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A Venetian Masks Workshop
Come join NUICS to celebrate CARNEVALE and eat CANNOLI! At this event you will learn about the history of Italian Carnevale from its origins to today, with a special focus on Venice. Come decorate your own mask and indulge in...
Annual Carnevale Kick Off!
Come one, come all, Carnevale is about to begin! Stop by to see representatives from all events occurring Carnevale, and sign up to attend these exciting events! Performances, treats and prizes are all part of the fun! No registration required.
The World in Your Cup: Conversations on the Politics and Culture of Coffee
When you hold a cup of coffee, you hold a world of issues in the palm of your hand. Join us for the World in your Cup: Conversations on Politics and the Culture of Coffee series, curated by Erika Koss,...
Join us at the LGBTQA+ Resource Center and the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service for a new monthly series on mindfulness. Come learn what mindfulness is and some techniques you can use! The first monthly meeting Monday!
Frankenstein and the Golem: How ancient tales can inform modern biotechnology
Lecture by Dr. Paul Root Wolpe How do societies think about regulating and controlling new, powerful advances in biotechnology? One way is to encourage scientists to think about science as an ethical activity, to use their moral compass in their...
2nd Annual Bajo La Misma Luna Pilgrimage
Interested in Interfaith Leadership, Border Justice, Native Issues, and Desert Spirituality? Join CSDS on the 2nd Annual Bajo La Misma Luna Pilgrimage to Tucson, Arizona! May 9th-16th, 2017 Tuition: $1000 (partial scholarships available) Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Dismantle Retreat: Deconstructing Power & Privilege Application Deadline
Hello, and thank you for your interest in Dismantle! The goal of this retreat is to convene passionate students who are interested in exploring the magnitude and complexity of power and privilege, while building their capacity to evolve as impactful and self-aware leaders. This...
Dream Big at the Engineering Expo
Northeastern University's Center for STEM Education* will be hosting elementary students from two local Boston schools to learn about our campus and Engineering. The Center for STEM with the support of our undergraduate and graduate students will offer over 1,000...
“Cool Women / Hot Careers” Day
This Society of Women Engineers sponsored program is an all-day event for high school girls (typically sophomores & juniors) and their parents to find out more about engineering. The day starts out with a welcome Continental breakfast, several information presentations,...
Transitions in the U.S. Democracy: The Presidential Inauguration, Policies, and Protests
The U.S. presidential election and the transition between administrations raise important questions about democratic institutions and the responsibilities of citizens. An interdisciplinary panel of Northeastern experts considers the broader forces that have shaped and emerged from the events associated with...
Teaching Gender, Race, and Citizenship in the Time of Trump
The rhetoric of Donald Trump and his supporters draws sharp divisions between included and excluded subjects based on features of identity that are central analytic categories for many of us in our teaching and research: gender, race, citizen status, and...
Making Music, Making Community: Lesbians, Feminism and the Women’s Music Community
Jo Reger, Professor of Sociology and Director of Women and Gender Studies at Oakland University in Michigan.