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Prison Book Program Drive
Have extra printing dollars or books you don't need anymore? You're in luck!Nrhh Northeastern is collecting books and helping students print needed materials to be donated to the Prison Book Program. Stop by the Curry Crossroads or the Library Quad 11:30am-3pm on...
(Un)covering Truths: Journalism Workshop with Tyler Blint-Welsh
Join @NuOnyx at the SJRC at 6pm to learn journalism tools and techniques for how people of color can amplify their voices in the media.
CSDS and REACT field trip to “Conference of the birds”
The Conference of the Birds happening this Thursday, April 5th at 6 pm in the Sacred Space. RSVP as soon as possible if interested! Admission is free and there will be pizza and salad. Check out the flyer for more...
March ASL Coffee Chat!
Time to get together again!! Stop by the Starbucks near the Green Line - Arlington Train Station! Another great opportunity to socialize with new and old signing friends! Order coffee with the signing staff at this location! Date: Friday, March...
An actor in the Emmy-nominated TV show Stranger Things will deliver Northeastern University’s 2018 Commencement address on May 4 at TD Garden in Boston. A world record- setting sprinter will also deliver the address. So will a double below-the-knee amputee who pioneered...
Improvisation & Diasporic Memory
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Location: Cabral Center Sponsored By: Northeastern University's Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studis Contact: Stefanie Rich (firstname.lastname@example.org) More Information: https://aliciadiazdmfa.com/ In this performative lecture, dance artist Alicia Díaz will engage in an improvised dialogue with percussionist Héctor “Coco”...
Community Forum & Screening “Black Panther”
2:30PM: Attend an afternoon private screening of the historic, block-buster film, Black Panther. Ticket cost: $5.00 Regal Fenway Stadium Movie Theatre 201 Brookline Avenue Screening RSVP& Info: email@example.com Open to the public -- 6PM: Join us for a wide-ranging discussion...
People Before Highways: Boston Activists, Urban Planners, and a New Movement for City Making
A book talk featuring special guest Karilyn Crockett, who is the author of People Before Highways: Boston Activists, Urban Planners, and a New Movement for City Making. Dr. Crockett is director of Economic Policy & Research for the City of Boston. She...
Traditions and Taboos: Intercultural Mixer
Get a unique insight into the customs and traditions of nations from different regions as Student Speakers walk you through the rich heritage and culture of their home countries. Speakers will represent Republics of India, China, Nigeria and Guatemala. Register...
Taste of Latin America: Venezuela
Want to learn more about Venezuela? Come to AfterHours on Friday, March 16 from 11AM to 2PM!
The personal is political
Bring your photography, posters, banners, signs and other works capturing the spirit of the women’s march, and other recent protests for a one-night showcase. Ryder Hall, 4th floor 7pm Wednesday, March 21 Interactive materials to ignite discussion will also be...
DONUTS Program at the Center for Intercultural Engagement
CIE is collaborating with CSI, SJRC, and CSDS on a program called Deconstructing Oppression N' Unpacking whiTe Supremacy (DONUTS). The program is on Wednesday 3/21 at 12-1:30pm at the CIE. This program is a workshop and affinity-based round table discussion on how oppression,...