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Northeastern loves Paws. He loves Northeastern more.
Northeastern's husky mascot, Paws, lays down on dozens of husky stuffed animals while wearing a black suit with a red tie.

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Northeastern loves Paws. He loves Northeastern more.

From TD Garden to TikTok fame, Paws, Northeastern's husky mascot, radiates boundless infectious energy across the global campus network.
Photos: Paws, art installations and Northeastern vs. Boston Red Sox

Photos: Paws, art installations and Northeastern vs. Boston Red Sox

Ahead of spring break, students studied for midterms and worked on projects, while also enjoying warmer temperatures on the Boston campus.
Planning next steps for ‘wildly impactful’ youth summer jobs program

Planning next steps for ‘wildly impactful’ youth summer jobs program

Study shows Boston's Summer Youth Employment Program yields benefits from higher employment to improved academics.
Online disinformation and misinformation must force reporters to ‘prove’ the truth, says veteran news editor 

Online disinformation and misinformation must force reporters to ‘prove’ the truth, says veteran news editor 

Marty Baron, former executive editor of The Washington Post, shares insights into the state of journalism and online misinformation.
Northeastern honors program receives $5M from venture capitalist John Martinson. Philanthropist applauds impact of experiential learning

Northeastern honors program receives $5M from venture capitalist John Martinson. Philanthropist applauds impact of experiential learning

John Martinson, a venture capitalist and philanthropist, has donated $5M to the university to support its redesigned honors program.

Israel-Hamas War

A generational divide on views of Israel … in both parties, according to new survey 
A person in a crowd holds an Israeli flag in one hand an a Palestinian flag in the other hand.

A generational divide on views of Israel … in both parties, according to new survey 

“I think one topline finding that resonates with prior survey findings and some prior research is that there are both partisan and generational differences in attitudes towards Israel and Palestine,” David Lazer says.
Could the Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine wars escalate into World War III?

Could the Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine wars escalate into World War III?

With tensions now flaring in the Middle East and in Europe, can the two crises snowball into one global war or are they contained?
International Holocaust Remembrance Day is more important – and more complicated – than ever this year, Northeastern experts say

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is more important – and more complicated – than ever this year, Northeastern experts say

The need to understand the horrors of the Holocaust and the role of fascism and antisemitism in the genocide has added weight this year.
Will South Africa’s lawsuit alleging genocide change the course of the Israel-Hamas war?

Will South Africa’s lawsuit alleging genocide change the course of the Israel-Hamas war?

South Africa's lawsuit could change the course of the Israel-Hamas War as it puts Israel in the position to defend itself, a law expert says.
Why are women’s rights groups silent after Hamas’ sexual violence against women? Political leanings are to blame, experts say

Why are women’s rights groups silent after Hamas’ sexual violence against women? Political leanings are to blame, experts say

A law expert says it’s about time that people take a stand against the sexual violence perpetuated by Hamas in its assault on Israel.

World News

Are the Western allies still committed to helping Ukraine defeat Russia after two years of the Russia-Ukraine war?

Are the Western allies still committed to helping Ukraine defeat Russia after two years of the Russia-Ukraine war?

Who owns the moon?

Who owns the moon?

If Russia is developing some kind of space-based weapon, Putin may never get to use it. Here’s why

If Russia is developing some kind of space-based weapon, Putin may never get to use it. Here’s why

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Society & Culture

New book describes how Black Americans used the power of networks and allies to organize largest protests in nation’s history

New book describes how Black Americans used the power of networks and allies to organize largest protests in nation’s history

Integrity of ‘independent’ state traffic stop analysis questioned by Northeastern researcher who made opposite conclusions

Integrity of ‘independent’ state traffic stop analysis questioned by Northeastern researcher who made opposite conclusions

A generational divide on views of Israel … in both parties, according to new survey 

A generational divide on views of Israel … in both parties, according to new survey 

