Ever wondered about the science behind Krypton’s explosions or how Spiderman saved Mary Jane with his web? Today, February 26th at 2PM in Blackman, come learn about the Physics of Superheroes! Professor James Kakalios—a world class Professor in the school of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Minnesota will be sharing the scientific marvels of Marvel Comics! In order to attend you must RSVP here and register for a chance to win an author signed book or an iPod. For more information regarding the Physics of superheros click here.
And after absorbing the ins and outs of superhero powers, come join Alpha Epsilon Phi as they host their biggest philanthropy event of the year! Ribbons on the Runway will feature a fashion show with Northeastern student models, a silent auction and a cancer survivor speaker! Ribbons on the Runway will be held today, February 26th at 7PM in the Curry Ballroom. Tickets are available on myNEU for $7. (All proceeds for the event go directly to Sharsheret Breast Cancer Foundation.)
On Monday the NU Econ Society will host The Boston Symposium on Economics. Three Economics Professors will speak from research and experience on how the application of economics and the science of decision making has the power to improve our human condition and change the world for the better! Come and learn from MIT’s Professor Noam Chomsky on “Manufactured Consent,” Northeastern’s Professor Rory Smead on “Game Theory and Climate Change” and Northeastern’s Professor Alan Dyer on “It’s the Money, Stupid!” will be held in the Curry Center Ballroom at 6:30PM. Tickets available on myNEU. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from some of the greatest economic thinkers in Boston!
And once again, on Monday, afterHOURS will be bumpin’ from 9-10PM with the first NU Unplugged show of the Spring semester! Start off your week on the right husky paw!