Launching Northeastern into a new realm of research and accommodating students’ growing interest in science- and engineering-related fields, the university’s new interdisciplinary science and engineering complex (ISEC) is slated for completion in fall of 2016. It will be the first development dedicated to private research in Roxbury.
Voting on the future Student Government Association (SGA) president and executive vice president as well as various referenda is set to open on myNEU on Thursday, March 26. The two platforms, IgniteNU and EngageNU, are driven by Eric Tyler with Morgan Helfman and John Finn with Neel Desai, respectively.
For those on campus who are frustrated by low phone batteries halfway throughout the day, WrightGrid, a startup founded by Northeastern alumnus Ryan Wright (CoE ‘09), now provides a solution.
Kevin Mayer, a sophomore communications and film studies major at Northeastern, died suddenly on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. He was 19 years old.
Project Heal, a national nonprofit, is working toward funding vital treatment options for patients suffering both emotionally and financially as they seek treatment for eating disorders. Senior journalism major Genevieve Decatur recently founded the Boston chapter of the program, hoping to bring the treatment-funding program’s message of positive change to her local community.
Courtney Kielman, a senior international affairs major, was selected to serve as one of 120 student ambassadors from American universities at the the 2015 World’s Fair in Italy, serving as representatives of the United States’ vision for food sustainability.
The Student Government Association (SGA) voted on potential referenda for the annual student government elections on Monday, March 16. The referenda gives the student body the opportunity to vote on ideas deemed feasible, fair and in accordance with university policy by SGA.
The Studio Theatre, nestled snugly between Ell Hall and Curry Student Center and home to more than 50 student productions a year, is getting a facelift.
Forbes Magazine has selected Nidhey Pan, a freshman business major with a dual concentration in entrepreneurship and finance, to be featured in an upcoming issue for his entrepreneurial efforts. Pan has also received an invitation from the magazine to attend the Forbes Reinventing America Summit in Chicago on March 11 and 12.
Northeastern took first place for the fourth consecutive year in the 30th annual Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) conference in Washington. The Husky delegations representing Germany and Croatia placed first and third, respectively.