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I don’t have to wear a mask anymore. So why do I feel like I have to wear a mask?
A group of mechanical engineering students hang out in front of Snell Library.

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I don’t have to wear a mask anymore. So why do I feel like I have to wear a mask?

For ideas about fighting pandemics, look to termites and ants
Associate Professor Rebeca Rosengaus studies social insect behavior and researches how insects control and contain pathogen outbreaks in their own colonies.

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For ideas about fighting pandemics, look to termites and ants

Could humans visit Venus? Here’s a plan to do just that.
A computer generated three-dimensional perspective of the surface of Venus. Photo by NASA/JPL

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Could humans visit Venus? Here’s a plan to do just that.

Should kids get a COVID-19 vaccination? Ask them.
Shivam Patel, 13, receives his first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination from nurse Diawna Jenkins as his father, Rajesh Patel, observes from the background at the Cook County Public Health Department on May 13, 2021, in Des Plaines, Ill. AP Photo by Shafkat Anowar

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Should kids get a COVID-19 vaccination? Ask them.

What do the new CDC mask guidelines for fully vaccinated people mean?
Pedestrians, some with masks, some without walk along the Las Vegas Strip on April 27, 2021

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What do the new CDC mask guidelines for fully vaccinated people mean?

What are the benefits of mindfulness? Take this interdisciplinary minor and find out.
Laura Dudley, assistant clinical professor of applied psychology, teaches yoga during an Introduction to Mindfulness class.

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What are the benefits of mindfulness? Take this interdisciplinary minor and find out.

They designed a Snapchat-like nutrition app with their grandparents’ diet in mind
Northeastern students Eva Kuruvilla, Debby Nguyen, Sohum Sheth and Sophia Tan work on a laptop on their Snapchat-like nutrition app for senior citizens, called EatRight.

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They designed a Snapchat-like nutrition app with their grandparents’ diet in mind

CDC director Walensky says ‘it’s your turn’; Impossible’s Brown advises to not let lack of experience stand in your way

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CDC director Walensky says ‘it’s your turn’; Impossible’s Brown advises to not let lack of experience stand in your way

Mortarboards, masks, and baseball mitts mark Northeastern Commencement 2021
Northeastern’s 2021 Commencement ceremonies kicked off Saturday in the historic confines of Fenway Park

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Mortarboards, masks, and baseball mitts mark Northeastern Commencement 2021

John D. O’Bryant African American Institute’s annual Baccalaureate ceremonies at Northeastern
Nicole Thomas, who is earning a Master’s degree in project management, celebrating her second Northeastern degree at the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute’s annual Baccalaureate ceremony.

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John D. O’Bryant African American Institute’s annual Baccalaureate ceremonies at Northeastern

When will the COVID-19 pandemic end? It depends on what people do as coronavirus restrictions ease.
Visitors wear face masks while watching a presentation in a theater at the Aquarium of the Pacific on its first day of reopening to public in Long Beach, Calif. on March 16, 2021.

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When will the COVID-19 pandemic end? It depends on what people do as coronavirus restrictions ease.

How Bill Detrich’s foresight led to the DNA sequencing of a rare icefish species

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How Bill Detrich’s foresight led to the DNA sequencing of a rare icefish species