Not to jinx the wonderful spring day, but we’re thrilled the mercury hit 71º (22ºc) in London today. And now the weather is getting nicer and the days longer, we want to take advantage.
First up, join us at a Cambridge beer garden this Saturday, May 14. After London, Cambridge has the second most alumni, so we’re excited to finally host an event there. And we’ll be joined by Dr. Nathan Holbert, an Associate Professor of Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design at Teachers College. If you’re in London, and haven’t had an excuse to visit Cambridge, now's your chance. Only an hour from St. Pancras railway station.
On May 18th, we have award-winning documentary filmmaker and LGBTQ community activist Dante Alencastre CC’83 in London for a screening of his latest documentary film, AIDS DIVA: The Legend of Connie Norman (2021), about the late trans, AIDS activist, and ACT UP LA spokesperson, Connie Norman.
Looking for opportunities to be active, enjoy the weather, and be social (and Covid safe), we’re going to walk different sections of the Jubilee Walkway in central London. More details below.
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We hope to see you soon,