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Girls & Sex: Navigating from Shame and Regret to Integrity and Joy with author Peggy Orenstein
New York Times best-selling author Peggy Orenstein will read from and discuss her newest book, Girls & Sex. Books will be available for sale and the author will sign books after the event.
PHRGE Forum: Alfred Brownell
Alfred Brownell will speak about his time as a human rights and environmental lawyer working for Green Advocates Liberia, and how he plans to continue that work as a visiting scholar here. RSVP to Elizabeth Ennen at email@example.com.
Peter Burton Hanson Writing Prize Reception
Each year, the Department of English recognizes two undergraduate writers in English department classes with the Peter Burton Hanson Awards, one given for the best scholarly essay written by an English major and one given for the best creative work written by any...
Conversations: New Frameworks for Public Discourse
Join us for a conference featuring a broad range of award-winning journalists, innovative scholars and practitioners. The day will focus on the role of media in times of fragmentation and the creation of new tools & frameworks to promote civil discourse. Information is being consumed...
Northeastern Students 4 Giving Application Due
Our Funding Priority Northeastern Students4Giving will award a one-time grant of $10,000 to an organization striving to achieve social and economic justice for under-represented and marginalized communities. Specifically, we will fund programs that empower communities to engage with and strengthen...
Student Life Awards 2017
Hello, Student Organization Leaders! The Student Life Awards are approaching quickly, and we want to be sure you get the shine you deserve. Nominate your student organization TODAY to recognize your team for all of their hard work and accomplishments...
Women Take the Reel Film Festival: TRAPPED by Dawn Porter
A screening of the documentary Trapped by Dawn Porter, followed by a panel discussion with Professor Jessica Silbey (School of Law) and Assistant Professor Brooke Foucault Welles (Communications Studies & Network Science). U.S. reproductive health clinics are fighting to remain open. Since...
Spatializing Black People and Black Music: The Rise of Price & the Minneapolis Music Scene
Join the Department of Sociology and Anthropology's Intellectual Events Committee for a discussion on "Spatializing Black People and Black Music: The Rise of Prince & the Minneapolis Music Scene" with Dr. Rashad Shabazz, author of Spatializing Blackness. About Dr. Rashad...
On-the-spot discussion of a surprise literary text, circulated at the event. Discussion will be kicked off by Paul Babin, Patrick Mullen, Liz Polcha, and Bonnie TuSmith.
Food for Thought: Daniel Adams & Meryl Alper
Join faculty colleagues to discuss topical issues in arts, media and design. This session features brief faculty research presentations by Dan Adams (Architecture) and Meryl Alper (Communication Studies) followed by open dialog between the audience, presenters and session curators. Enjoy local food and conversation to...
Rainbow Graduation 2017
Join us to honor our graduates and celebrate our community! This annual celebration showcases LGBTQA students and graduates as well as reflects on the year with the LGBTQA Resource Center. Food will be provided. Graduates must register to participate. Email...
Film Screening: The Last Mountain & Post-Screening Discussion
Film Screening of The Last Mountain & Post-Screening discussion with producer Eric Grunebaum Film Screening of The Last Mountain, a documentary focusing on coal mining and burning in the U.S. which highlights a West Virginia community proposing a utility-scale (328MW)...