Calling all mad dawgs with mad hungry cravings! Today you are in luck because Chef Lucinda Scala Quinn will be giving a cooking demo and signing cookbooks in the XK. Quinn is at the forefront of the movement to bring back family meals (chicken tikka masala, pad thai, queso fundido) but in a healthier fashion. She has her own show on the Hallmark Channel and has recently become the author of a cookbook. She is a frequent guest on NBC’s Today Show and The Martha Stewart Show, among others. Quinn will be in the Xhibition Kitchen from 12-1:00pm.
What could a group of European scholars and their young, Southern Black students have in common? Come witness a profoundly moving tale of two seemingly different groups who enriched each other’s lives in ways still being felt today. There will be a showing of the film From Swastika to Jim Crow as part of Holocaust Awareness Week followed by a panel discussion. The screening will be held at noon at the Cabral Center (40 Leon St.).
Stress less! With finals right around the corner, get some much needed relief by attending Mindfulness Meditation. The session will begin with gentle movement and move into guided seated practice. Time will be spent discussing the practice and how to integrate it into daily life. Everyone is welcome! Meditation will begin at 3pm in at the Sacred Space (200 Ell).
Spring semester is almost over, so why not start celebrating now? WRBB 104.9FM just turned the big 5-0 and to celebrate is bringing back their end of the semester concert series Spring Bliss. This event will feature psychedelic hip hop producer RJD2 of Philly and the Providence based dance punk group Math the Band. Spring Bliss will take place at AfterHours and doors open at 7:30pm. This event is NU only.