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 →

#CapturingCommunity: Natalie D’Ambra

By S-L Street Team Member JooNa Kim Name: Natalie D'Ambra Role in Service-Learning: Service-Learning TA College: College of Science Major: Behavioral Neuroscience Q1: What should everyone know about Service-Learning? Service-Learning is one of the best ways to help the surrounding community. I think it is a great starting point, since students can get involved without taking up too... Continue Reading →

Community Events: November 2020

Looking for something fun to do in November? Check out these fun and interesting events you can safely attend! Day of the Dead Celebration 2020 What? If you are looking to partake in an afternoon of remembrance, then look no further. Harvard Museums of Science & Culture and the Consulate General of Mexico in Boston... Continue Reading →

Community Events: October 2020

Looking for something fun to do in October? Check out these interesting events you can safely attend! Black Owned Bos. Market What? Do you like to support Black entrepreneurship? Then join others at a socially distant outdoor market on Seaport Common. This event is put on by Seaport and Black Owned Bos. Black Owned Bos.... Continue Reading →

Spring 2020 S-LTMs

By S-LTA and S-LTM Amanda Tompkins As a graduating senior it is hard to think about all of our favorite memories of college without getting sad, because we know that soon we will be without the people and things we have become so connected to. This semester in particular presented challenges that none of us... Continue Reading →

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