Inventive, thrilling, flourishing. Experiential, transformative, connected. Global, urban, network. Opportunity, passion, fearless. Inspiring, supportive, home. These are just a handful of the many responses the university community provided to last week’s […]
Dozens of Northeastern students braved ice, snow banks, and slush puddles to help the city shovel out following record snowfall in recent weeks.
Inspired by President Joseph E. Aoun’s call to action in his State of the University address, we started #TrueNortheastern to gather personal stories about what it means to study, teach, […]
Last week, our #TrueNortheastern question asked how Northeastern has made you more global. Your responses revealed a campus community that is global, diverse, and engaged with the world. Experiential learning opportunities […]
Northeastern University students came together with community members on Monday for the annual MLK Day of Service and Leadership, a daylong community service effort held in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
From Timehop to Runkeeper, students share what apps they can’t live without.
College of Arts, Media and Design lecturer Sophia Ainslie and a group of her students are creating a dynamic mural in the Ryder Hall lobby—which is the latest installment in Northeastern’s Public Art Initiative.
The Northeastern community gathered at the university’s Veterans Memorial on Tuesday for an annual ceremony to recognize all who have served in the U.S. military, especially Northeastern students and alumni.
Northeastern celebrated Parent and Family Weekend, as students, their families, and the rest of the university community came together to experience a host of exciting campus events.
A new mural on the exterior of West Village H displays photos taken by students who have participated in Dialogue of Civilizations programs in Cuba, where they used their cameras to explore the island nation’s culture.
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Northeastern’s new artist-in-residence, plans to turn campus into a temporary hub for artistic activism.
Biology major Lena King was captivated the first time she saw an open bee hive. On co-op at a Boston-based beekeeping company, she’s observing the world of the queen bee and researching ways to help honeybees survive.