama deliv­ered a major speech on the Middle East, fol­lowed by a day­long meeting between the pres­i­dent and Israeli Prime Min­ister Ben­jamin Netanyahu and Netanyahu’s sub­se­quent address to Con­gress. Kim­berly Jones, a fac­ulty asso­ciate in Northeastern’s Middle East Center for Peace, Cul­ture and Devel­op­ment, assesses the impact of these developments.

Shaping communities through social justice work

Global women’s rights activist and lawyer urges North­eastern law school grad­u­ates to pick up the mantle of public service