In these unprecedented times, there are still plenty of ways to stay connected with your campus and Boston! Tune in every week to find out about all of the great virtual and socially distanced events being offered to our husky community! 

The Husky Connection: March 1st-7th

March 2nd: Fireside Chat with Carla Brody

As part of Northeastern’s Womxn’s Herstory Month celebration, you can tune in to a Fireside Chat with Carla Brody. Brody is the Dean of Khoury College and the Executive Director of the Center for Inclusive Computing. This will be a casual conversation about inclusive computing and being a womxn in the field of tech. The event will start at 3pm and you can find the link to join by clicking here

March 3rd: May I Have Your Attention, Please: How Design & Copy Builds Brands That Get Noticed

Calling all marketers! CAMD is bringing Designer and Art Director, Stephanie Zelman; Copywriter, Toni Lansbury; and the Team at Uturn Design to a panel discussion about how they collaborate to create award-winning marketing campaigns. Through examples and exercises, you’ll walk away understanding how the combination of concept, copy and design can elevate your work. The panel will start at 5:30 and you can register to attend by clicking here

March 4th: Sensitive Guys LivestreamCheck out the Theatre Department’s special livestream production of Sensitive Guys, in partnership with End Rape on Campus and Northeastern’s Sexual Assault Response Coalition. Sensitive Guys is a comedy where two student-led support groups work to confront and eradicate toxic masculinity and sexual violence on a small liberal arts college campus. The performance will begin streaming at 8pm and you can register to attend by clicking here. Content Warning:  This play focuses on rape, sexual assault, rape culture, and sexual coercion. A member from Northeastern’s Sexual Assault Response Coalition (SARC) is available for any audience member looking for further resources, during or after the performance.

March 6th: Islamic Poetry Night + Workshop

Join ISNU to see world-renowned poets Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan, Youssef Kromah, and Boonaa Mohammed present some of their greatest pieces. They will also be leading smaller poetry workshops in Zoom breakout groups. The event will start at 4pm and you can find the Zoom link by clicking here.