Archives and Special Collections Acquires The Boston Phoenix
In September 2015, Phoenix owner Stephen Mindich donated the paper's archive as well as its sister publications to the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections. For nearly 50 years, The Boston Phoenix was Boston’s alternative newspaper of record, the first word on social justice, politics, as well as the arts and music scene.The physical collection is available in the Archives for research and perusal.
New: GIS and Data Visualization Drop-in Hours
This semester, Bahare Sanaie-Mohaved and Steven Braun will hold weekly, informal drop-in hours for students and faculty interested in Geographic Information Services and Data Visualization. Whether you need help with specific projects or just want to know what GIS is, all are welcome. Walk-in hours are every Thursday afternoon from 2:00 to 3:30pm in CoLab D, on the first floor of Snell Library near Argo Tea.
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Spring 2016 Events and Workshops
From exploring the history of Boston's neighborhoods, to introductory workshops in the 3D printing and recording studios, to a storytelling slam with Foundation Year students, this Spring's events at Snell cover a range of topics.
Support in Your Subject Area
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