This post originally appeared on Northeastern Global News. It was published by Ian Thomsen.

Enjoy a sausage for lunch, grilled cheese for dinner or an ice cream sandwich in between. Partake in carnival games, seek out free giveaways and splat your favorite Northeastern coaches with color bombs.

It's all part of Northeastern's annual Giving Day on Tuesday, April 11. The festival atmosphere on the Boston campus is more than an opportunity to support student groups and organizations of all kinds—it's also a celebration as winter is displaced by the warm weather of spring.

In this post-pandemic world, Giving Day has evolved to become a global participation festival that includes five regional settings for members and supporters of the Northeastern community in Chicago, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. You can register for Giving Day events in those cities here

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