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Murphy Wonsick, E'20, and Velin Dimitrov, E'16, work on Valkyrie, NASA's humanoid robot prototype, in the Action Lab in Richards Hall on Monday. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
The massive bleaching of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is even worse than anticipated, according to new research released earlier this month. We asked Northeastern’s Justin Ries, a marine geologist, about the significance of these findings, why the destruction has been so swift and severe, and what this level of damage means for the health of our ecosystem.
Students cast shadows walking past Richards Hall last week. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Global reporting Journalism student selected for New York Times global reporting experience
Northeastern senior Aneri Pattani has worked in newsrooms across the U.S., amassing an impressive portfolio of coverage. Now she is headed to West Africa, where she will join Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof on a reporting trip focusing on global poverty issues.
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Swathi Chandrashekaraiah, MS'18, plays pool in the Curry Student Center on Tuesday. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University…
Internet of ThingsNortheastern researcher to co-lead groundbreaking NSF initiative to advance wireless communications
Northeastern professor Tommaso Melodia has been named director of research of the Project Office for the National Science…
Cuba partnershipNortheastern signs historic agreement with University of Havana
President Aoun signed the agreement—the most comprehensive academic initiative by an American institution in Cuba—last week during a…
There’s No Type of concert like it: Kesha and Rae Sremmurd will headline SpringFest this year, with opening act Atlas Genius, on April 8. Tik Tok…Tickets for students go on sale at 9 p.m. on Wednesday.
Jonathan Marrero, left, and Kevin Wong, both E'17, work on their robot for a class in Hayden Hall on Wednesday. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Joey Frangieh, AMD’12, is the co-creator and director of a new production, Finish Line: A Documentary Play About the 2013 Boston Marathon, that brings to the stage the stories of real people—using only their own words, verbatim. The show runs through Sunday at Boston’s Shubert Theatre.
Researchers, coders, librarians, activists, and students will gather at Northeastern on Friday to identify and archive a range of federal science and environmental databases, websites, and other resources—the latest in a series of “data rescue” events that are part of a national grassroots movement.
Final exams for the spring semester are less than one month away. Here are some tips for maximizing your study time and achieving your academic goals, with insight from two experts.