From cooking demos to Parent and Family Weekend, this month is stocked with fun activities and opportunities to enjoy the crisp autumn weather.
Over a recent six-day span, students, faculty, and staff participated in three separate White House events that recognized contributions made in the areas of network partnerships, interfaith service, and HIV and AIDS awareness advocacy.
We asked Northeastern students on the first day of fall semester classes what they are most looking forward to this year. Here’s what they had to say.
Thousands of Northeastern students packed the campus quads on Monday for Fall Fest ’15, an annual festival celebrating the start of the new semester with music, food, dance performances, games, and giveaways. The campus-wide event also showcased the university’s more than 300 student-run clubs and organizations.
Construction continues at Northeastern’s Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex on Columbus Avenue. The 220,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to open next year. Here, university photographer Adam Glanzman gives you an inside look at the progress being made on the research hub.
Check out the amazing people, places, and events on Northeastern’s campus during the month of August as documented through the lens of university photographers Matthew Modoono and Adam Glanzman.
A courtroom rendering of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady received some unexpected attention online Wednesday. Here, law professor Daniel Medwed explains why these drawings—though not always flattering—are an important part of court proceedings.
A colorful array of flowers are in full bloom across Northeastern’s campus, thanks in part to the hard work of the Facilities Division. Check out these amazing floral features by university photographer Matthew Modoono.
Campus tours emphasize everything Northeastern offers prospective and newly admitted students. Meet the Husky Ambassadors who are leading these important presentations.
In a landmark ruling for gay equality, the Supreme Court ruled on Friday that same-sex marriage should be legal in all 50 states. Here, School of Law professor Martha Davis offers insight into the decision and what comes next.
Why leave Boston? I mean, it has practically every amenity, every resource, and every luxury you could possibly need. The standard of living, both nationally and internationally, is quite high. […]
Men’s basketball, Young Global Leaders Conference, Relay For Life, and mentoring are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
The Northeastern men’s basketball team is returning to the NCAA tournament for the first time in more than two decades. But did you know the Huskies have made seven previous appearances in the Big Dance? Here’s a look back at how they’ve faired.
The Northeastern community has flooded Twitter the past few days with excitement over the men’s basketball team securing its first NCAA tournament berth in 24 years. Here are some of the jubilant messages and photos.
Here’s a rundown of some exciting events taking place at Northeastern this month that you won’t want to miss.
It was a Wednesday afternoon, 15 minutes before quitting time. I had just graduated high school seven days earlier and had started a summer job at a small newspaper. In […]
To make trusted connections in today’s world, companies must deliver authentic stories through inspiring experiences, according to Karen Kaplan, chairman and CEO of the advertising agency Hill Holliday, who spoke on Wednesday at Northeastern’s CEO Breakfast Forum.
This guest post was written by Heather Mottau, a freshman hockey player on the Women’s Ice Hockey Team at Northeastern University. Have you ever gone to bed with four different […]
U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., a leading voice in Washington on human rights issues, visited Northeastern on Friday to discuss his work advocating for human rights across the globe and what still needs to be done.
This article was written by Lindsey Sampson, a 3rd year international affairs student at NU as a regular student contributor for The Works. Think of a few things that are the […]
This guest post for The Works was written by Zachary Williamson. Zack is a 5th year Comm-Media Studies Major and has co-oped at the New England Conservatory as a Video Production […]
Allison Walker has been working at BWR Public Relations in an exciting, fast-paced internship in the Big Apple for the past few months. Despite the high cost of living, (a […]
In his annual address to the Faculty Senate, President Joseph E. Aoun said American higher education is facing changing student demographics, a shift toward a learner-centered approach, and increasing calls to measure outcomes.
This article was written by Lindsey Sampson, a 3rd year international affairs student at NU as a regular student contributor for The Works. Career fairs are all about being remembered. You […]
This article was written by Lindsey Sampson, a 3rd year international affairs student at NU as a regular student contributor for The Works. Co-op is a unique opportunity that allows you […]
This article was written by Megan Fernandes, a 4th year international affairs student at NU as a guest blogger for The Works. 1. Don’t learn to pass, learn to understand Never […]
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 […]