LSCC’s 26th Annual Latino/a Senior Banquet

The annual Latino/a Senior Banquet honors the triumphs of graduating seniors and celebrates the culmination of their Northeastern experience. The Banquet commemorates their hard work, dedication, and successes while celebrating that which unites us all–our culture!

Through this annual celebration, we preserve memories of the past as a permanent and enduring souvenir. The class of 2016 will become tomorrow’s professionals and leave a legacy. Today, we empower them to showcase their skills, wherever they may go. The banquet will include a 3-course dinner, cash bar, and dancing.

Event Details:

Saturday, April 16, 2016

7–11 p.m. (check in begins at 6:15 p.m.)

The Colonnade Hotel, 120 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass.

Formal attire is required.

Registration:

Class of 2016 graduating seniors: free of charge with advance registration. Email Sara Rivera by April 8 to register at s.rivera@neu.edu.

Students: $30 per person with current student ID

Non-students: $40 per person

Register here!

Contact Information:

Sara Rivera

617.373.7865

s.rivera@neu.edu


2nd Annual LSCC Alumni Brunch

Join us for our 2nd Annual LSCC Alumni Brunch to enjoy buffet brunch and cocktails! Take advantage of the opportunity to reconnect with former classmates and interact with LSCC staff! Also, come learn about the Society of Latino/a Alumni (SOLA), which was formed to ensure the continued progress and excellence of Northeastern University’s Latino community.

Event Details:

Sunday, April 17

11:30a.m. – 1:30p.m.

Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Ave., 6th Fl., Boston, Mass.

Registration fee is $20 per person

Note that this is a 21+ event

Click here to register!

Parking pass for 795 Columbus Ave. garage will be included in the confirmation email


 

Click here to download the Latino Spring calendar!

Check out the LSCC’s full Hora del Café schedule here!

 


Support the LSCC Volunteer Team’s Collection Drive

The LSCC is leading a group of stellar students who opted-out of the traditional spring break on an Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip to Nicaragua with Outreach 360! The mission of this trip is to release the “hero within” and provide opportunities to orphaned and disadvantaged children. Volunteers will be teaching basic English conversational classes, literacy skills, and working on other community projects.

 

The volunteer team has a collection drop-off box located at the LSCC until March 1st. Below is a condensed list of items they’re collecting to bring along in their checked suitcases. Please consider making a contribution. For a full list of items, click here! 

Food

  • Pancake Syrup
  • Peanut Butter
  • Plain Spaghetti Noodles
  • Elbow Macaroni
Household Items

  • Dish soap
  • Scrubbing pads and brushes
  • Liquid hand soap
Educational Needs

  • World Map
  • Drawstring Bags
  • Pencils, erasers & sharpeners
  • Notebooks: sturdy & bound such as Mead
Sports
  • Volleyballs
  • Basketballs
  • Basketball nets
  • Pumps for balls
  • Skipping ropes


Our Community

¡Bienvenidos a nuestra familia! (Welcome to our family!) The Latino community at Northeastern University is a familia (family) of students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and friends. While our primary mission is the academic success of our students, we are equally focused on providing a culturally and socially enriching environment for all.

Our Mission

The Latino/a Student Cultural Center (LSCC) and Northeastern Latino/a Community seek to empower Latino/a leaders of tomorrow in an increasingly global environment through their academic, personal and professional development.