NUPolitics is WRBB’s politics podcast – bringing you the latest global, local, and student government news. Straight to the chase and nonpartisan, NUPolitics is your one stop shop for everything political you need to know as a Northeastern student. From global politics that affect international students to Northeastern student elections to breaking local Boston news, this is your place to get informed.
NUPolitics Ep. 3 - NU Democrats & 2018 Midterm Elections
In this episode of NUPolitics, Jake Willis interviews head of the Northeastern University College Democrats, Chris Mirabella, and they discuss student activism in the wake of the 2016 presidential election. Additionally, Caleb Driesman interviews Dr.…
huNU Ep. 2 - Exchange Student Life & Chi Sigma
In this episode of huNU, Yazmine Lomax interviews Canadian exchange student Majka Hahn about her experience studying in the United States at Northeastern. Bradley Fargo interviews Zach Lowen about his computer science fraternity, Chi Sigma,…
huNU is a podcast that brings you stories of the humans of Northeastern University. Our school is the home of over 400 student clubs and organizations with an undergraduate student body of over 13,000 individuals. Of all the students that you walk by on a daily basis across Centennial Commons, through Snell Library, or in your classes, who knew they had such interesting stories to tell?
Brain Waves is WRBB’s academic podcast. Content will be academic in nature and may include interviews with professors and students about their research or other academic subjects. We believe that learning doesn’t have to just take place in the classroom – it can also happen over the airwaves! Whatever your major or other academic interest, Brain Waves is sure to deliver interesting and exciting new things to learn.
Brain Waves Ep. 2 - Game Design & History of Labor Unions
In this episode of Brain Waves, Jake Willis interviews Professor Celia Pearce about game design at Northeastern and Gatsby Smith interviews PhD student Simon Purdue about the influence of labor unions throughout the history of…
360 Huntington Ep. 2 - Museum of the NCAAA & Cheap Eats in Boston
In this episode of 360 Huntington, Yazmine Lomax interviews Edmund Barry Gaither, who has been Director and Curator of the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA), and Special Consultant at the Museum…
360 Huntington is a podcast that brings you information on interesting things to do in and around the Greater Boston Area. Founded 388 years ago in 1630, Boston is a rapidly evolving city filled with rich history and countless urban attractions. Whether you’re new to the city or have lived in Boston your whole life, 360 Huntington has got you covered for some unique weekend plans.