The campus was abuzz with excitement during Welcome Week and the start of the fall semester. Our photographers were there to document the action.
“I’m so excited we have a Swiffer WetJet now” was just one of the many declarations of success heard on Sunday at Northeastern’s annual Trash2Treasure sale. Here’s what other premium items students found.
As the new school year gets underway, Northeastern will be abuzz with campus events—from entrepreneurial opportunities to cooking demonstrations and athletics events—that you won’t want to miss.
Here is a list of must-see events and can’t-miss activities to help students get to know campus and usher in the start of the fall semester.
There was something for everyone at Fall Fest ’14 on Monday, when students packed the quads to learn how they can get involved on campus, meet their peers, and participate in fun activities.
First-year students and returning undergraduates made their way to campus last week for the start of the new academic year. More than 8,000 students are expected to move into the residence halls before classes start on Wednesday.
At the annual Trash2Treasure yard sale on Sunday, students can buy a range of gently-used dorm room essentials—from kitchenware to electronics—that their fellow Huskies opted to donate rather than throw away during the spring move-out period.
We know there’s a lot for first-year students to take in when arriving on campus and starting their first semester. So we asked upperclassmen to offer some tips on settling in and making the most of their Northeastern experience.
For new Northeastern students, Welcome Week is where college life begins. Here are some things you should know to make the most of the Welcome Week experience.
Students began moving in on Northeastern’s campus this week, and students, parents, and university departments have taken to Twitter to express their excitement for the new school year.
Here are five tips to help you navigate and make the most of the Welcome Week and move-in experience.
Katherine Boo, the award-winning author who penned Behind the Beautiful Forevers, spoke to Northeastern’s 116th entering class Tuesday night about the people, places, and inequalities in Mumbai that inspired her first non-fiction book.