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 events being offered to our husky community!
The Husky Connection October 5th – 11th
October 5th: COVID-19 Law and Social Justice Community Conversation: Racial Justice
The Center for Health Policy and Law is hosting a series of community conversations exploring the impact that COVID-19 has had, and will likely continue to have, on various issues related to health and human rights. This week, Professor Aziza Ahmed will host a discussion on racial justice as it relates to law at 6:30pm. Contact email@example.com to request the Zoom login credentials to participate.
October 6th: B.L.A.C.K. and L.A.T.I.N.X. Career Expo
The B.L.A.C.K. and L.A.T.I.N.X. professional immersion experience will be hosting an evening of panel discussions, networking opportunities, and information sessions to connect students of color to hiring opportunities with some of our top employer partners. There will be 5 sessions held between 4pm and 7pm. For the full schedule and to RSVP to the expo, click here.
October 7th: Afro Flow Yoga Virtual Workshop Series
Join Northeastern City and Community Engagement and Afro Flow Yoga for a unique experience that includes live music, meditation, yoga, and dance, and an opportunity to connect with “earth, sky, and heart” in an inclusive and diverse circle of non-judgment! The workshop will start at 6pm and you can tune in at this Zoom link.
October 8th: Interview With a Former Husky
Getting nervous about upcoming co-op interviews? Hear from alumnus/a who’ve been there, done that. Sign up for a 30-minute interview between 6-7pm with an alumnus/a to help you prepare for questions, receive feedback, and gain some valuable experience ahead of the upcoming co-op season. To register, click here.
October 9th: Meet the Author: Nisaa Pender
The LSCC is bringing poet, author, speaker, and womanist Nisaa Pender to Zoom for a conversation about her and her experience with activism through the medium of storytelling and literature! The event will start at 6:30pm and you can tune in at this Zoom link.