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Nu@Noon continues with dinner and a show! Gather at Northeastern’s Horticultural Hall @ 300 Massachusetts Ave for a pre-concert dinner and the chance to mingle with community members. After dinner, the group will walk to Symphony Hall right across the street for a historical Boston Pops performance!
Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Come celebrate our graduates as we introduce and welcome them to our Northeastern Brazil Community! We will be joined by guest speaker Dr. Thomas J. Vicino, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies at Northeastern. Graduates will receive their BRASA graduation cords, and all guests will then have the opportunity to network with alumni and celebrate their accomplishments over light refreshments!
The Mad Hatter’s (Gin &) Tea Party took guests on a trip down the rabbit hole into an immersive, 1.5 hour-long experience hosted by the Hatter himself and some of his equally mad friends. Guests enjoyed 3 crazy craft cocktails in this mad tea party.
Join us for a book discussion by author and action catalyst Dr.Priscilla H. Douglas, E’70, MEd’74. During her presentation of her latest book, Woke Leadership: Profits, Prophets & Purpose, Dr. Douglas will share the traits of those who effectively drive regenerative change.
In this segment of our Power of the Network series, Gordon Thompson, DMSB’80, one of Northeastern’s servant leaders, spoke about the value of supporting your network and cultivating relationships.
One of the most anticipated traditions of the winter season has returned: the Beanpot Tournament! The Northeastern Community was there to see the Huskies defeat the Eagles and move on to the Championship!
Northeastern Alumni gathered for food, fun, catching up, and met with some of the new LGBTQA+ Center staff.
Having the freedom to make choices for oneself is among the most prized rights a person can have. But this preference for choice may only go so far. Professor Mary Steffel discussed the burden of making choices and how when we delegate so many of the choices in our lives it helps us pass the burden […]
What does it take to be a woke leader? We heard from author and action catalyst Dr. Priscilla H. Douglas, E’70, MEd’74 about her latest book, Woke Leadership: Profits, Prophets & Purpose. Dr. Douglas shared the traits of those who effectively drive regenerative change. After the discussion, there was time for Q&A and networking.
Black alumni and friends gathered on Martha’s Vineyard for a fun-filled weekend of bonding, socializing, and strengthening the personal connections that made the Northeastern experience unique.