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Chinese Student Association hosts “What’s the Buzz at Buzzfeed” Panel
Jen Ruggirello and Steven Lim of Buzzfeed laugh as they discuss their identities as Asian Americans in the media industry. / Photo by Ashley Wong

Chinese Student Association hosts “What’s the Buzz at Buzzfeed” Panel

Jen Ruggirello and Steven Lim of Buzzfeed came to Northeastern to speak about their experiences as Asian-Americans in the media industry.

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Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 28
Photo courtesy Nakeisha Cody.

Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 28

Our event calendar from Thursday, Feb. 22 – Wednesday, Feb. 28 highlights events in and around Boston that you do not want to miss.

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Ryan Drew, second from left, faces the crowd as he delivers a heartfelt performance. / Photo by Evelyn Bleed
Distilled Harmony members perform at MIT's Kresge Auditorium Sunday afternoon. / Photo by Evelyn Bleed

Distilled Harmony advances to ICCA Semifinals

NU groups Treble on Huntington, Distilled Harmony and The Unisons all placed in the top three at their respective quarterfinals.

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Distilled Harmony hosts a cappella concert
Distilled Harmony singers, who changed to all black in between songs, performed one of their set pieces. / Photo by Riley Robinson

Distilled Harmony hosts a cappella concert

Northeastern’s Pitch, Please! and groups from Boston University and Lesley University also performed at the concert.

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Paul Maschhoff, an NU alum, lifts Erica Dunn, the Ballroom Dance Club's treasurer, as they dance together. / Photo courtesy Tucker Spencer-Wallace
Paul Maschhoff, an NU alum, lifts Erica Dunn, the Ballroom Dance Club's treasurer, as they dance together. / Photo courtesy Tucker Spencer-Wallace

Ballroom Dance Club hosts speakeasy-themed swing dance

The event, which attracted an estimated hundred attendees, included beginner East Coast Swing lessons, followed by general dancing, a mocktail bar and a photo booth.

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BØRNS performed at a sold-out House of Blues  on Sunday, Feb. 11. / Photo by Riley Robinson
BØRNS performed at a sold-out House of Blues on Sunday, Feb. 11.

BØRNS delivers sold-out show at the House of Blues

BØRNS, electro-alternative star behind hits like “10,000 Emerald Pools,” “Electric Love” and “Sweet Dreams,” performed at the House of Blues on Sunday, Feb. 11.

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Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 15 – Wednesday, Feb. 21

Our event calendar from Thursday, Feb. 15 – Wednesday, Feb. 21 highlight events in and around Boston that you do not want to miss.

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‘Your Name’ opens Boston Japanese film festival
Attendees view the “Kawaii - Vacanies” painting in Takashi Murakami’s “Lineage of Eccentrics” exhibit. / Photo by Kiana Jones

‘Your Name’ opens Boston Japanese film festival

The Boston Festival of Films from Japan, or BFFJ, will run until Feb. 28 and will feature several other known Japanese films.

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Review: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ is good for laughs, bad for plot
The “Fifty Shades Freed” advance screening was shown at the AMC Loews Boston Common 19. / File photo by Riley Robinson.

Review: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ is good for laughs, bad for plot

If Stetson West Eatery’s recent porn viewing wasn’t enough for you, “Fifty Shades Freed” is playing in theaters nationwide.

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"Fire Cone," wood, acrylic, light fixture and caster wheels, is also about surveillance and censorship. Its blue light and red stripes signal a nationalist authority in a state of emergency. / Photo by Samuel Kim.
"Fire Cone," wood, acrylic, light fixture and caster wheels, is about surveillance and censorship. Its blue light and red stripes signal a nationalist authority in a state of emergency. / Photo by Samuel Kim.

Lemieux exhibit advocates for progress

Annette Lemieux’s “Mise en Scene” exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts mix varying mediums such as pigment inkjet on cotton and are inspired by films Lemieux saw as a child, including Robert Mulligan’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” (1962).

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