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The concept of “fake news” has been in the real news almost daily for more than a year. While separating fact from misinformation has always…
Assistant professor Christoffer Holmgård, who joined Northeastern’s faculty this semester, is using artificial intelligence to study and improve how video games are designed and played.
David Heilbroner, L’84, attended the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday in support of his latest film, Traffic Stop, which was nominated for best documentary short.
In the hours immediately following last week’s shooting in a Florida high school, dozens of news organizations used a misleading statistic to characterize the frequency…
Cookbook authors and food experts Marilynn Brass and her sister, Sheila, have won hearts, minds, and taste buds with their PBS series, The Food Flirts.
Tyler Blint-Welsh’s work experience at newspapers across the country has prepared him for a career as a reporter. But his next job, he says, will…
Protest signs from the 2017 Women’s March still exist. They’re available as a searchable digital archive, thanks primarily to the efforts of several Northeastern professors.
Sophie Shrand, S/AMD’11, liked science as a kid, but didn’t have female scientists to look up to—except Ms. Frizzle, the red-haired, 4th-grade science teacher in…
It all started with an Alaskan outhouse race. David Rothstein, L’97, had just graduated from Northeastern law school and had accepted a clerkship with the…
History of comics
Hillary Chute’s new book, Why Comics: From Underground to Everywhere, examines the history and culture of comics. It delves into the superhero phenomenon but also…