Compiled by News Staff Thursday, Aug. 29, 9:08 a.m. Facilities reported a man bathing in the fountain near the Egan Research Center. The man was last seen walking into Shillman Hall. Officers spoke to the man, who is not affiliated with the university. Officers gave him a pair of socks and boots and sent...Read more →
Northeastern’s scientific milieu gathered in the Cabot Center on Thursday for the annual Research Innovation and Scholarship Expo (RISE). Hundreds of posters permeating the arena showcased the research projects of students, representing a wide range of disciplines and striving to offer practical, original solutions to realistic problems in their respective industries.Read more →
It was barely seven hours before when Jennifer Pflug, indifferent to the mid-April chill, left her sweatshirt near the starting line. She knew it would be donated to Big Brother and Big Sister.
Her Team Perkins singlet, worn with pride, proved she was no stranger to acts of charitable kindness. She knew, too, that she...Read more →
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) representatives met Tuesday with Laura A. Wankel, vice president of student affairs, and Robert O. Jose, associate dean for cultural and residential life, to discuss the reinstatement of the club for next semester.Read more →
Six months into the Northeastern adjunct professors’ campaign to unionize, the effort has gained momentum as the Boston City Council unanimously passed a resolution April 4, urging Northeastern and other universities to support adjuncts and remain neutral in the election process. Northeastern adjunct Anne Fleche received the resolution alongside part-time professors from Boston University...Read more →
Growing up, Rose DeMaio, a fourth year computer science and communications dual major, knew she wanted to become fluent in different coding languages like Python, just as her parents did. It was natural for her to get into the technical field like her parents, who are engineers, and enroll in Northeastern’s College of Computer...Read more →
Students looking for a nighttime snack will now have more on-campus options as a fleet of late-night food trucks cruised to the Northeastern area earlier this month. Read more →
Entry of the week: Saturday, March 29, 12:03 a.m.
A student reported men burning jerseys in the alleyway behind 27 Symphony Rd. Officers responded and spoke to the subject, who was disgruntled over a sports team draft. No fire or smoke was in the area upon the officers’ arrival.Read more →
Looking to make the once modest, commuter school an internationally recognized name, Northeastern has recently announced plans for three new satellite campuses across the globe. Currently, the university boasts two graduate campuses outside of Boston, one in Charlotte, N.C. and one in Seattle, Wash., but according to the office of the president, Northeastern has...Read more →