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Feltner outplayed 33 other college students and to make it to the Jeopardy! National College Championship finals—and, because the episodes are filmed in advance, Feltner got to enjoy her final run with friends and family at a watch-party on the Boston campus Tuesday night.

Northeastern student Elizabeth Feltner has a chance at winning $250,000 after a tense Friday night tie-breaker during the “Jeopardy!” National College Championships. Feltner beat more than 30 other college students to advance to the final game on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

16 December 2012 – Nairobi, Kenya – Customers at an M-Pesa service outlet in Gatina slum, Nairobi. M-Pesa is a mobile-phone based money transfer and micro-financing service for Safaricom and Vodacom, the largest mobile network operator in Kenya and Tanzania. Currently the most developed mobile payment system in the developing world, M-Pesa allows users with a national ID card or passport to deposit, withdraw, and transfer money easily with a mobile device. Photo Credit: Benedicte Desrus/Sipa USA

An Adidas ad for its new line of sports bras, featuring a photo grid of topless women, made a splash online recently, prompting a mix of praise and criticism. But it may not be so black-and-white. Northeastern experts in body image and marketing weigh the pros and cons.

Northeastern business administration and political science major Elizabeth Feltner had her birthday wish come true last September, when she was told she'd be a contestant on the “Jeopardy!” National College Championship. The prime-time broadcast starts tonight (February 8, 2022) at 8p.m. on ABC.

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Michael Enright, a leading expert on global competitiveness and corporate strategy, and a Center for Emerging Markets Faculty Fellow, was named the first Pierre Choueiri Family Professor in Global Business at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business.

In a world of 7.9 billion people, some 5.57 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered globally. But in low-income countries, only 1.9% of the population has received even one dose. At the root of that vaccine inequity, say Northeastern experts, is an issue of who is calling the metaphorical shots and why.

A Delta Airlines pilot wears a face mask to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus as he walks through a terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. A key senator is asking six U.S. airlines, including Delta, to explain the high rates of delayed and canceled flights this summer, and she's asking whether there are labor shortages despite the airlines getting billions in federal aid to keep workers on the job