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Supporters display posters championing for Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign at a rally on Saturday evening in Boston. 20,000 people reportedly attended the event.
Senator Bernie Sanders, who is running for the Democratic spot in the 2016 presidential election, speaks to a crowd of 20,000 Saturday evening in Boston.
Rebecca Skloot speaks to an audience at the Radcliffe Institute about her experience researching for and creating her book, “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” which uncovers the controversial creation of the most commonly used cell line in scientific research.
Kai M. Mateo '18, Communications and Outreach Director for Harvard United for Bernie Sanders, leads students through South Station Saturday evening en route to a Boston rally for the presidential hopeful.
Supporters of Bernie Sanders participate in the rally at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
The showcase was held as part of Boston HUBWeek, a series of events throughout the Greater Boston area organized jointly by Harvard, MIT, The Boston Globe, and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Elsa Sze talks about Agora, an online town hall she founded to promote accessibility to political participation, as part of HUBweek.
More than 75 Harvard students cheered “Harvard United for Bernie!” on the way to the rally for the presidential candidate at the Boston Convention Center.
The event’s headliners included U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey and Harvard English professor James T. Engell ’73.
HUBweek will kick off this Saturday with the first in a series of diverse lectures, art installations, panels and forums that will comprise the week-long celebration of Boston area innovation and arts.
The lunar eclipse was visible from the Science Center Plaza on Sunday, Sept. 27, when students and observers gathered to watch the display. The blood moon was last seen in 1982 and will not be seen again until 2033.
Boston-area residents participate in weekly stair runs at the Harvard Stadium, enjoying a sense of community.
People stand in line for fluffernutter sandwiches, which are filled with peanut butter and fluff. This fundraiser, run by Somerville Public Schools, sells over 2,000 sandwiches every year at the annual Fluff Festival.
Sue Geller prepares the fluff for Fear Factor Fluff, where visitors tried out different, unexpected combinations of fluff and other ingredients such as spam and hot sauce.