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What’s in a name? A linguistics expert explains why some baby names dominate the charts year after year
A baby's feet.

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What’s in a name? A linguistics expert explains why some baby names dominate the charts year after year

From friendships to co-ops and bedazzled boots, Rebecca Bamidele urges graduates to cherish their ‘Northeastern resumes’

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From friendships to co-ops and bedazzled boots, Rebecca Bamidele urges graduates to cherish their ‘Northeastern resumes’

From TD Garden to Fenway Park, graduate student speaker Megan Carter is a hockey and academic star
headshot of Megan Carter in the flowers

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From TD Garden to Fenway Park, graduate student speaker Megan Carter is a hockey and academic star

For undergraduate commencement student speaker Rebecca Bamidele, politics and medicine are a potent mix
Headshot of Rebecca Bamidele.

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For undergraduate commencement student speaker Rebecca Bamidele, politics and medicine are a potent mix

Connections and Wordle games from the New York Times are wildly popular. Can they improve cognitive function as you age?
Person holding their phone open to a NYTimes game screen.

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Connections and Wordle games from the New York Times are wildly popular. Can they improve cognitive function as you age?

The untold story of how two Northeastern professors analyzed moon rocks for NASA a half-century ago
Robert Lowndes holding up a moon rock in green lighting.

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The untold story of how two Northeastern professors analyzed moon rocks for NASA a half-century ago

Malaria and maternity wards: This Northeastern student balances medical research and hospital work during Ghana co-op
Illustration of a student working in a maternity ward in a hospital (left) and doing malaria research in the lab (right).

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Malaria and maternity wards: This Northeastern student balances medical research and hospital work during Ghana co-op

Northeastern co-op goes bananas with Santa Rosa Primate Project in Costa Rica
A capuchin monkey in a tree.

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Northeastern co-op goes bananas with Santa Rosa Primate Project in Costa Rica

Can pottery be therapy? This psychology student thinks so.
David Chatson throwing pottery on a wheel at the Create Art in Community studio.

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Can pottery be therapy? This psychology student thinks so.

What is the ‘3 Body Problem’? Astrophysicist explains concept behind hit Netflix show
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What is the ‘3 Body Problem’? Astrophysicist explains concept behind hit Netflix show

What is a nova outburst? Astrophysicist explains science behind the once-in-a-lifetime event that will light up the sky this year
Illustration of a star-field.

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What is a nova outburst? Astrophysicist explains science behind the once-in-a-lifetime event that will light up the sky this year

Laurie Kramer makes a career of helping kids get along
A person walks in the middle of two kids outside on a sunny day.

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Laurie Kramer makes a career of helping kids get along