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Northeastern Adopts New Sustainability Program

This week, Northeastern University became Boston’s first college to join the Real Food Challenge, which is a national campaign through which colleges pledge to purchase […]

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Northeastern Sailing

Former Olympic coach and 12-time U.S. Sailing team member Jonathan Farrar, Northeastern’s new head sailing coach, rips apart the myth that sailing is easy. “It’s […]

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Northeastern To Go Smoke-Free

Northeastern University announced Monday that its campus will go completely smoke-free beginning fall 2013 in an effort to improve campus-wide health, making it one of […]

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High-Tech Healthcare Is In Your Future

Personalized healthcare? There’s an app for that. Five faculty members at Northeastern University are harnessing the increasingly high-tech aspects of medical care (see our story […]

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Meditation Is About More Than Inner Peace, Study Says

People who practice meditation often do so for individual health benefits like reduced stress and improved mental health. But new research from Northeastern University’s Social […]

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Every College Student in Boston Spent the Storm Making the Same YouTube Video

Boston’s multitudes of college kids had a lot of time on their hands while snowed in by last weekend’s blizzard, and according to our calculations, […]

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Work Out Like: A College Hockey Player

The team takes the ice for practice at Northeastern’s Matthews Arena. Photos by Jamie Ducharme Syracuse can have basketball and Alabama can have their football […]

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Northeastern President Welcomes (and Fears) Online Education

Image Credit: SignalPAD via Flickr Northeastern University president Joseph E. Aoun recently penned an op-ed piece in the Globe saying that, thanks to massive and free online […]

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Rankling with U.S. News and World Report College Rankings

U.S. News and World Report released their annual list of college and university rankings yesterday, and Boston-area schools are well represented yet again. Harvard and […]

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Park It: Getting to the Harbor Islands

How do you get people to get beyond the city limits to explore the Harbor Islands? A study in approaches: 1) You design a public […]