Want to know what to do when you’re Out and About? Read on for all the fun, cheap, and exciting events happening for the week around Boston or right here on campus!

September 16th: Panhellenic Recruitment

If you signed up for recruitment, your journey into sorority life begins today! Recruitment will last until the 24th, so have fun getting out there and seeing which sorority is the right one for you!

September 17th: Boston Local Food Festival

From 11am-5pm the Rose Kennedy Fitzgerald Greenway in the Wharf District will host the Boston Local Food Festival! There, you can find locally grown foods, live music, chef demos, and food inspired arts and crafts. Food samples are $6 but the event itself is free!

September 18th: GEO Week

Interested in studying abroad, but want more information about it? All week long you can enjoy workshops and interactive events sponsored by the GEO office to help you learn more about study abroad! On the 18th, GEO Week kicks off with a coffee crawl and a chance to meet GEO coordinators in afterHOURS! For the full GEO Week schedule click here.  

September 19th: CUP Presents Zach King

Zach King, vine star, youtube sensation, and the “Final Cut King”, is coming to Northeastern! Head to Blackman when doors open at 6:30 to enjoy this free show! Be sure to grab tickets on myNEU in advance.

September 20th: A Conversation with Governor Michael Dukakis

Thanks to the NU College Democrats, Governor Michael Dukakis will be hosting a discussion in International Village! From 8-9pm, Governor Dukakis will be discussing and answering questions about the current state of politics. Make sure to register for this event by clicking here.  

September 21st: Third Thursdays @ Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Enjoy the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum at night with their Third Thursdays event! This month’s event theme is #ThrowbackThursday. Listen to 80s throwback music from DJ Day Glow and a special throwback performance from the Boston Lyric Opera! You can also enjoy special activities, hands-on art making, and food from Cafe G! Purchase your $5 student ticket here.

September 22nd: Museum of Science College Night

Always wanted to go to the Museum of Science? Well now you can for FREE with your student ID at the Museum of Science College Night! From 5-9pm you can explore the museum’s Exhibit Halls, including the Theater of Electricity and a Boston Duck Tour, free of charge! Want to see a show in the Planetarium or check out the Butterfly Garden? You only have to pay $6!

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