Husky Happenings

False Alarm in Marino
At 5:59 p.m. last night, a fire alarm sounded at Marino Center, evacuating the entire building and alerting the Boston Fire Department (BFD) BFD officials said. A firetruck and ladder stayed at Marino Center for approximately 11 minutes, where it was discovered there was an alarm malfunction and students were allowed back inside.
– Jenna Duncan, News Staff

Display of Negro League Baseball in 360 Gallery
An art exhibition named “Shades of Greatness: The Art of Negro League Baseball” will be on display through July 23 in Gallery 360 between the Curry Student Center and Ell Hall, according to a university announcement. The exhibit includes 35 paintings, photographs, etchings and 3-D installations. For more information, e-mail [email protected]
-Jenna Duncan, News Staff

Presentation Thursday on Consciousness Demystified
MIT researcher Marvin Minsky will visit campus to share “Consciousness Demystified,” a multimedia presentation, Thursday at 7:15 p.m., according to the Northeastern events calendar. The presentation will introduce the building blocks of a computer, and how evolving a computer system to the level of complexity of a human being requires introduction of consciousness into the system. The event is sponsored by the Hindu Vedic Vision Society. For more information contact Dipak Thakur at [email protected]
-Jenna Duncan, News Staff

Weekly lunchtime meditations in Sacred Space
Each Friday through summer, the Sacred Space on the second floor of Ell Hall will host half-hour guided meditations at noon, according to the Northeastern events calendar. The meditations are suited for any level, and is open to people of any/no faith or spirituality, and meditation cushions and benches will be provided.
-Jenna Duncan, News Staff

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