Today marks the beginning of Caribbean week, and Northeastern’s Caribbean Student Organization has many activities planned throughout the week.Today there will be a “State of the Caribbean” panel discussion about the Caribbean community here in Boston and what you can do to get involved. There will be a Q & A session and a networking opportunity, as well as refreshments from Rebecca’s Café. Also, CSO will be collecting school supplies for the Boston JUMP Book Drive to be sent to a primary school in Jamaica. Donations would be greatly appreciated. The panel will take place tonight at 6pm in 315 Shillman Hall.
Tired of the same old bowl of chicken noodle soup? Its time to expand your soup horizons! Come to ISSI’s A Hot Bowl of Noodles event for your fill of udon, soba, vermicelli, pho, and more! Here is your chance to sample a variety of soups from Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, and Japanese cultures. This event is today from 6 to 7pm in Ell Hall room 405.
Familiar with NADAAA? Come meet the man responsible today as the Northeastern School of Architecture welcomes Nader Tehrani, Professor and Head of the Department of Architecture at MIT. Tehrani is also the founder of NADAAA, a practice dedicated to the advancement of design innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and an intensive dialogue with the construction industry. Tehrani’s lecture, titled “Reasoned Work,” will be held at 6pm in 103 Churchill.
Are you eager to meet one of the top 20 writers for the 21st century, as selected by The New Yorker? Nathan Englander will participate in a lecture sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program and the Humanities Center. Englander is the internationally bestselling author of various short story collections and a novel, The Ministry of Special Cases. This event will occur in West Village F room 20 at 6pm.