On Change and Uncertainty (& surviving an admissions cycle)

Victoria Shen/ Cell and Molecular Biology, COS ’21 Well, it finally feels like fall in Boston. While walking through campus this past week, it hit me that it is indeed fall, and I have just about one month left before I can change my LinkedIn bio from “Northeastern University Cell and Molecular Biology B.S. candidate” … More On Change and Uncertainty (& surviving an admissions cycle)

Boys of Summer II

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

Deep Dive into Dorc Diaries

This post is Article #1 of a series featuring Dorcas Olatunji, a first-year Economics and Business Administration student. My name is Dorcas Olatunji and I am a first-year student studying Economics and Business Administration at Northeastern University. I am a changemaker dedicated to building communities through experiential learning, public service, and civic engagement. I experienced … More Deep Dive into Dorc Diaries

MBTA Adventures Part 1 | Featuring the Green and Blue Lines

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

Where To Get Support: Mental Health Resources at Northeastern

Megan Baumgarten // Psychology Major, COS ’23 Mental health should be considered just as important as staying active, taking care of your body, or taking care of your hygiene. Unfortunately, in today’s society, this isn’t as present in our culture as we would like to believe. While the pandemic has brought upon a new perspective … More Where To Get Support: Mental Health Resources at Northeastern

Roomie Traditions!

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!