The Huskies vs. Red Sox Cookout and Spring Training Game is returning in 2023! After many months of separation, we are thrilled to be bringing our community back together for this wonderful tradition. Enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch, hear from Red Sox and Northeastern players and coaches, and celebrate the camaraderie of your Northeastern community.
It really is the most wonderful time of the year! Celebrate the holiday season with the Northeastern Florida community. Join your fellow Huskies from the Florida area at the popular PopStroke restaurant for great conversation while reminiscing about your favorite times on campus and your plans for the season.
With the opening of our new Miami campus, we invite you and the Northeastern Florida community to join Senior Vice President for Global Network and Strategic Initiatives Mary Ludden for a night of cocktails, conversation, and coffee.
Join Northeastern Alumni as they gather together for a great day of fall fun. Go through the pumpkin patch, enjoy carnival rides, and taste the great fall foods. Great for all generations of huskies.
In 1994, the Latinx Committee, a group of NU faculty, administrators, staff, and students proposed a unique plan: a Center that they could call home. Their vision was to create a Center in which people could come together and share their academic struggles and achievements, as well as their culture. In 2022, we aim to celebrate 25 years of the LSCC. Please join us for a night of fun, friendship, reminiscing and story telling.
Join the Tampa Bay Area Northeastern Network for a day at the ballpark. Watch as American League East Rivals, The Boston Red Sox take on the Tampa Bay Rays.
The brain is the most complex and least understood organ in the human body. We learned about a few of the technologies that will define the future of how we study and treat brain diseases, injuries, and traumas. Following brief presentations from industry experts, Hilary Loftus, PNT’14, Health Education Director at the HOW Foundation of S. Florida, moderated a conversation to dive deeper into their work.
What does Henry David Thoreau’s retreat into the natural world at Walden Pond have to do with our modern culture of distraction and technological immersion? We learned how Thoreau’s interest in the peace of nature was fueled by his distress at the information culture of the 19th century when the telegraph brought news to Americans at a startlingly brisk pace and the railroad moved goods across the country with breathtaking speed. Thoreau is one of our earliest writers about technology overload, and wrote powerfully about the need to rest the mind and retreat from eternally asking, “What news?” We took a look at how Thoreau also understood the possible interweaving of technology into nature, as in his fascination with the telegraph wires and trains that ran right past Walden pond.
The last few years have brought greater public awareness to the state of policing, including police officers’ relationships with local communities, internal dynamics and policies within police departments, and the public call for increased transparency. Watch this to recording to hear from two Northeastern University experts, Professor Jack McDevitt and Professor Amy Farrell, as they shared research into the reforms sweeping through police departments across the country. Our speakers had a robust conversation about the movement towards increased accountability in policing and the impacts on both communities and police departments.
While the holidays looked a little different in 2020, the Northeastern Florida community still connected with fellow members and expand their networks – virtually. Alumni and parents from across the state of Florida participated in a lively, moderated conversation and shared fond memories of times on campus.