The week of events was organized by the Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education (NUCEE) alongside several student groups, including on-campus venture accelerator IDEA, Entrepreneurs Club and the Social Enterprise Institute (SEI).
This semester, the Student Government Association (SGA) at Northeastern has been working on several initiatives aimed at improving the university for students, faculty and staff.
Northeastern’s Sacred Space was filled to capacity on Monday as students, faculty and staff came together to honor the hundreds of lives lost in Thursday and Friday’s terrorist attacks in Baghdad, Beirut and Paris.
This Saturday, dance groups from throughout Boston will gather to perform in the World of Dance (WOD) competition, mingling with dance professionals and masters of the craft.
Game enthusiasts will come together in January in the nation’s capital to play indie games at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Attendeesof Indie Arcade 2015 will be able to play a variety of video games, board games and everything in between, including one developed by a team at Northeastern.
Meredith Parmalee, a senior international business student from Albany, N.Y., made headlines when she decided to knit her way through the New York City (NYC) Marathon.
The new Center for Advancement of Veterans and Service members (CAVS), dedicated to helping student veterans find job placements, was announced by Northeastern University on Wednesday.
A mass of protesters chanting pro-worker slogans and carrying orange-emblazoned signs stared down Green Line trains outside Northeastern University (NU) on Tuesday afternoon.
Northeastern University students, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and citizens throughout Boston will join thousands of people across the country on Thursday to participate in the Million Student March.
A group of three Northeastern University researchers – agraduate student, undergraduate and professor – are changing the way material scientists and engineers can 3D print small devices.