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Boston community volunteer Terrence Johnson, MS’20 moderated a panel discussion on how creative people can maintain their inspiration and drive during these challenging times. Conversations touched upon building a community, self-care and how to leverage skill and passion to help others.
The Department of African American Studies led a panel discussion rooted in Africana Studies Scholarship and its intersections with COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter.
This introductory workshop was for those who have thought about starting a journal, but weren’t sure where to begin. Led by Seattle based alumna, Mary Allison Brown, BHS’02.
In the age of COVID-19, art is happening simultaneously everywhere, at all times, and nowhere. Our relationships to physical space, objects, and now virtual audiences are reconfigured and mediated by expansions and distortions in the digital realm. Join curator, Leonie Bradbury and guest speakers for a conversation to discuss the ways they are expanding artistic practice on digital media platforms.
A gathering to connect (Wo)Men in Tech to mentors, peers & resources. Tech belongs to everybody. Design your own conference experience and take charge of what matters most to you in the workplace. Together we'll tackle over 60 key topics for women in tech.
No sewing experience required! This all-levels session guided viewers on how to create their own CDC-compliant face mask. Led by Chicago based alumna, Rachel Rappe, DMSB’15.
You didn't have to wait for restaurants to gradually re-open to kick off summer with a food and wine pairing menu! The San Diego Community hosted Bravo’s Top Chef Celebrity, Dave Martin for a virtual hour of demonstrating comfort food classics. They said, "Yes, Chef!" as they were guided through the preparation of a 3-course meal without the wait. These dishes could also be prepared using an Instant Pot to fit everyone's scheduling needs. Whether you were looking to wow dinner guests, or simply up your game in the kitchen, there was a place for everyone to join in on the fun.
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.
As part of our celebration of Women’s History Month, Northeastern University - Seattle is partnering with Create33 author series. For women and allies interested in “navigating life with confidence, solidarity and compassion,” and “igniting change, taking control, and succeeding,” this is one conversation with two local authors you can’t miss!