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Event Calendar: Thursday, April 19th- Wednesday, April 25th

NU & Improv'd member Anton Monteleone entertains./ File photo by Ashley Wong

NU & Improv'd member Anton Monteleone entertains./ File photo by Ashley Wong

NU & Improv'd member Anton Monteleone entertains./ File photo by Ashley Wong

NU & Improv'd member Anton Monteleone entertains./ File photo by Ashley Wong

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Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor

File photo by Ashley Wong

Thursday, April 19, NU & Improv’d Presents                                West Village G: An ANTON Odyssey

Are you a fan of fast paced, audience-involved and hilarious comedy? Then check out student improv group NU & Improv’d as they bid adieu to senior member Anton Monteleone. This show promises to be a unique one, especially because it will take place in a smaller-than-normal-venue for the troupe. 8:30 p.m.- 10 p.m.; 108 West Village G; Free.   

 

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Friday, April 20, No Limits Dance Crew Spring Showcase 

Come help No Limits Dance Crew celebrate their 10th year during a showcase they promise will be one of their best ever. No Limits performs different styles of dance, including jazz, tap and modern, many of which will be featured at the showcase. The crew will perform 16 original pieces, all choreographed by Northeastern students. Make sure to grab your free tickets on the myNortheastern portal before they are all gone. 7:30 p.m.; Blackman Auditorium; Free for students.

 

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Saturday, April 21, NU UTSAV Presents: Holi 2018!

Join the South Asian Community at Northeastern University as they celebrate Holi, otherwise known as the festival of colors, with an afternoon of music, food, free t-shirts and sunglasses and, of course, colorful Holi powder! Be sure to wear white clothes you don’t mind dirtying so you can leave the event covered in beautiful colors. Don’t forget your Northeastern ID, as this event is for students only. 1 p.m.- 4 p.m.; Centennial Commons; Free for students.  

 

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Sunday, April 22, NUDANCO Presents: Explorations

Get ready for a night of fast-moving feet and rhythm, because dance troupe Northeastern University Dance Company, or NUDANCO, will present their 15th Annual Spring Showcase. The showcase, titled “Explorations,” will feature many types of dance, including intense contemporary, traditional Irish step and rhythmic tap dance. 7 p.m.; Blackman Auditorium; Free.  

 

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Monday, April 23, Northeastern University Annual Games Showcase

Are you a fan of video games? Then the Curry Ballroom is the place to be. Monday’s event will feature games, research and presentations created by Northeastern students and faculty members. Co-founders of The Deep End Games, Bill and Amanda Gardner, will speak about their video game “Perception,” a first-person horror-adventure game. Visitors can try out games that have not yet hit the market or are still in the first few stages of development. 6 p.m.- 9 p.m.; Curry Student Center Ballroom; Free.  

 

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Tuesday, April 24, Film Screening — CareForce One Travelogues

The creative development of the new indie film “CareForce One Travelogues” is supported by Northeastern University in partnership with The Sundance Institute and ITVS/PBS Indie Lens Storycast. This story follows three characters as they travel from New York City to Miami in a 50-year-old station wagon and explores topics of racial discrimination, the legacies of slavery and immigration. This event is free, but an RSVP must be submitted here: 6 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.; Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Free.

 

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Wednesday, April 25, “What is Truth?/ Role of the Media and Facts and the Rule of Law”

Join David Shribman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and executive editor of The Pittsburgh Post Gazette, as he discusses The Rule of Law: The theory that law, not elected officials, should govern a nation. Shribman will be accompanied by Northeastern journalism professor Laurel Leff. They will discuss tensions between the rule and democratic governance. Discussion will include both the United States and the polarization and upheaval abroad. 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.; West Village F 20; Free.   

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