Using a combination of family recipes and those she has developed and refined over the years herself, Zareren Khan churned out meals for weddings, business lunches, and large corporate events before opening her eponymous restaurants in the Northern California cities...
Lisa Gozbekian, a site member for the Jumpstart branch for Northeastern, reads from a children’s book. Jumpstart distributes reading materials to preschoolers so they aren't behind when starting kindergarten.
“I think we found a different type of way to interact and make sure we create space and meet our youth and families where they’re at right now,” says Scott, who is a student in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern, studying health science.
Molly Dennie, Pauline Seremetis and Victoria Diaz are among the many Northeastern students in healthcare who have been working or serving co-ops at Boston-area hospitals throughout the pandemic.
Nursing student Sarah Calnan is working at the Boston Hope Medical Center, which is running a medical treatment facility out of the Boston Convention Center for homeless people who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.
A third-year criminal justice major at Northeastern, Annie Glass knows she will be expected to handle unprecedented, uncomfortable situations, and she is building those skills now.
Over the last few weeks, the cardiovascular intensive-care unit and the cardiac surgery floor, where Northeastern co-ops Evelyn Goroza and Thomas Cava work as patient care technicians, have been transformed into COVID-19 units—putting Goroza and Cava on the front lines of the effort to save lives.
Dahlberg, an upbeat and charismatic 23-year-old, is set to graduate in May with hopes of becoming an emergency room nurse. But graduation is far from her mind now—working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic has stolen the show.