Katie Wolfendale, CSSH// I make no claim to be a psychic, but hear me out: I distinctly remember filling out my Common App for Northeastern fall of my senior year of high school, and coming to that little box with a rather direct question that looked a little like this: “Would you be interested in … More So You Wanna Talk About N.U.in…
Molly Wilson, COS ’21 // It feels odd to say, but, nearly four years ago to the day I write this, I boarded a plane bound for Montreal, Canada and stepped off into the four-month-long adventure that was my first semester of college. I remember being so nervous as I said my final goodbyes to … More NUin: Four Years Later, and Still No Regrets
Jake Wilson, COE ’21 // Biking! You know, the thing that most people learned at 5 or 6 while I somehow managed to have training wheels until I was the ripe old age of 11. You might be asking yourself why I, a fifth year senior studying Chemical Engineering, is starting a blog for the … More Biking in Boston
Emily Keith, CSSH ’21 // Coming to school in Boston is quite the adventure itself. There are tons of fun things to do in the city every day, so you’ll never get bored. That being said, sometimes it’s nice to explore somewhere new for the weekend, take a break from classes, or use your time off … More Fun Getaways from Boston!
Claire Pettit, CSSH/CAMD ’20 // Let me paint a picture for you. The day was Wednesday March 11th, the time was somewhere around 1:00 pm, and I was sitting in class listening to my professor deliver a lecture. That’s when phones started buzzing and laptops chimed in unison as we got the notification that Northeastern … More So Your Darkroom Photography Class Just Went Virtual – Now What?
Jared Stone, COS ’20 // As Northeastern students, we have access to a wide range of resources across our campus and throughout the city of Boston. Let this list be an introductory guide to what I think are some of the most notable locations, people and general Northeastern lingo to look out for when you … More Northeastern A to Z
Jared Stone, COS ‘20 // The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) or simply the “T” is our local public transportation system in Boston. Besides connecting you to any number of locales around our great city, it also serves me well when really trying to drive home a particularly pun-derful joke. Inspiration for this post comes … More So You WanT To JeT SeT on The T?
Emily Keith, CSSH ’21 // The summer between my 1st and 2nd year on campus I got a job as an orientation leader, which meant spending my entire summer on campus. I was so excited to make a lot of new friends and most importantly not to have to spend 4 months back home. Being an … More 5 Lessons from an Orientation Leader
Once upon a time, i.e. three-ish years ago when I was in high school, all I knew regarding college was where I wanted to go to school. I remember sitting at my kitchen table some cold evening in September, filling out my Common App. As I filled out the application for Northeastern specifically, I scrolled … More Goldilocks and the Three Majors
Emily Keith, CSSH ’21 // Coming to college means lots of studying, you’re here to get an education! There are tons of different places to get your study on around campus so I’ve collected some of the most popular places below and given you the rundown. Different types of studying often require different places so choose … More Which Study Spot is Your Go-To?