Out-and-About: October 1st – October 7th

All the fun/cheap/life-changing events happening this week around Beantown, just a hop, skip, and a jump from campus!

Saturday, October 1st

Let’s Talk About Food Festival

This FREE event in Copley Square aims to engage the public in important conversations about food. Come hear what local chefs, farmers, nutritionists and food activists have to say about today’s hottest topics and trends!

Sunday, October 2nd

Outdoor Concert

Tastemakers Magazine is bringing Car Seat Headrest, Mutual Benefit and TV Girl to our very own Centennial Commons! You don’t want to miss this entirely free show for Northeastern students.

14522237_679537445529739_276829041_o-png

Monday, October 3rd

Beta Chi Theta – Philanthropy Week

This Monday kicks off the Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Chi Theta’s biannual philanthropy week. Join them from 11:40 am – 5pm as they “Roll Over” heart disease on Centennial!

Tuesday, October 4th

College Night: The Young and Curious

The Institute of Contemporary Art is will open its doors this Tuesday from 6-9 pm for students of Boston universities and colleges for FREE with your Husky ID. There will be a DJ, a dance floor, pop-up food stations and exhibitions by Nalini Malani and Liz Deschenes. Make sure to get there early, because this annual event fills up fast.

Wednesday, October 5th

West Wing Night

If you missed the Presidential Debate Viewing Party last week, NU Votes and SGA are putting on the first two episodes of “The West Wing” on Centennial at 7 pm. And, YES, there will be wings and popcorn! BYOB(lanket).

Thursday, October 6th

Career Fair

This Thursday from 12-4 pm in the Cabot Gym, Northeastern is inviting over 260 employers to recruit the top talent in Boston. Whether you’re a freshman looking to get a head start, or a senior about to go off into the real world, this is a networking event you shouldn’t miss!

Friday, October 7th

https://www.facebook.com/events/1229016043831041/

For Hispanic Heritage Month, NU LASO is bringing Diane Guerrero to Blackman Auditorium. Let us rephrase that; they’re bringing MARITZA RAMOS from Orange is the New Black to Blackman Auditorium. Okay, you can all start fangirling now! Tickets are $10 on MyNEU for NU students only.