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NU Queer Orientation


Are you a new to either the community or Northeastern? Do you wish you knew more about the resources available to you both on and off campus? Join the LGBTQA Resource Center for the first ever NU Queer Orientation! They will be showcasing resources available to you both on and off campus, as well as talking about…
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Feminism: Past, Present, and Future


On Monday July 23rd from 6:00-7:00 pm, The Cambridge Women’s Center will be hosting “Feminism: Past, Present, and Future,” an inter-generational conversation on how to reconcile with feminist movements of the past and how the fight for gender equity can move forward in the current political climate. The Women’s Center, located just outside of Central…
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All American Girls: Women in Professional Baseball


Baseball is not just a beloved pastime for American boys and men. From 19th-century college teams formed at Vassar and Smith and the nationally celebrated Boston Bloomer Girls to the formation of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League when major male talent faced the WWII draft, women players have increasingly found ways to make…
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Juneteenth Open House


Join us for an open house and a one-day display celebrating milestones on the road to the end of slavery. Featured items explore the 1783 abolition of slavery in Massachusetts; celebrations within the African American community in Boston of the ending of slavery in the British West Indies in 1833; Garrisonian protest banners; and a…
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United Tastes: The Making of the First American Cookbook


American Cookery (1796) by Amelia Simmons is known as the “first American cookbook”and has attracted an enthusiastic modern audience of historians, food journalists, and general readers. Yet until now American Cookery has not received the sustained scholarly attention it deserves. Keith Stavely and Kathleen Fitzgerald’s United Tastes fills this gap by providing a detailed examination of…
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Massachusetts Leadership in the Women’s Suffrage Movement


Few are familiar with Massachusetts’s role at the center of the national struggle for woman suffrage. Lucy Stone and other Massachusetts abolitionists were some of the first figures who vocally opposed women’s exclusion from political life. Demanding the vote and other reforms, they launched the organized women’s movement at the first National Woman’s Rights Convention, held…
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Pronouns Fluency: A How-To Guide and Workshop


Back by popular demand: Summer Series 2018! Once a month, we will host LGBTQA-focused workshops for members of the Northeastern community. The first will be Pronouns Fluency: A How-To Guide and Workshop. When communicating in English, most of us use gendered pronouns to refer to others. How do we know when to use which ones and what do we…
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Women in the Law Conference


Join us for the 10th annual Women in the Law Conference on Friday, May 18th, 2018 at Northeastern University School of Law! Please click here to register online. Registration is required. NUSL’s annual Women in the Law Conference provides career guidance and professional development growth to women attorneys and other professionals at all stages of their careers, and brings together…
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Milk Milk Lemonade

04/26/2018 - 04/28/2018

Milk Milk Lemonade is a coming of age story based in the 80s which centers around a young man, Emory, as he explores how his sexuality interacts both with his environment and with the important people around him. The humorous cast ranges from Emory’s Nanna, an abrasive widow turned chicken farmer with traditional values to Emory’s…
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