Deep Thoughts on Your Early 20s

I spent five of the most formative years of my life in Boston, Massachusetts. At this point, besides the town I grew up in it is still the longest I have lived anywhere. It very much made me who I am today, and I absolutely love it to pieces. But with this most recent visit…

What Boston Gave Me

As far as I’m aware, I really haven’t had that first love yet. Plenty of great likes, sure, and even a few good heartbreaks, but never that can’t live without you, you are the music in me love. Something so big, your world is forever changed because of it, and no matter what happens you know you’ll…

Northeastern Bucket List

I don’t even know where to begin when thinking about this past semester. All I know is somehow I made it out alive on the other side, and that means this is it. I have exactly one year left at Northeastern, 362 days until I graduate and my undergraduate career is over. Real, world here…

8 Reasons to Join Relay for Life at Northeastern

Walking into Matthews, I didn’t know what to expect. I had heard about the people. I had heard about the games. I had even heard about the music, but what I found in that arena that night was far more overwhelming. There were massive group zumba lessons. Yoga sessions. Strangers introducing themselves and playing pick…

31 Reasons You Should Go to Northeastern

Deciding where to go to college isn’t always easy. Every school may seem great for different reasons, and it can be tough to tell where you will really fit in from a couple pamphlets, brochures, or books full of statistics and dated opinions. Enter this list. Maybe you’ve heard of Northeastern University before, maybe you…

Hannah’s Links of the Week // April 24th

The internet is awesome. Every day brings countless new opportunities for killing time and having fun doing it right to our fingertips. But remember, not everything has to be a complete waste of time! Here are five ways to procrastinate right now that your future self may actually thank you for! Write a letter to…

It’s February.

And it’s already been one heck of a year. Last fall I rushed Sigma Sigma Sigma and it completely changed my Northeastern experience. Looking back I can see now that our amazing dialogue in Rome was the start of something even bigger. On that trip, I bonded with three of my future sisters, which led…