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La Pachamama y El Pueblo Art Contest
Rethink Rubbish: What's in your trashcan? How is it contributing to our global waste problem? Join us to discuss the problem, and brainstorm solutions to dying fish and overflowing landfills. You have two hours to create something beautiful out of...
NU Pride Winter Mixer
Happy 20'gayteen everyone!!! Come celebrate the new year and beginning of the Spring semester with us at NU Pride's Winter Mixer! There will be lots of delicious FREE food and beverages, as well as many queer folks you can meet...
Taste of the Diaspora
This Black History Month finale event will feature foods from throughput the African Diaspora. The event will provide a space for staff, students, faculty and alumni to connect while enjoying food and music from the African Diaspora. Sponsor: The John...
Northeastern’s Black Faculty and Staff Recognition
This annual lunch honors Black staff for their commitment and service to Northeastern and/or the Institute] 11:45am-1:00pm.
Family Feud: Black History Edition
Come out and join Graduate Student of Color Collective (GSCC), Northeastern Black Student Association (NBSA) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) as they play some rounds of Family Feud with a twist of African American History including questions about major Activists,...
Portraits of Purpose: The Next Generation
Portraits of Purpose: The Next Generation. A Symbolic Passing of the “Torch of Justice” from Boston Community Leaders to the City’s Youth. Hosted by Boston City Hall, will provide for a symbolic passing of the “torch of justice” from leaders...
Current Politics, Economic Development, and Youth in Africa
Current Politics, Economic Development, and Youth in Africa, a talk by Pastor Toli Krua. Co-Sponsored by the Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies, the Northeastern School of Law, the Northeastern African Student Organization, and the John D. O’Bryant African...
Natural Resources and Economic Development in Africa: Liberian Experience featuring Alfred Brownell
Natural Resources and Economic Development in Africa: Liberian Experience featuring Alfred Brownell Co-Sponsored by the Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies, the Northeastern School of Law, the Northeastern African Student Organization, and the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute....
“Douglass Day” Transcribe-a-thon
Time: 12:00 to 3:00 Location: 215 Snell Sponsored By: Digital Scholarship Group Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org More Information: http://coloredconventions.org/hbd Please join us for a transcribe-a-thon in celebration of Frederick Douglass! In partnership with the Digital Scholarship Group, Open Access at Snell, and the Women Writers Project, we...
It’s Carnevale time! Come see the events our organizers have planned for Carnevale month. We’ve got games, treats, and giveaways! Take a break and have some fun!
Destin(Asian) is the Asian American Center's alternative spring break program. This program will take place from Thursday, March 8th through Saturday, March 10th, 2018. Instead of traveling away and doing community service during spring break, Destin(Asian) will give students the...
Saigon by Night
WELCOME TO NUVSA'S ANNUAL EVENT FULL OF FOOD, GAMES, PRIZES, AND FUN! All for free! Saigon by Night is a festival OPEN TO EVERYONE inspired by Vietnamese night markets. We’re bringing Saigon to you through games, activities, arts and crafts,...