The Mills Community Farm is 2.5 acres of organic urban agriculture with an emphasis on sustainability, education and partnerships. A year-round effort started by students a decade ago, it produces a steady harvest of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
A warm and welcoming corridor of light beckons visitors to the new stairwell of Snell Library on Northeastern’s Boston campus. Its entrance inspires Dan Cohen, the library dean, as he envisions more cutting-edge renovations on the way.
The Superior Court ruling moves Northeastern one step closer in its years-long effort to expand the marine center and advance environmental research, with particular emphasis on coastal sustainability.
Northeastern is transitioning to a new work order system, which will streamline the work order process for all users.
Batteries silently power many of the products we use daily, but when they go dead, what should we do with them? Simply drop them off in recently introduced battery recycling bins across the campus. Lithium and alkaline batteries are accepted!
When dorms were upsized to accommodate more students, and their vendor was unable to meet the deadline with the additional demand, Northeastern’s carpentry shop stepped in to fill the gap. The team worked overtime to make and install 800 bed rails in two weeks, to be ready for students by September move-in.
Cutting-edge life science laboratories, the wireless internet of things, radio-frequency simulation, additive & advanced manufacturing, as well as cybersecurity are some of the elements that comprise the recently completed LEED-certified Building 5
Patio areas are going to be installed by the Curry koi pond this summer.