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“Northeastern has allowed me to explore and achieve my highest potential. I attribute that success to the help and guidance I've received as a student.” says Meeta Chhabaria, MS in Finance'22

A new supply of baby formula will bring much-needed relief to families across the country. While it's not a quick solution, Nada Sanders of Northeastern says, it's a great first step.

The pandemic, along with the war in Ukraine, caused supply chain issues that led to some ingredients and packaging materials becoming less available. How do we prevent it from happening again? Northeastern faculty weigh in.

On Thursday, May 12, the D'Amore-McKim School of Business hosted a graduate celebration reception at Matthews Arena. The celebration was followed by the graduate Commencement cermony the next day, Friday, May 13. Aniyah Smith, MBA'22, was selected as the student speaker to deliver remarks at the graduate Commencement.

On May 12th, the D'Amore-McKim School of Business graduation celebration was hosted in Matthews Arena, followed by the Commencement ceremony at Fenway Park the following day.

Buy-now, pay-later apps are rising in popularity among Gen Zers. But do the downsides outweigh the convenience? Two Northeastern experts weigh in.

“Without having a formal education in the field, my knowledge was limited to my experiences. I wanted to learn more about marketing and earn a graduate certificate to provide myself access to more career opportunities in the future.” says Danielle Cochran, Graduate Certificate in Marketing'21

“The graduate certificate was the perfect mix of entrepreneurship and innovation coursework that helped me explore career paths while building the skills to grow my career at BCG.” says Jay Addo, Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship'21

“As I explored how to break into the field, it became clear that an MBA was what I was looking for — a diverse and multifaceted degree that would equip me with the necessary skills to be a consultant.” says Camille Super, MBA'22

The baby formula shortage has left families scrambling to feed their children. Northeastern faculty explain why breastfeeding—or buying breast milk—isn't necessarily an easy solution. Photo by Paul Hennessy/Getty Images