A helpful guide to navigating campus

Northeastern’s campus sits on 73 acres of land, the equiv­a­lent of more than 55 NFL foot­ball fields. But the one-​​of-​​a-​​kind sanc­tuary of lush green spaces and tree-​​lined path­ways is not as hard to nav­i­gate as you might think.

Boston Phoenix archives donated to Northeastern

For nearly 50 years, The Boston Phoenix, which ceased pub­li­ca­tion in 2013, was Boston’s alter­na­tive news­paper of record, the first word on social jus­tice, pol­i­tics, as well as the arts and music scene. Now, thanks to a gift from Phoenix owner Stephen Mindich, that work will be pre­served for pos­terity in Snell Library’s Archives and Spe­cial Collections.

Thanks to Northeastern’s ‘true heroes’

The ded­i­cated and tire­less work of those in the North­eastern com­mu­nity who are on duty during snow days is the reason the campus has remained safe and oper­a­tional during the snow blitz in recent weeks.

Libraries swapping stacks for bytes

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity cel­e­brated the work of the newly cre­ated Dig­ital Public Library of America with a day­long series of work­shops focused on the future of the online repository.