After years of watching students cringe when paying full price for textbooks at the Northeastern bookstore, the Student Government Association (SGA) is releasing an online platform to save students the sticker shock associated with purchasing texts for a full course load.
Human Resources Management (HRM) of Northeastern announced to members of the faculty senate on Oct. 15 that there would be changes to the current healthcare and benefits available to Northeastern faculty and staff.
President Aoun addressed members of the Student Government Association (SGA) Monday night, focusing on why members of the senate and the student body are the factors that are pushing the university forward.
Colleges across the nation are taking a red pen to their sexual assault policies, and in their revisions, placing new emphasis on bystanders as a powerful resource.
Director of the School of Journalism and Pulitzer prize winner, Stephen D. Burgard, died while on sabbatical at the Harvard Divinity School. His death was announced by Bruce Ronkin, the interim dean of the College of Arts Media and Design, in an email to faculty and students.
On the morning of Oct. 18 in the Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park, runners eagerly lined up for the ninth annual Mission Hill Road Race. Some participants walked the 5K, others ran, but only Northeastern’s Peter Clarke, a junior computer engineering major, and Lindsay Weigel, a senior health science major, won the race in their respective categories. With impressive times of 16:29 and 19:59, Clarke and Weigel were the first-place male and female finishers of all age groups.
Chatting over coffee comes naturally to the Entrepreneurs Club, especially when its speaker helped make a $4.4 billion company that’s dedicated to making the caffeinated beverage. Dick Sweeney, co-founder of Keurig, joined members on Oct. 21 at the Curry Student Center to talk about his success in the industry.
Seven years after being hired to lead Northeastern, and a year after launching the university’s Empower campaign, President Joseph E. Aoun is hiring his first co-op.
President Aoun earned the René Moawad Foundation (RMF) Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award at a gala in Washington over the weekend. The award served to recognize his outstanding contributions to education.
Junior journalism and marketing major Megan Haas was elected to be president of the Massachusetts Alliance of College Republicans (MACR) less than a month ago. Her antithesis, senior political science major Marvin McMoore, was elected in April to be the president of College Democrats of Massachusetts (CDM).