Community Events: May and June 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do over Summer 1? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! Boston Open Market at Copley Square What? The New England Open Market is coming to Copley Square on May 1, 2021! From May-November, every Saturday will feature... Continue Reading →

Community Events: April 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do in April? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! 5k & Walk for INDEPENDENCE What? The Carroll Center for the Blind is hosting a virtual 5k Walk for INDEPENDENCE . During the month of April, you can... Continue Reading →

Resilience: Food Access in our Communities

Written by CETR Program Associate, Chelsea Lauder For Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) at Northeastern, our Spring 2020 semester was interrupted, alongside the rest of the world, by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has highlighted existing issues for food access and security in our Boston communities. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boston Food... Continue Reading →

Community Events: March 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do in March? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! Lights in the Necklace What? Lights in the Necklace is a celebration of Boston’s historic parks and bridges. Visitors can come to see the bridges along the Emerald... Continue Reading →

Community Events: February 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do in February? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights What?  This seminar, led by Gretchen Sorin of SUNY Oneonta, explores how the car has been... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Ileeana Johnson

By S-L Street Team Member JooNa Kim Name: Ileeana Johnson Role in Service-Learning: Service-Learning TA College: College of Arts, Media, & Design Major: Music Minors: Psychology and Marketing Q1: What should everyone know about Service-Learning? I tell my students that Service-Learning is almost like simultaneously being on a co-op as part of one of your classes. This program... Continue Reading →

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