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Students Make History With Cuba Co-ops

Northeastern students Car­o­line Bynum and Made­line Drake, third-year human services major, made higher edu­ca­tion his­tory, becoming the first two stu­dents in the world to do co-​​op in Cuba…
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Published On: February 17, 2017 |
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New Group Therapy Program

The six sessions will be facilitated by two UHCS clinicians and will begin on Tuesday, February 28th at 6pm…
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Published On: February 13, 2017 | Tags: ,,,,
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No HSO meeting this week!

At our next meeting (February 16th), we will be holding an ableism workshop. This workshop will help us to become aware of and address the issues that people with disabilities face…
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Published On: February 8, 2017 | Tags: ,,,,,,
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Student Advocacy: Gun Violence Prevention Summit

Written by: Martha Durkee-Neuman I lost a loved one to a random act of gun violence when I was a young woman. In my grief and devastation, I learned about the movement against gun violence and became an advocate for gun violence prevention, and intersectionality became a touchstone of my organizing and advocacy. This past…
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Published On: February 7, 2017 | Tags: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Human Services Alum Appointed to Children’s Humanitarian International’s Board of Directors

Our very own Lauren Taylor, HS alumna, has been appointed to the Board of Directors at CHI! Check out their announcement below!   Please Welcome Lauren Taylor to Children’s Humanitarian International’s Board of Directors We welcome Lauren Taylor to Children’s Humanitarian International’s (CHI) Board of Directors. Lauren is not new to CHI. Lauren served as…
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Published On: February 6, 2017 | Tags: ,,,,,,,,
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Transitioning from Obama to Trump: A guide

“I encourage you not to think of them as iso­lated phe­nomena but to try to visu­alize how they are related to each other,” she told the stu­dents, fac­ulty, and staff who packed the room. ..
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Published On: January 26, 2017 | Tags: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Summer 1 2017: HUSV 3510 Food Justice and Community Development

Working from the foundations of environmental justice and community development, this inquiry seminar will uncover and examine through readings, media, discussions, service-learning, and field trips the key dilemmas of the food system in the U.S today. ..
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Apply for the LACLA scholarship today!

Applications are being accepted until February 24th. ..
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Published On: January 24, 2017 |
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Northeastern Community 2017 Inauguration Events

Join others from the Northeastern community to view and discuss Presidential Inauguration Events! Reflections on the Women’s March on Washington, DC and Boston Women’s March for America Monday, January 23, 2017 310 Renaissance Park 3 p.m.- Panelist comments Provided by CSSH Faculty, including or very own Lori Gardinier and Audience Discussion Presented by Department of…
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Published On: January 23, 2017 | Tags: ,,
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NU Hosting Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones January 26, 2017

Northeastern will be hosting investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones next Thursday, January 26th at 6 PM. She is nationally recognized for both her reporting on racial injustice in the United States and her work to build more diversity in newsrooms. Sign up now, and find free tickets on mytickets.northeastern.edu      

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