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February 11, 2016

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Thursday, February 11, 2016

NU professor develops new glucose monitoring system -

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ATHENA to research R5 robot -

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Coalition bumps old common app -

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NU issues campus hoverboard policy -

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IDEA named fifth largest investor -

Thursday, January 28, 2016

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University hosts open forum for second academic plan -

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NUPD guns prompt hearing -

Thursday, January 28, 2016

NU adjuncts win contract for next three years -

Thursday, January 21, 2016

NU launches analytics boot camp -

Thursday, January 21, 2016

HackBeanpot event returns to Cambridge -

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Northeastern plans residence hall on Burke Street -

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

University receives grant to expand nanomedicine -

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Q&A: Jessica Feldish, Director of HEAT

Executive Director of HEAT Jessica Feldish. Staff Photo/Matt Greene

By Zack Sampson, News Staff

Huntington News: What is HEAT?
Jessica Feldish: In two words, it’s the environmental club … It’s a social club but we also volunteer in our community a lot and we focus on making Northeastern a more sustainable institution.

HN: What are some significant things HEAT has done in the past?
JF: Trash2Treasure is a HEAT event that was started four years ago … Do it in the Dark as well is a competition between residence halls to see who can reduce their energy consumption by the largest percentage.

HN: What is HEAT planning to do this year?
JF: Last year we really tried to look at the recycling infrastructure of Northeastern as part of a larger campaign and we’ve made a lot of success with working with the administration to update and address student concerns for the accessibility of recycling, so we’re going to continue the work on that.

HN: What is the biggest challenge Northeastern is facing and how can HEAT help?
JF: The average Northeastern student experience, they don’t know why we have [sustainable technologies], they don’t know why it’s important and they don’t really leave Northeastern with a general education of why sustainability is so important. So I’d really like to integrate more into the student activities, student life side.

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