12 Step Support Program: Narcotics Anonymous - Every Monday

12 Steps Programs At Berklee - Open to All Including The Berklee Neighborhood

Narcotics Anonymous www.na.org
Mondays, 8pm, 22 The Fenway, 1st Floor, Room 204

Call 617-747-2411 or email livewell@berklee.edu for the most current information.

Room locations and changes will be announced on Berklee.edu/livewell  Calendar

RSVP: Free Mango Mojitos, Puerto Rican Food, Salsa & Latin Music!

TITO PUENTE LATIN MUSIC SERIES FACULTY & STAFF RECEPTION

Thursday, July 16, 2015 @ 5:30 PM

RSVP at bit.ly/berkleeRSVP by July 6

 

Tennis, Anyone?

Would you like to find someone to play tennis with?

Email us at livewell@berklee.edu and we will try to connect you with others who play!

LiveWell Summer '15 Program June 15-July 11

LiveWell Free Programs - June 18-July 11, 2015

 

Sports / Recreation

Berklee Ultimate Frisbee Club– Play with us. Check out their FB page, email jthrem@berklee.edu

Free Self Defense Class Series at Boston Kung Fu Tai Chi  To get info and/or reserve your spot, email livewell@berklee.edu.

Spring Course Evaluation Results

Over 15,000 course evaluation surveys were filled out by Berklee students at the end of the Spring semester.

Nashville Pros

By 
David Petrelli

Studio pianist, composer, and producer Matt Rollings ’86

New York Spotlight

By 
Michael Gaskins

The Elev3n (from the left): David Rodriguez, Matt Morales ’08, and James Morales ’06

WesFest Marks 10th Anniversary

By 
Peter Gordon

Launched in the spring of 2005, WesFest began about a year after the passing of talented bassist, composer, and photographer Wes Wehmiller ’92. This year’s 10th anniversary event added another iconic name to that list: Victor Wooten, who was accompanied by Berklee Bass Department chair Steve Bailey and Joel Taylor ’83.

Farewell to Shauna

Please join us on Thursday, June 18 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Loft to wish Shauna Prifti, catering manager at Aramark, the best of luck and lots of happiness, as she will be leaving Berklee to pursue other opportunities closer to her beautiful home in Plymouth, MA.

Shauna has taken care of the Berklee community for the past 6 years and her presence on campus will be greatly missed. Shauna’s last day will be Friday, June 19.

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