Holiday Cards for Hospitalized Children

During our December Pack Meetings, the University Scholars assembled over fifteen large fleece blankets to donate to Project Linus and the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter. We hope these will be of use to those experiencing the cold of our New England winters. While teams of Scholars put together the no-sew blankets, other Scholars worked on […]

The Scholars Ground Rules

During our orientation session, our group of Scholars established a set of common ground rules that will govern our interactions with one another over the course of the year. Scholars Ground Rules 2013 How do we create a group culture that is rigorous, supportive, exciting, and collaborative? Be timely. Positive energy and outlook, keeping an […]

Tyler Hall to Speak at Open Classroom

On Wednesday, April 3rd at 6:00 PM, University Scholar Tyler Hall will be giving a presentation at the Open Classroom Lecture Series regarding the Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement. This movement is the largest mobilization of students for an environmental cause in history, with campaigns underway at over 250 campuses nationwide. The class organizers have never […]

Winning the Web Development Prize

When I sat down to register for my first college classes, I was faced with a grand array of choices.  I, as an International Business major, was to choose a science or technology course as my elective for my first semester at Northeastern.  Options such as Natural Disasters and Catastrophes, Astronomy, and Biological Oceanography presented […]

Blizzard Nemo

  During the week before the storm, our campus was in a tizzy of excitement about the approach of Blizzard Nemo. Nemo did not disappoint and our University Scholars seemed to have a lot of fun out adventuring in the snow!