College Connections

Connect professionally and personally with recent graduates in an intimate setting. These guided networking dinners will give you a glimpse of where your Northeastern education and experiences can take you.Hear young alumni discuss the successes and failures they have experienced both as students and professionals. Ask questions about co-op, job searches, interviews, and careers. This program was formally titled “5 under 5.”

2015-16 Schedule

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Connecting Huskies to Huskies

Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity for students and alumni to connect. Learn how to effectively network and then get an opportunity to put your new skills to work. Build new connections with alumni, connect with classmates, and share your experiences. Tap into the power of the Husky network.

2016 Details

Monday, Mar. 21
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Ave, 6th Floor


During this week of Husky pride, SAA participates in all Homecoming contests and sponsors the Mayor of Huntington Avenue (MOHA) competition, as well as co-sponsors the Homecoming Headliner.

Husky Hugs

During the holiday season, the SAA gathers teddy bear donations from students, staff, and alumni from around the world. The bears are given to local hospitals, homeless shelters and any local children in need of a “Husky Hug” during the holiday season.

Mayor of Huntington Avenue

In the 1960s and ’70s, the Mayor of Huntington Avenue (MOHA) was a contest that united Northeastern and transformed our campus through parades, banners, costumes, and school spirit. The SAA brought this event back to life in 2005 and it continues to get bigger and better each year. The “Mayor Debate” continues to be an exciting event for each candidate to prove that they possess Husky pride. A classic Northeastern Homecoming tradition that works to find the next “Big Dog” on Campus.

The 2015 Mayor of Huntington Avenue: Ben Gowaski, ’16