Community Events: March 2020

Looking for something to do in March? Check out these awesome events in the neighborhood! Jazz Scene In Boston: Telling The Local Story What? Did you know Boston is a big home for jazz music? This event will teach you all about Boston’s role in the history of jazz and how jazz continues to have... Continue Reading →

Community Events: February 2020

Looking for something to do in February? Check out these awesome events in the neighborhood! Fiestas de la Calle en Boston What? An afternoon full of Puerto Rican food, drinks, art and music with part of the funds supporting earthquake relief efforts on the island. Puerto Rico's largest and most concurred festival, the Fiestas de... Continue Reading →

Connecting S-L and STEM

Many students perceive Service-Learning as something for Humanities majors, but little do STEM majors know, S-L is for everyone and is especially important for STEM majors. In this next installment of Connecting S-L and STEM, we will address confidence.  Confidence-- It is not something that can be taught, and it can only be gained from... Continue Reading →

Breaking the NUin bubble through Service-Learning

Written by S-L Street Team member, Cloe Grace Considering that many of Northeastern’s freshmen now start their college experience participating in study abroad, the term “NUin bubble” is becoming more prevalent than ever before. NUin is a Northeastern program, giving freshmen the opportunity to take classes abroad for their first semester with other students before... Continue Reading →

Connecting S-L & STEM

Written by S-L Street Team member, Cassandra Barrett Many students perceive service-learning as something for Humanities majors, but little do STEM majors know, S-L is for everyone and is especially important for STEM majors. As a biology major, the core curriculum focuses on building our scientific and technical skillset. Often, our classes fail to explore... Continue Reading →

Becoming a Part of the S-L Family

By S-L Street Team Member Tyler Nicholson As a longtime part of the S-L family (3 years and counting!) sometimes it can be difficult to take a step back and think about how, and why, I ended up here in the first place. I’ve occupied different student-leader roles throughout my time in the program, some... Continue Reading →

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