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The Howlin’ Huskies hosted the second edition of the Howlin’ Huskies Hour, a fun and friendly virtual trivia contest with general knowledge questions.
Western Mass. community volunteer Andrea Campbell Drake, AS’10 facilitated an engaging conversation with local alumni, gathering event ideas and requests.
Boston community volunteer Kash Cannon, SSH’12, MPS’16 shared how she planted her victory garden, and outlined the basics of growing your own food.
New Jersey community volunteer Bryan Munoz, BHS’14, DPT’15 demonstrated some key stretches and postural exercises to practice while many of us are operating in a makeshift setup, working or learning remotely.
Join the Women Who Empower Ambassadors for a discussion on tech, innovation and entrepreneurship during COVID. This conversation will feature a panel of dynamic female speakers, that will share their experiences leading in their companies in these sectors.
Boston community volunteer Lisa Randall, AMD’16 shared her tips and tricks for starting, promoting, and monetizing her blog and social platforms.
In a world where very little can be truly relied on, it’s hard to know where to turn for a sense of solid ground beneath our feet. Perhaps the ‘new normal’ is to accept that the ground we stand on constantly shifts as we learn new ways to keep our balance. With practice, we can […]
Northeastern alumni in health care came together to discuss their career paths, learn about professional opportunities, provide guidance to others, and discuss the impact of our unique times on the industry. This networking session was a great opportunity for those established in their positions, looking for their next step, or curious about how to enter the field.
Expert panelists and participants in this interdisciplinary symposium will consider how gender and feminist activism should inform our thinking about the upcoming elections. We will look at how feminists might engage social movements, digital spaces, and broader communities in trying to effect social change. Panels will invite conversations about new forms of media in the hands of feminist activists, historical perspectives on gender and electoral politics (in celebration of the anniversary of suffrage), mainstream media coverage of elections through the lens of gender, and leveraging the unprecedented visibility of women (particularly women of color) in both electoral and grassroots politics. This is symposium is presented by the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, supported by the Northeastern Humanities Center.
Northeastern alumni in law came together to discuss their career paths, learn about professional opportunities, provide guidance to others, and discuss the impact of our unique times on the industry. This networking session was a great opportunity for those established in their positions, looking for their next step, or curious about how to enter the field.