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 November 30th – December 6th
December 1st: Live Guided Meditation
Need to unwind? The Mindfulness Fellows (Mellows) of the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service (CSDS) will be leading a 30 minute live guided meditation from 12-12:30pm. Tune in at the CSDS’ Youtube Channel here.
December 2nd: Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Prof. Amy Farrell on Criminal Justice Reform
Join the Director of the Dukakis Center, Ted Landsmark, and the newly appointed Director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Professor Amy Farrell, for a discussion of what criminal justice can look like in a post-pandemic world as part of the virtual Myra Kraft Open Classroom series. The conversation will start at 6pm and will be held on Zoom. To register, click here.
December 3rd: Women in Business Virtual Meet Up
Looking to connect with female Northeastern grads? Meet up with D’Amore-McKim alumnae virtually to hear them reflect on their transformative experiences and professional growth at 12pm! The meet up will be held on Zoom and you can register here.
December 4th: BKD x CSA: Open Mic Night
Hang out with Barkada and CSA at their Open Mic Night! Join them at 8pm at this Zoom link for a night of great performances, fun activities, and casual karaoke! Want to perform? Fill out this Google form!
December 5th: NU Stage Revue: Wish You Were Here (And That You Loved Me)
Join NU Stage for their first virtual revue, Wish You Were Here (And That You Loved Me). The show explores topics of distance and isolation and all of the many things that make forming connections so difficult, featuring nearly seventy performers, lots of dancing, and something fun with every song! The show will start at 8pm and to get your tickets, click here.