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Another Winter of Discontent at Northeastern?

Over the Beanpot Tournament’s 62 years, Northeastern has won only four times, most recently in 1988. Local sports poet Bill Littlefield gives his prognosis of this year in verse.

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Northeastern University Survey: ‘Generation Z’ Thinks the U.S. Is on the ‘Wrong Track’

The next generation of students getting ready to step into the world of higher education isn’t too worried about climate change, claims they always break […]

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This Is What the 2014 Northeastern Undie Run Looked Like

Every year, students participate in the Northeastern Underwear Run. Every year, they shock passersby as they breeze past in their skivvies on the streets and through the Prudential Center. […]

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Watch Northeastern’s Annual Egg and Pumpkin Drop

(See more videos and photos below.) Generally speaking, a group of college students with a carton of eggs can only spell trouble. But on Thursday, a bunch […]

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Northeastern University Student Attacked on Huntington Avenue

Northeastern University Police sent out an advisory to students early Thursday morning after a woman was reportedly attacked while walking down Huntington Avenue near Wentworth […]

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Northeastern Takes On New Program to Bring Public Art to Campus Culture

These days, Northeastern University is welcoming back more than just students to campus. As part of a new “public arts initiative,” the school will be […]

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How to Game the College Rankings

Northeastern University executed one of the most dramatic turnarounds in higher education. Its recipe for success? A single-minded focus on just one list.

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Northeastern’s Provost Is Taking a Deep Dive With Jacques Cousteau’s Grandson

Northeastern University Provost Stephen Director is embarking on a deep-dive journey in the Florida Keys to join researchers who are on a 31-day expedition with […]

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Wellness

Be Grateful: It’s Good for Your Health

If patience is a virtue, Bostonians aren’t the most virtuous lot. A population of sidewalk speeders, jaywalkers, and people who use the horn more than the […]

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Wellness

Northeastern Grad Creates Device That Promises to Change Eye Disorder Diagnosis

David Walsh knew there had to be a better way. After watching his grandmother, who suffers from age-related macular degeneration, undergo painful treatments that neither […]

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Protest Planned in Response to Northeastern Student Group’s Suspension

On Tuesday, protesters are planning to show solidarity and support for a group of Northeastern University students that recently had their organization shut down by […]

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Northeastern’s Joseph Aoun Was the State’s Best-Paid College President in 2011

The Chronicle of Higher Education released its annual list of the best paid college and university presidents, publishing the total take home pay in the […]

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Students, Organizations Open Their Doors To Those Who Can’t Go Home For Thanksgiving

Between long distance trips, expensive flights, and possibly some schoolwork to catch up on, a lot of students find themselves stuck on campus during  Thanksgiving […]

Wellness

Northeastern University Researchers Cured A Mouse With the ‘Superbug’

Northeastern University’s Distinguished Professor of Biology Kim Lewis has overcome a leading public health threat: treating and eliminating methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus, more commonly known as […]

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Our Marathon: Digital Archive At Northeastern Opens on Six-Month Anniversary of Boston Bombing

Some of the signs, letters, stuffed animals, and array of hats and shoes that once took over Copley Square following the Boston Marathon attack on […]