Fall 2016 Service-Learning EXPO Recap

By Service-Learning Program Assistant and Co-op Haomu Chen The Fall 2016 Service-Learning EXPO has come and gone! The hour and a half showcase was as beautiful and smooth as a symphony. Speaking of symphony, it was our intention to make music the theme of this semester’s EXPO – community partners, S-L faculty members, S-LTAs, students, … More Fall 2016 Service-Learning EXPO Recap

Arts-inspired Service-Learning Connects Teens with NU Students

By Noa Golan This past semester, I had the opportunity to accompany Jamal Thorne’s 2D Fundamentals of Surface & Drawing class on their service to Artists for Humanity (AFH). To start off: AFH is a very unique organization that pays inner-city high school students to spend 3 days a week painting. The kids not only get … More Arts-inspired Service-Learning Connects Teens with NU Students

Service-Learning Faculty member Jamal Thorne Displays “Phantasmal Espionage”

From Wednesday, Feb. 3 to Sunday, Feb. 28, Service-Learning faculty member Jamal Thorne’s artwork will be on display at Kingston Gallery in Boston’s South End. Thorne’s show, titled “Phantasmal Espionage,” will include “a selection of monochromatic representational drawings” as well as a “site-specific wall drawing,” according to the press released issued by Kingston Gallery. “This series,” according … More Service-Learning Faculty member Jamal Thorne Displays “Phantasmal Espionage”