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Northeastern University Alumni Relations is proud to host this annual market once again this year. Featuring our own community members as store vendors, join us in supporting student, staff and alumni entrepreneurs! Check out the wide range of businesses, including artwork, beauty products, sustainable goods, and indulgent treats.
Start the holiday season with the Boston Holiday Pops, celebrating 50 years at Symphony Hall! Enjoy some holiday cheer with you and your families through a special NU@Noon package inclusive of tickets, parking, and a pre-concert dessert reception.
The Moors plunges us into the very serious world of the Brönte sisters: grand houses, traditional families, England in the 1800s. Wait— what? Nobody in The Moors talks like that, and there’s barely a house— we can’t even tell what room we’re in, or who the maid is. How did Wuthering Heights get to be funny? The only constant is […]
Join us for an evening with award winning actress Selenis Leyva! This event is the first of the 2023-24 Latinxs and Comedy Speaker series, hosted by the Latinx, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies (LLACS) Program.
Join the Northeastern community for the 2023 Hanson Lecture featuring actor and writer Paterson Joseph. His recent novel, The Secret Diaries of Charles Ignatius Sancho was released in the UK this past October and is already long-listed for the Walter Scott Award for Historical Fiction there.
Bring the whole family to the Boston Children's Museum for a day of fun playing with electronic games invented by current Northeastern students in the Cornerstone of Engineering course. These students are excited to share and have their hard work be put to the test with your help!
Kiese Laymon is a Black southern writer from Jackson, Mississippi. In his observant, often hilarious work, Laymon does battle with the personal and the political: race and family, body and shame, poverty and place.
(Photo courtesy Withers Family Trust) From his Memphis studio, Ernest Withers’ nearly 2 million images were a treasured record of Black history. However, his legacy was complicated by decades of secret FBI service revealed after his death.
The Department of Theatre is proud to present the production of the new musical "This is Treatment" with community engagement events.
The Boston Pops will perform a symphonic version of “Ragtime,” created especially for the Pops in honor of Keith Lockhart's 25th anniversary, by Tony award-winning original creators – Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens, and Stephen Flaherty. Based on the 1975 novel by E. L. Doctorow, “Ragtime” weaves together the stories of three groups in the United States in the early 20th century: Eastern European immigrants, the African-American community in Harlem, and an upper-class white family whose lives intersect. Together, they confront history’s timeless contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair. Join us for the traditional fanfare dinner in the Alumni Center before the show.