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CAMD This Week brings you art, music, fashion, and maybe even a spelling lesson.



Who Will Win the Spelling Bee?

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Watch as the CAMD community struggles to spell some ridiculous words, then make sure to get your tickets for “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee!” This Tuesday is opening night, so make sure to get your tickets today! Read More →


F&RS Fashion Show: New Americana

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Showcasing classic styles and traditional colors, The New Americana, is far from traditional. The show embodies the idea that fashion knows no gender. The representation of androgynous style in both men and women speaks to a changing generation of people and fashion lovers alike. March 25 at 7PM, get your tickets now! Read More →


Student Showcase

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The Student Showcase features inspired works of students from across the university! Stop by to check out the videos, paintings, sculptures, musical compositions and other creations of fellow students and vote for your favorites! Thursday, March 24 in Curry Student Center. Read More →


CAMD Alumnus at Gallery 360

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On the heels of his monumental award-winning work for Mad Max: Fury Road, Michael Ulman, AS ’00, is coming to Northeastern’s Gallery 360. His exhibition “Femmes Trouvés” features his most recent sculpture works. The gallery is open until April 25. Read More →



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Even though SXSW is officially over, the #NUsxsw student team can still help you relive the glory days from playlists, videos, photos, blog posts, and of course, music. Read more to get your SXSW fix! Read More →



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The SXSW student team took over CAMD’s Instagram last week when they were down in Austin. See the festival from their perspective with this week’s #CAMDtakeover. Read More →


  • Congratulations to NU’s Kendall Coyne, AMD ’15, winner of the 2016 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, recognizing the best player in women’s collegiate hockey!
  • Listen to Innovation Hub’s interview with CAMD Communication Studies professor Joseph Reagle who discusses his book Reading the Comments, which examines online conversations and the effects they have on users.
  • The 52nd Robert D. Klein Lecture presents Professor Iris Berent with her presentation How Human Brains Give Rise to Language. Psychology professor Berent’s research primarily examines the basics of the uniquely human capacity for language. All are welcome to the Raytheon Amphitheater on Tuesday, March 22 at 3PM.
  • Don’t know where to go for lunch? Eating the same thing every day? Well, The Lunch Report, started by CAMD’s own Larissa Weinstein, can help by sending a virtual menu of the food trucks and specials around your area of Boston. Sign up today to spice up your lunch break!
  • Check our events page for all of the events coming up this week including guest lectures, screenings, and even more discussions.