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Health

Can AI help scientists develop drugs faster? Northeastern Institute for Experiential AI explores how the emerging technology is reshaping pharmaceutical development

Can AI help scientists develop drugs faster? Northeastern Institute for Experiential AI explores how the emerging technology is reshaping pharmaceutical development

Experimental antibiotic treatment for Lyme heads for human safety trials

Experimental antibiotic treatment for Lyme heads for human safety trials

How to make mRNA therapy safe from the start

How to make mRNA therapy safe from the start

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Business

Capital One and Discover merger may be a response to an adjacent concern: the Visa and Mastercard duopoly, economist says

Capital One and Discover merger may be a response to an adjacent concern: the Visa and Mastercard duopoly, economist says

Do drug ads make you cringe? Should they be allowed? Debate follows Super Bowl commercials seen by millions

Do drug ads make you cringe? Should they be allowed? Debate follows Super Bowl commercials seen by millions

Northeastern student starts marketing agency to engage communities of color from the Gen Z perspective

Northeastern student starts marketing agency to engage communities of color from the Gen Z perspective

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Lifestyle

After 20 years behind a desk, adventure seeker starts business leading hikes in the mountains

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After 20 years behind a desk, adventure seeker starts business leading hikes in the mountains

Nike Dunks, Air Jordans, Yeezy slides: Huskick’s club is all about sneakers 

Nike Dunks, Air Jordans, Yeezy slides: Huskick’s club is all about sneakers 

Video: The story and science behind Rupee Beer, a lager designed to be paired with Indian food

Video: The story and science behind Rupee Beer, a lager designed to be paired with Indian food

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Law

Integrity of ‘independent’ state traffic stop analysis questioned by Northeastern researcher who made opposite conclusions

Integrity of ‘independent’ state traffic stop analysis questioned by Northeastern researcher who made opposite conclusions

How should social media companies be regulated? Oral arguments in Texas, Florida cases rehash theories, draw new battle lines

How should social media companies be regulated? Oral arguments in Texas, Florida cases rehash theories, draw new battle lines

Who owns the moon?

Who owns the moon?

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Arts & Entertainment

New book describes how Black Americans used the power of networks and allies to organize largest protests in nation’s history

New book describes how Black Americans used the power of networks and allies to organize largest protests in nation’s history

Beyoncé is the first Black woman to top country music charts. Here’s why that’s significant

Beyoncé is the first Black woman to top country music charts. Here’s why that’s significant

What makes a movie fight scene hit? Stage combat expert breaks down iconic fight scenes from ‘Mission: Impossible’ and ‘The Matrix’

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What makes a movie fight scene hit? Stage combat expert breaks down iconic fight scenes from ‘Mission: Impossible’ and ‘The Matrix’

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Science & Technology

Can AI help scientists develop drugs faster? Northeastern Institute for Experiential AI explores how the emerging technology is reshaping pharmaceutical development

Can AI help scientists develop drugs faster? Northeastern Institute for Experiential AI explores how the emerging technology is reshaping pharmaceutical development

Experimental antibiotic treatment for Lyme heads for human safety trials

Experimental antibiotic treatment for Lyme heads for human safety trials

Cyberattack on major health-tech company was caused by weak security infrastructure, Northeastern cybersecurity experts say

Cyberattack on major health-tech company was caused by weak security infrastructure, Northeastern cybersecurity experts say

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Sports

From Congo to Northeastern, the resilient journey of a basketball star

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From Congo to Northeastern, the resilient journey of a basketball star

‘We wanted to be the team to get it done.’ Northeastern baseball team makes Major League effort against Boston Red Sox

‘We wanted to be the team to get it done.’ Northeastern baseball team makes Major League effort against Boston Red Sox

Former Northeastern track athletes move on to next phase of running education as marathoners compete at US Olympic Trials

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Former Northeastern track athletes move on to next phase of running education as marathoners compete at US Olympic Trials

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