The History on Huntington Ave: The Building of Northeastern’s Boston Campus virtual tour covered new stops on campus (like the ISEC pedestrian bridge) and stops that no longer exist (like the Boston Opera House that stood where Speare Hall is today). Basing the format off of the Boston walking tours our presenter, Dianna Bronchuk, MS’19, would lead, this tour covered Northeastern’s history from the humble beginnings at the YMCA on Boylston Street to acquiring the Massachusetts Horticultural Building this past February. Photos of campus throughout the 121 years from the library’s digital repository and add in some YouTube videos to give more of an effect of Northeastern’s transformation.
A lot of great memories and information was shared – from the cars students drove to the meet-ups they had at Ryder’s.
Everyone is welcome to enjoy the recording on the Northeastern University Alumni YouTube Channel.
Join Usama Fayyad, of the Roux Institute, and Ricardo Baeza-Yates, of Northeastern University, as they unpack the ethics of Artificial Intelligence in our modern world.
Join the Kluge Center for an interview with Beth Simone Noveck, Northeastern’s Burnes Center for Social Change director, on her book “Solving Public Problems.” In her book, she digs into the details of how government can engage citizens and make use of innovative tools to address the pressing issues democracies face today. “Solving Public Problems” […]