BOSTON MAYORAL STUDENT FORUM
Livesteam for the event below:
On Friday, October 29, from 7-8 pm Boston mayoral candidates Annissa Essaibi George, Mayoral Candidate Michelle Wu, and members of the Boston University Student Government and Boston Intercollegiate Government (BIG) will join the Boston Mayoral Forum at the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground.
The forum is hosted by BU's Undergraduate Student Government in partnership with the Boston Intercollegiate Government, with support from the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground and Initiative on Cities.
The candidates will speak separately. Both candidates will answer questions from students and student-journalists, co-moderated by a representative from the Boston University Student Government and a representative from the Boston Intercollegiate Government.
In compliance with all relevant COVID-19 regulations, this event will host approximately 150 in-person attendees, about 40 of whom will be from BIG’s participating member institutions. Live watch parties will also be held at BIG’s participating member institutions to increase student engagement. Each of BIG’s member institutions will be offered an opportunity to send student-journalists to this event.
We encourage students to submit questions for the candidates using this form.
Registration required to attend in-person. Please do not register if you intend to watch virtually. A live stream will be available on this page during the event.
WHERE: Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, 808 Commonwealth Avenue, Brookline, MA 02446
WHEN: 7:00-8:00 p.m. Friday, October 29, 2021
Participating Student Organizations: Emerson College Student Government, Emmanuel College Student Government Association, Gordon College Student Association, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Student Government Association, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Undergraduate Association, Northeastern University Student Government Association, Undergraduate Government of Boston College, University of Massachusetts-Boston Undergraduate Student Government, Wellesley College Government, and Wentworth Institute of Technology Student Government.