Past Events

CSSH Undergraduate Research Forum


Undergraduate Research Forum where fifteen undergraduate students from across the college will present their original research on topics ranging from dissent in China, to Muslim American youth after 9/11, to education civil rights in Boston before busing. . . .
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Dismantle: Deconstructing Power and Privilege Retreat

03/27/2015 - 03/29/2015

The retreat will be held March 27th- 29thand is being sponsored by the Social Justice Resource Center/Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service, Lead360 of the Center for Student Involvement, and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. Dismantle is their opportunity to: Explore Boston while learning about identities in relation to power & privilege. Learn. . .
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The Quest for Freedom in Venezuela: Youth and Leadership


The Venezuelan Student Unity (VSU) has hosted a series of events on campus to raise awareness about the current situation and social problems that impact Venezuela. As a result of the growing conflicts, VSU will be collecting monetary donations, medical supplies, and medicines on an on-going basis throughout the semester to send over to Venezuela. . .
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2015 Valerie Gordon Human Rights Lecture


“Guantanamo and the Legacy of Torture” Jameel Jaffer, Deputy Legal Director of the ACLU and Director of its Human Rights Program, has for years been at the center of the national and international debate around the detainment center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In this 22nd Valerie Gordon Memorial Lecture, Jaffer discusses the ways in which. . .
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Be an Active Bystander!


It’s on us to stop sexual assault. As part of Sex Week, come learn ways to prevent violence and create change!

Careers for Social Impact


NU Career Development is hosting Careers for Social Impact on Tuesday, March 3, from 5-7 pm in 202 Stearns!

HSO Meeting


This week at the HSO meeting, there will be panel of students who are in various majors. They will be speaking about how Human Services has impacted them in their respective fields – on co-op, in clubs, volunteering – whether they are studying business, health sciences, psychology, etc. Come learn more!. . .
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Ta-Nehisi Coates: The Case for Reparations


The University Scholars, Civic Engagement Program, and the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute are pleased to welcome journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates to Northeastern as part of the Scholars Seminar on Research, Leadership, and Innovation. 250 years of slavery. 90 years of Jim Crow. 60 years of separate but equal. 35 years of racist housing policy.. . .
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Title IX NU


Join representatives from ViSION as we review student rights under Title IX.

Fashion in Action


SAA is getting fancy!! A unique fashion show that operates on the mission to donate, educate and initiate a conversation about sexual assault and domestic violence. All of the clothing donated will be distributed among domestic violence and rape crisis centers. Before the clothing is donated it will be modeled to raise money for the. . .
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