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: February 1st-7th
February 1st: Making Meaning: Spirituality & Mental Health Discussion Series
Join the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service for the first meeting in their new discussion series, Making Meaning: Spirituality and Mental Health. Connect with others for the next 4 weeks at 5pm to discuss how spirituality and mental health affect each other. To register, click here.
February 2nd: Black History Matters
Join the Africana Studies Program and the John. D. O’Bryant African American Institute for their Spring 2021 virtual mixer as a continuation of their series “The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood.” This semester, the theme of the mixer is Black History Matters. Participants will be sharing creative works inspired by Black History Month, discussing Black History together, and decompressing with some great conversation. The mixer will start at 4:30pm and to register, click here.
February 3rd: Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Reimagining School
Don’t miss the kick off of the Spring 2021 virtual Myra Kraft Open Classroom series! The first event, Reimagining School, will feature Todd Richardson, President of Crosstown Redevelopment Cooperative, and Ginger Spickler, Chief of Staff of Crosstown High, for a discussion about how the Crosstown High complex is a classroom for real-world collaboration, exchange, learning and community-building. The event will start at 6pm and you can register to attend by clicking here.
February 4th: Building Time Management Skills
Still adjusting to your workload for the Spring semester? Join Dr. Jay Spitulnik for a part panel, part workshop event where he will offer customizable time-management strategies based on your to-do list! The priority-based method will help you focus your time on what matters most, so you can accomplish your tasks across coursework, research, wellness, and personal commitments. The event will start at 4pm and you can register to attend by clicking here.
February 7th: Homecoming Week: Survey Says
Celebrate the start of Homecoming Week with Survey Says! Based on Family Feud, this game pits contestants against each other in a contest to name the most popular responses to survey questions. No teams or sign ups in advance needed! The virtual event link will be posted closer to the event date on the Homecoming Facebook Page.