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The Philadelphia community gathered for an evening of connection from the comfort of your own home. Alumni Sindey Dranoff (DMSB’82), Jessica Day (DMSB’06), and Jameson Packer (DMSB’17) facilitated an exciting discussion and help attendees get to know members of the local Philadelphia community.
The L.A. Northeastern Community watched from section 331 as the L.A. Kings host the Boston Bruins and enjoyed the camaraderie of their fellow alumni, parents, and friends.
Maternal Optimism Today women are in high demand both in the household and in the office, often feeling challenged to meet the needs of their families and careers. Professor Ladge led a meaningful dialogue and discussion about the findings in her new book, “Maternal Optimism: Forging Positive Paths through Work and Motherhood.”
It was 2020 and your Northeastern community was looking to connect in the new year! Every third Thursday of the month alumni and friends in the San Francisco area met to socialize and reconnect. They reminisced about good times, found new connections, and expanded their lifelong network with the university while exploring a different part […]
Gather with fellow parents and Hollywood, Florida community members for lunch with Dan Cohen, Vice Provost for Information Collaboration and Dean of the Library. Learn about Dan’s vision for the future of the library, updates on library services, programs available to your student, and more. There’s a spot for everyone at the table!
It takes a village to cook five pasta dishes (Ravioli Ai Funghi, Pansotti Ai Gamberetti E Zucchine, Pesto Alla Genovese, Cappellacci Alle Melanzane With Al Pomodoro, Sugo Alla Salsiccia) and a tiramisu parfait simultaneously, but this group had no fears. After a family-style meal, the evening concluded with almost everyone hugging our private chef.
Professional dancer for the Boston Celtics – alumna Nicole Vicino, AMD’16 guided a high intensity, low impact class which showed the many creative ways in which a trampoline can be used to target the legs, core, and arms.
A group of 19 joined at 305 Fitness for a non-stop cardio party featuring sports drills, conditioning exercises, and high intensity interval training. Halfway through, the class transitioned to a sculpting session with weights and concluded with a five minute sprint.
Alumna Ali McCarthy, DMSB’16 instructed a full body resistance training class of 11 at Btone on Newbury Street. Built around state-of-the-art equipment, this 45 minute session left the group sweaty and shaking.
Food connoisseurs gathered around the grill at Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Cooking School for a sizzling demonstration followed by a sit down dinner. There are those who eat to live, but this bunch truly live to eat and shared some of their fondest culinary accomplishments, while munching on tahini brownies.