Michelle Calderon, shown here trying on her new line of lipstick, believes there should be safer cosmetic options for people who are pregnant. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

Mya Brown created her clothing brand, JET NOIRE, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

“D’Amore-McKim exposes its students to real-world business problems at highly reputed organizations, going beyond classroom walls. That is highly sought-after and valued in the market.”

“Many other business programs tend to attract people from similar backgrounds. But with D’Amore-McKim, students don’t just have finance backgrounds—they’re people who’ve worked with nonprofits, with hospitals, or even the U.S. Army. Everyone here is so different. I think that really helped make me feel at home.”

Yuhong Su, a business administration and design major at Northeastern, is founder of Huskick’s Sneakers Club. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

It was all congratulatory hugs and high-fives for the members of the 2021 graduating class at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

“If you’re an international student, [Northeastern] offers many ways to get involved on campus. But you must challenge yourself every day, stay open-minded, and be willing to step out of your comfort zone.”

Recent graduate Jessica Huang, who earned her entrepreneurship and marketing degree this year, created an app to help shoppers find the right fit when buying clothes online. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

CEO and Founder of Mango and Marigold Press Sailaja N. Joshi, who got her international business degree at Northeastern in 2006, reads her book Finding Om. Joshi’s business ensures more Black and brown protagonists are in children’s books. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

Madison Mailey (bottom row, second from right) celebrates winning the Olympic gold medal with her Canadian rowing teammates in the women’s eight. AP Photo/Lee Jin-man