William Herbert, AMD’16, will soon embark on a 50-day, 17,000-mile cross-country adventure to capture the spirit of 21st-century America in prose and poetry.
The right cover letter requires much balance. A balance between individualization and professionalism, storytelling and credential listing, all while trying to look appealing but not desperate. It’s very much like […]
Whether you are an English major trying to expand your portfolio or a closet writer with a desire to be heard, navigating the world of literary magazines and journals can […]
Northeastern has joined forces with the local nonprofit 826 Boston to establish a writing center at a Roxbury school that provides students with everything from help with college essays to a quiet space for creative writing.
If asked to describe your house, what sorts of details would you include? I think I’d talk about the pink walls in my kitchen, the green tiles of my fireplace, […]
Third-year student Erica Roberts worked on international co-op in India, where she helped develop a class to teach women how to read and write Hindi.
The use of technology and the influx of international students are among the trends that will dramatically change the teaching of writing, according to Mya Poe, an assistant professor of English.
Every year the National Association of Science Writers picks a city upon which to descend. This year that city is Raleigh and on Friday, nearly 500 science writers congregated in […]
Novelist Ann Patchett discussed her book “State of Wonder” with members of Northeastern’s 115th entering class.
Northeastern faculty members have written at length on a wide range of topics. Here, we highlight the first batch of published works in an occasional feature on recent faculty books.