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The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and Berklee College of Music performed a live score along with a screening of "Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror" on Friday evening.
Following Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh’s pronounced commitment to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015, city officials said Boston has made “tremendous progress.”
Members of the Flexible Fund Executive Committee laid the groundwork for how the organization would distribute a total of $5.35 million towards North Allston public realm improvements, as part of Harvard’s $43 million community benefits package.
Hosted by SEAS, Harvard Business School, and the Harvard Xfund, the event was one of the last of HUBWeek, a weeklong series of educational events in the Greater Boston area.
The Prudential Tower stands alight in the distance as crowds admire the Illuminus exhibit on Boston’s Lansdowne Street Saturday night. Locals flocked to the light and sound based contemporary art festival, one of the concluding events in Boston’s HUBweek series.
The Museum of Fine Arts' latest exhibit, “Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer,” offers a nuanced investigation into the rise of a bourgeoisie created by global trade and a sympathetic meditation on striving to improve, maintain, or accept one’s class identity.
Oliver Aldort is a cellist extraordinaire: at 21, he is now the youngest member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The Crimson recently sat down with Aldort to talk about the meaning of music, art in modern existence, and why we rarely hear classical music on the radio.
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.