We appreciate our generous Giving Day fund challengers! Their generosity created a 2:1 challenge, so every dollar you give doubles because of their gifts.

– Robin, DMSB’82, & John, DMSB’80, Devereux
– Stan Sutula, DMSB’88

Between now and April 11, 2019, the Northeastern community will come together for a fundraising event to support the programs, teams, and initiatives that make our university so unique.

Chocolate milk isn’t just for kids anymore! Josh Belinsky, DMSB’17, and Manny Lubin, CAMD’15, founded Slate, a company that makes chocolate milk with less sugar and more protein. Belinksy and Lubin have received support from IDEA, Northeastern University’s student-led venture accelerator, and now 25 students are conducting market research for the company as part of Keith Smith’s course.

“The support of the faculty, along with the scheduling flexibility post corporate residency, allowed me to accelerate achieving both degrees while working in just two years,” says Wilkins.

Here’s what two Northeastern students found.

“The analytic, technical skills, and the corporate connections that the school has will give students the experience and maturity to pursue their careers,” says Young.

Is a podcast the new YouTube video? Molly Beck, DMSB’09, thinks so. Beck recently founded, a site that enables users to record, edit, and publish their podcasts for free.

Mavrck, developed by Lyle Stevens, DMSB’09, Sean Naegeli, E’11, and Chris Wolfel, DMSB’13, offers businesses a fraud detection algorithm to determine who is consuming their content. In a social world full of bots, can this make a real difference?

Craving Asian cuisine for lunch at Northeastern University? There’s an app for that. Mash Pham, DMSB’17, MS’17, launched MoMoLunchBox, a startup that delivers Asian fusion to customers who live within three miles of the Boston campus.

Christal Desmarais, MBA’18, was named one of Poets&Quants “Best & Brightest” Online MBA students. Desmarais was one of 40 learners to be honored, including fellow Northeastern University student Sako Eaton, MBA’18.