The Boston Symphony Orchestra

Boston is a hub of diversity and culture, something that I was acutely aware of when I initially applied to schools here. There is so much to be done and seen, and I can still remember back in the March of 2012, during my first taxi ride through the city, when I looked out of the […]

The Yawkey Boys and Girls Club

  Choosing to attend Northeastern University was no easy task for me as I had gotten numerous offers from excellent universities around the United States. Fortunately, however, I am extremely glad that I ultimately chose this university, as my experience thus far has been amazing. One activity in particular that has truly contributed to my […]

The Beginning

To be honest, I am not entirely sure what to write here.  After all, the Northeastern experience is so difficult to put into words and the unique atmosphere of the University Scholars program makes my quickly ending first semester almost indescribable. The opportunities we have been afforded are numerous and I would like to quickly […]

Husky Hockey

I have had a blast at Northeastern so far.  I managed to keep myself busy with more than just homework by participating in intramural sports, attending events both on and off campus, and joining the Baja SAE project team.  While just about everything I’ve experienced has made me happy that I came here, the single […]

The Scholars Clambake

For the first group gathering of the University Scholars, we took a sunset cruise to Spectacle Island, one of the Boston Harbor Islands. The Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion was designed by Northeastern Professor of Architecture Tim Love (his design recently won an American Institute of Architects Award), while the National Park Service audio guide you’ll […]