Black History Month celebrations and reflections include campus-wide and identity-based discussions and performances. Harambee kicks of the month of programming January 27.
Month: January 2017
Deering Days and Norris Center Programming are hosting Jan Jam for the second year! Come to Norris on Sunday, January 29 from 1:00–6:00 p.m. for some fun and relaxing activities, including free food, giveaways, and horse drawn carriage rides!
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy is remembered and honored by Alpha Phi Alpha during Northwestern’s annual candlelight vigil on MLK Day.
This winter quarter, come to Norris on Thursdays and Fridays for free food, movie screenings, and themed skating nights! Get to know ice’s soft side and take a break from the winter chills.
Jump-start your job or internship search at the Winter Internship & Job Fair. Stop by the second floor of Norris from 12-4 p.m. on January 11 and 12 to network with potential employers. More than 70 employers from a variety of industries will attend over both days, with different employers on each day. The fair is open to all Northwestern students and alumni.
Celebration is part of every person’s life for reasons big and small. However, what is truly important often gets lost in the trappings and experiential value. Is your celebration meaningful or empty? Erin Elizabeth’s Embracing the Chaos exhibit is showing in Dittmar Gallery from January 6 to February 12 and ask yourself the question: Why do I celebrate?