Students attend interfaith leadership forum

A group of North­eastern stu­dents and staff from the Center for Spir­i­tu­ality, Dia­logue and Ser­vice attended the annual Inter­faith Lead­er­ship Insti­tute in New York City to share and develop strate­gies for pro­moting their inter­faith work.

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Intelligence, religion, and the twisted-​​up mind-​​game that is statistics

Poten­tially sur­prising fact: there’s a pos­i­tive cor­re­la­tion between ice cream con­sump­tion and drowning deaths, as one goes up, so does the other. At first glance this sounds pretty hor­ri­fying, but, […]

3Qs: A new model of religious and spiritual life on campus, and beyond

Alexander Lev­ering Kern, the exec­u­tive director of Northeastern’s new Center for Spir­i­tu­ality, Dia­logue and Cul­ture, says stu­dents need basic under­standing of reli­gion and cul­ture to tackle soci­etal challenges.

Designing social change

North­eastern graphic-​​design stu­dents share in an award for an inter­na­tional mul­ti­media exhi­bi­tion on cul­ture, immi­gra­tion and stereotyping.

3Qs: Northeastern novelist speaks of “vision”

Eng­lish pro­fessor Gary Gosh­garian talks about his upcoming new book, “Tunnel Vision,” the ori­gins of his pen name and the secrets of fiction-​​writing success.