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Gideon

Back in the year 2011, one of Northeastern University’s beloved students received the Gideon Klein Award for the years 2011-2012. Emili Kaufman got the award for her exceptional analysis of the artwork of Felix Nussbaum. He was a surrealist painter of German origin, who was killed in one of the Nazi concentration camps in 1944 at Auschwitz.   It was actually put forth to honour Gideon Klein...

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corals

To all the marine life buffs, it is a well-known fact that photosynthetic algae, very comfortably, resides in corals. Not only do they get a nice little ‘coral’ roof for them, but the algae help its ‘home’ by turning the available carbon dioxide into coral food. This co-operative exchange, however, is slowly nearing its end, due to the acid in the ocean and warm temperatures....

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co-op

Jackson Ibelle, a Northeastern University student, and his co-op life took a ‘foodie’ turn when he found out he was assigned to be responsible for organising the biggest fundraiser of that year, by the name ‘The Foodie Crawl’. His co-op was with East Somerville Main Streets, which is a nonprofit organisation, striving to improve the life of East Somerville Community. “I grew up in a...

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predictable

Albert-László Barabási is a popular network scientist, who writes books on some of the most intriguing topics. In fact, the latest book of this Northeastern University’s scientist focuses on how much human behaviour is predictable. The book ‘Bursts: The Hidden Pattern Behind Everything We Do’ and its publication, was preceded by a web experiment, which will sort of explain how networking basically works.   This web experiment...

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baker

In 2009, Shalanda Baker, a newly appointed Northeastern University professor with expertise in the interplay between global energy transition, climate change, and indigenous rights left her job as a project finance lawyer at a big global law firm and booked a one-way ticket to Latin America. Baker recalls, “Witnessing the massive bailout of the financial sector had not only left me disillusioned about the stability...

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Northeastern University Boston is all known to create one of the beautiful brilliance of human excellence. It was on the 3rd of December this week when the city faced some serious climatic conditions. The frosty weather created adverse consequences, the campus was covered with massive snow with a dense cover of around five inches the university then relied on the campus management authorities as to...

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  Who does not dream of welcoming and affordable housing communities? One such dreamer is Claire Coletti who did her graduation and masters in Architecture from Northeastern University. Coletti belongs to the transgender community and believes that it is her unique vision that drives her to explore inclusive architecture. It is her desire for leading a “normal life” that has helped her in her field of...

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climate change and its effects on people

The change in climate around the world is not only affecting the ecosystem and the environment but it has adverse effects on humans as well. Ysabelle Kempe is on a journey to chronicle the effects of climate change on people across the United States. The journalism student at Northeastern University has taken up a long journey to cover various places and topics across  the States....

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blossom!

Tirelle Barron, Northeastern University's beloved student, was busy searching for a book in the Snell Library, when he found something he is passionate about. Digital Media Commons recording studio is on the second floor of the Library and is one of the campus’ hidden gems. It has absolutely everything that an artist would need to create his masterpiece. A drum set, a bass, a guitar,...

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