Jonah Webb – Finance and Math Combined Major, DMSB/COS ’21, Waterville, Maine My dad loved reading me books before bed growing up: classic literature, from Where the Red Fern Grows to The Catcher and the Rye. One of the books that stuck with me the most was The Boys of Summer, where author Roger Khan … More Boys of Summer II
Kaia Cooper // Business Administration Major with Concentrations in Management and Marketing, DMSB ’22 Hello Hello Hello!! Welcome Aboard Kaia’s MBTA Adventures! My name is Kaia, I’m a third year business student and today I’ll be your conductor! For those of you who may not know, the MBTA is Boston’s public subway system and between … More MBTA Adventures Part 1 | Featuring the Green and Blue Lines
^^Actual caption on my Instagram post on that day in high school when you wear your college t-shirt for the day. I posed with my two now best friends as we proudly repped our Northeastern gear in front of our high school. Katie Wolfendale, CSSH ’23 // I don’t know about you, but one of … More I Love my N(u)ew Friends!!
Katie Wolfendale, CSSH ’23 // Ah, mid-November. If you had to choose, what would be your favorite thing about this time of year? Maybe it’s the foliage, or that Starbucks is starting to come out with their winter flavors (I’m looking at you, venti peppermint mocha w/ oat milk). For me, though, my favorite part … More Roomie Traditions!
Katie Wolfendale, CSSH ’23 // In all honesty, I had never quite pegged myself as a “Sorority Girl.” Not that I had any negative preconceptions – it was actually quite the opposite, as my only sorority exposure was Elle Woods in Legally Blonde – and who wouldn’t want to be Elle Woods? But that being … More A Sneak Peak of Going Greek!
Katie Wolfendale, CSSH ‘23 // Hi everyone, and welcome back to me shamelessly finding excuses to talk about how much I love fall via this blog. Last time we talked about some music that just hits good in the fall, but what kind of fall enthusiast would I be if I didn’t follow up with … More F is for Fall (… and Foodie)
Katie Wolfendale, CSSH ‘23 // One of my favorite things about Boston is that we truly experience all four seasons. Winter brings on at the very least consistently below-freezing temperatures (and at the most, blizzards nearly every weekend); Spring usually means flowers blooming, and quite the bit of rainfall; Summers in Boston are hot and … More Your Ultimate Fall Playlist
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
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?