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For Northeastern's 125th birthday all 13 global campuses celebrated in a grand fashion.

A Founders Day mural invites students to share their aspirations for themselves and the university.

The Tea Shop at Northeastern's Oakland campus will start brewing Equator coffee, a certified B Corp co-founded by Helen Russell, DMSB'88. “We are a great fit for Northeastern because we prove that business can be a force for good,” Russell says.

Gary J. Young says that the full body MRI trend is not just about the astronomical costs to individuals but about the additional strain on a system that already relies too heavily on imaging and not enough on preventative measures.

This summer saw the rise of Swiftonomics, and this fall is seeing her conquer the NFL and voter registration. Yakov Bart says her reach now “extends to all domains of life.”

Tyler Farley, DMSB'19, works to bring entrepreneurial resources to all Northeastern students as the Mosaic program manager. Andrew Shenouda, Khoury'25, DMSB'25, credits Mosaic with helping his own venture get off the ground.

Meet the 29 full-time faculty members joining D'Amore-McKim this fall; a group with boundary-spanning expertise that will deepen the school's interdisciplinary reach.

Juan (Johnny) Garibay Atef, DMSB'25, and Alexis Hooks, DMSB'23 offer advice to younger Huskies just beginning their journeys at Northeastern.

First-year Ethan Burne is starting his D'Amore-McKim journey in Oakland. He looks forward to the experiential learning opportunities that await him. “I liked the idea of the Northeastern co-op experience. I liked the idea of engaging in the real world,” he says.