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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.
Seniors, it’s almost 90 days to graduation – time to celebrate! The Class of 2020 will be taking over Wild Rover for this senior tradition. Come join us on Thursday, Jan. 30for dancing, karaoke, and plenty of complimentary food to kick off our final semester. Tickets* are $8 and are on sale now. $1 of your ticket fee will benefit future senior class programming. Tickets will not be sold at the door and must be purchased in advance of the event. *Tickets available through myNortheastern. You will need to sign in to access the tickets.
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.
Rookie salsa dancers started their winter Friday night mastering some very basic footwork, twirls and shimmies – at a studio tucked away in Allston. All attendees swapped partners throughout the class, making for great participation overall. Main assistant, Andres and his instructor did a great job of creating a welcoming and judgement-free atmosphere.
A class of 16 prepared for their Thanksgiving feasts with an hour-long workout at Title Boxing. The group was a diverse mix – between age and boxing experience.
Alumna & owner of Serenade Chocolatier, Nur Killic, E’82 guided the group through the art of chocolate making, sending them home with delicious Valentine’s Day treats in milk, dark and white chocolate!