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Welcome Week & First Pages 2016

 Schedule of Honors Welcome Week Events 2016 for First-Year Students ALL EVENTS ARE MANDATORY Friday, September 2rd, 7:30pm-9:00pm, Centennial Common Evening Ice Cream Social Come to mingle with upper class Honors students! Rain location: Curry Indoor Quad Saturday, September 3th, check in at 7:30am, Forsyth Street Circle Team Building Retreat at Warren Conference Center Check… Read more »


Healthcare in the Himalayas

Trekking in Nepal’s Himalayan Mountains is no easy task. Upon arriving at Kathmandu airport in the middle of the night, a staff member from Himalayan Healthcare ushered me into a car, temporarily relieving me of my large duffle-bag and trekking pack that contained the clothes and supplies I would have with me during the next month in the mountains where I would live in a tent without running water.


Welcome Week & First Pages 2015

Honors community members come together to introduce first-year Honors students to the opportunities and challenges of the Honors experience.



Buffalo River National Park

The people you meet and the natural landscapes you see will touch your life in ways you would have never imagined.


Welcome Week 2014

From busting a move at the Honors Barbecue, rope-climbing at the Ashland Ropes Course, or sampling delicious cupcakes at the Honors Induction Ceremony, our first-year students settled into their new home at Northeastern in style!


Welcome Week & First Pages 2014

Honors community members come together to introduce first-year Honors students to the opportunities and challenges of the Honors experience.


Day 15: Feeling Legit

After mastering our first course on Moorish Spain, Honors DOC was ready for our second course and the change of scenery from the South to the Camino de Santiago in the North of the country. After a two-hour train ride and a four-hour bus ride, we arrived in Cacabelos, Leon, our starting point on the… Read more »


IMPROVing Your Leadership

I am grateful for this opportunity to improve my leadership skills, and I’m definitely glad I applied.


Honors Leadership Institute

Where the Institute excels is in making students harness their already present skills and turning those skills into effective tools that one can lead with.