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Students are reflected as they walk past a mural by John Park in East Village, called "Reality Check II,” on Thursday. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Ten million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020. But that so-called fleet of the future brings with it some very serious concerns about cybersecurity. We asked professor Engin Kirda—a systems, software, and network security expert—to explain how automakers are working to keep autonomous vehicles safe from hackers.
Sheetal Gandhi, S'17, dances with her partner Assaf Shahar in the fourth floor lobby of the Behrakis Center last week. They were practicing for an upcoming ballroom dance competition. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Torch Scholar Northeastern student reflects on meeting with President Obama
Over the past few years, Malachi Hernandez has become one of the leading voices for President Obama’s My Brother’s Keepers initiative, a nationwide effort aimed at empowering boys and young men of color through education and job training. “I never say ‘no’ to a young person,” he says. “I always try to help as much as I can.”
Supreme CourtTrump’s Supreme Court selection and what it means for the court, nation
President Trump announced his nominee for the Supreme Court on Tuesday, selecting Neil Gorsuch, a judge on the…
Research awardsResearcher honored for developing cutting-edge technologies to speed up data processing, storage
Assistant professor Yongmin Liu won a prestigious National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development award for his work…
Tina Turner posed the question in 1984. This Valentine’s Day, we asked professor Laura Dudley, director of Northeastern’s Applied Behavior Analysis program, for some answers.
A nor’easter pummeled the Boston area on Thursday with more than 10 inches of snow, while more snow fell throughout the weekend. And Northeastern’s new weather station captured all the action. The university recently installed the weather station on the roof of the Renaissance Park building that is equipped with a suite of atmospheric sensors…
Students share a moment on Centennial Common in between classes on Monday. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Robert DeLeo, speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, drops the puck before Friday night’s men’s hockey game against Massachusetts. DeLeo, a Northeastern alumnus, was sporting a Hockey East championship t-shirt celebrating the Huskies’ title-winning run a season ago. Photo by Jim Pierce for Northeastern University
Northeastern’s Massachusetts campuses will operate on a delayed schedule today. Classes with a scheduled start time before 10 a.m. are canceled. Classes with a start time at or after 10 a.m. will meet as scheduled. Administrative offices will open at 10 a.m.