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Join us for an event featuring poster presentations from Northeastern doctoral students on interdisciplinary topics in the field of healthcare and networking
Expert panelists will discuss the impact of AI on world politics and global governance and more!
Please join us for Northeastern’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony, honoring all members of the university community who have served their country with distinction. Reception to follow in Raytheon Amphitheater. Business attire requested.
In this lecture, historian James Loeffler looks back at a terrifying pogrom that took place in Chicago in 1949, and the ensuing court case that nearly changed the course of American civil rights history.
Brent Forrester won his first Comedy Writing Emmy at age 25 for his work on “The Ben Stiller Show.” He went on to write for “The Simpsons,” helped launch “King of The Hill,” and was a writer, producer and director at NBC’s “The Office” for seven seasons. He’s written for “Late Night with Conan,” HBO’s […]
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Omicron chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated, Northeastern’s first historically African American fraternity. All alumni are invited and encouraged to attend.
Join us for an evening with award winning actress Selenis Leyva! This event is the first of the 2023-24 Latinxs and Comedy Speaker series, hosted by the Latinx, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies (LLACS) Program.
Celebrate Pride Month with Northeastern’s LGBTQA+ Network at one of our exclusive alumni events!
Bring the whole family to the Boston Children's Museum for a day of fun playing with electronic games invented by current Northeastern students in the Cornerstone of Engineering course. These students are excited to share and have their hard work be put to the test with your help!
Kiese Laymon is a Black southern writer from Jackson, Mississippi. In his observant, often hilarious work, Laymon does battle with the personal and the political: race and family, body and shame, poverty and place.