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 September 14th-20th

September 14th: NU Ballroom Virtual Dance Camp: American Foxtrot 

The NU Ballroom Dance Club is moving their dance camps online! Hop onto Zoom to learn how to dance the American foxtrot from some of the club’s dancers. The dance camp will start at 7pm and can be accessed at this Zoom link

September 15th: Latinx Student Cultural Center Open House

Curious about the Latinx Student Cultural Center (LSCC)? Head to their virtual open house to meet with LSCC staff, talk to student organizations from the Los Huskies Coalition, and learn about ways to get involved through meetings, programs, events and services! Click this Zoom link to join the open house at 6pm. 

September 16th: Global Perspectives on Climate Change: Sea, Sand, and Sustainability

How do marine scientists, civil engineers, and management communities envision handling the impact climate change will have on our oceans and beaches? Hear answers from the experts themselves at at the Sea, Sand, and Sustainability panel! The event will start at 10am and you can register here

September 17th: CUP Virtual Trivia Night

Calling all trivia fans! Sign up to compete in CUP’s virtual trivia night presented by Switchboard Games for some awesome prizes! The event will start at 6:45pm and you can pre-register to attend at this link. Due to limited availability, not all who pre-register will be accepted, so sign up fast! 

September 18th: Pioneers in Public Interest: The Battle for Voting Rights in 2020\

Join Northeastern’s School of Law for The Battle for Voting Rights in 2020, a virtual half day conference covering a variety of topics related to voting, including voter suppression, voter intimidation, Gerrymandering, and more! The conference will start at 1pm and will feature Dale Ho, the Director of the Voting Rights Project at the ACLU, as its Key Note speaker and several other expert panelists. To register, click here.