Don’t miss the first concert of the year, featuring Three Day Threshold, today at 9:00pm in afterhours. Northeastern is lucky to have Three Day Threshold, Boston Magazine’s pick for best local band. This is not a concert that you want to miss!
What in the world is fracking? Find out today at the Fracking Panel at 6pm in Dockser Hall at Northeastern School of Law. The panel will be moderated by Northeastern’s Dr. Len Albright, Assistant Professor of Sociology & Public Policy, and expert panelists include John Rumpler, a Northeastern alumnus as well as the Senior Attorney at Environment America. Fracking is both controversial and completely relevant, so make sure to attend!
Don’t be the only dog left out of the doghouse- be there when the Northeastern Women’s Hockey team challenges Boston College for a win, this is definitely an important game of the season. The game is tonight at 7PM at Matthews Arena.
One last thing- did you catch Northeastern Basketball player Quincy Ford’s double clutch, buzzer beating 3-pointer last night? Ford’s skill and quick moves helped contribute to Northeastern’s overtime win at Drexel and was the No.1 play on ESPN’s Top10 plays. Help support our student athlete and vote for Quincy Ford’s 3-pointer as ESPN SportsNation’s “Best of the Best.” As you may or may not know, Quincy Ford’s double-clutch, buzzer-beating 3-pointer which led the men’s basketball team to an overtime win at Drexel last night—was the No. 1 play on ESPN’s Top 10 plays. Now, you can vote for Quincy Ford’s 3-pointer as ESPN SportsNation’s “Best of the Best.”