Alan Stone was the architect of many presidential speeches in the early 1990s. As the 2016 campaign enters the home stretch, we asked him to share his experiences, tips, and what it’s like to hear a president speak words you’ve written.
“We need to build what I call a robot-proof education,” President Aoun said on Wednesday. The comments came during a HUBweek panel discussion about the role higher education should play in building the 21st-century workforce.
Students this weekend will move into off-campus housing around Boston. We spoke with the Off-Campus Student Services and compiled this list of helpful tips to help ease the stress of the big day.
A recognized leader in sustainability practices, education, and research, Northeastern will take an innovative additional step to address the global challenge of climate change.
In the wake of Tuesday’s terrorist attack at an Istanbul airport, Northeastern confirmed that students on university programs in the region are safe, and the university is working to contact and offer support to more than 100 Turkish students.
Northeastern students living and working in London explain what it has been like to witness the lead-up to today’s historic referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union.
Think your work environment is hectic? Imagine trying to complete a task with an air tank strapped to your back as you get tossed around by ocean swells. Working underwater can be daunting, but these three divers wouldn’t trade it for anything.
Pursing a career in marine science requires a deep affection for aquatic environments. So we asked faculty and staff at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center what they find so fascinating about the ocean.
The Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court ruled recently, after hearing arguments from a Northeastern School of Law alumna, that the commonwealth must specifically adhere to mandates that call for significant emission reductions by 2020, a ruling that Northeastern environmental law expert Lee Breckendridge says is influential and demonstrates the role courts can play in addressing climate change.
While at Northeastern, Stevens developed his passion for helping inner city youth through civic engagement and experiential learning opportunities. Stevens delivered the student address at the Torch Scholars ceremony last week.
Thursday night’s festivities on Centennial Common will give graduates and their guests a chance to celebrate before Friday’s Commencement. The free event will feature food, live performances, and a Class of 2016 timeline created by graduating senior Julia Wilson. And be sure to check out the Northeastern Snapchat account for highlights from the event.