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Poehler maintains close ties with the Boston area. She is originally from Burlington, Massachusetts and graduated from Boston College in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in communications. Her parents even had their second date at a Northeastern hockey game in Matthews Arena, Poehler told the audience.
After the event, students said they were thankful for Poehler’s focus on the election.
“I really enjoyed her conversation,” said Nathan Worob, a sophomore political science major. “It was a nice, relatable breath of fresh air in a cloud of uncertainty and fear. Having such a humorous and amazing individual at our school really helped us find laughter and good talk when it was absolutely needed.”
Jack Halliwell, a sophomore combined political science and psychology major, said the event was exactly what he and many other Northeastern students needed after a long week.
“I think Amy [Poehler] is honestly just an endlessly funny person,” Halliwell said. “It was great that she addressed the results of the election in a serious way but also got us to laugh a bit about it in the end and turned to us as young people for some hope.”
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