The transformative project is the result of a unique public-private partnership that involves developing a state-of-the-art athletic complex and expanded recreation opportunities for city residents and Northeastern students.
With three co-ops, a hand in designing software for Boston Public Housing, and several campus ambassadorships under his belt, Tevin Otieno squeezed the most out of his time at Northeastern. Now he’s looking forward to taking his entrepreneurial spirit back home to Nairobi to start a company to bolster tech literacy there.
Catherine Mahan spent a semester in London working for Baroness Jennie Jones of Moulsecoomb—the only green party politician in the House of Lords—during which her research made its way onto the House floor for debate and into the British press.
Recently, Wired told the story of seven computer science-obsessed friends in Stetson West who call themselves the “Sthacks,” short for “Stetson Hacks.” The group, Wired wrote, represented one small slice of a “generation of makers and breakers” who will help “shape the future.” Two other Northeastern students—Danielle Nguyen and Niousha Jafari—were also mentioned in the piece. Here, we share more of their stories.
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