NewsFeb 8, 2018

5 things to do! February 8-11

A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.

Spring semester is in full swing and we've got no shortage of events for this short month. Play Jeopardy with CLAS Peer Advisors, take in a new exhibit at the Lunder Arts Center, learn about Japanese design from a panel of Lesley students and more!

banner installation in the atrium of lunder

HearSay: Artist Randy Garber showcases her work in the Lunder Arts Center Atrium through March 4. Garber has experienced lifelong hearing-impairment and seeks to question the written and heard word through her prints.
Friday, Feb. 2 - Sunday, March 4, Lunder Arts Center Atrium

person pointing at wall with Japanese text written on it

Seeing the Everyday through Design: Our students are back from Japan and ready to share their observations on culture and constructed space. Don't miss this panel discussion of their perspectives.
Friday, Feb. 9, 5PM, University Hall Amphitheater

Poster for Peer Advisor Jeopardy night on February 9 with black and green zigzags in the background.

Jeopardy with Lesley Peer Advising: Join Peer Advisors for snacks and answers in the form of a question at the Student Center on Friday night.
Friday, Feb. 9, 6PM, Student Center

Looking at Prints Gallery Talk: Deborah Cornell and Lois Tarlow of The Boston Printmakers will give a talk on the work in our Roberts and Raizes galleries, part of the North American Print Biennial. Image Credit: Eric Millikin
Saturday, Feb. 10, 1PM, Lunder Arts Center

Scrabble tiles that spell "LOVE" with a heart and red roses in the background.

Lovin' the Square: It's the weekend before Valentine's Day, so head out into Harvard Square for music, movies, food and more.
Friday, Feb. 9 – Wednesday, Feb 14., Harvard Square

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