Gus Mayopolous ‘15 swears in as UC President with one hand on the UC Constitution in Sever Hall on December 8. Sietse Goffard ‘15 swore in as UC Vice President.
Sietse Goffard ‘15 swore in as UC Vice President with one hand on the UC Constitution in Sever Hall on December 8.
The intersection of JFK and Brattle streets stands eerily void of traffic on Friday afternoon, following the area-wide Police urgings for citizens to stay indoors. Harvard University was closed this morning due to the manhunt for the Boston Marathon suspect, the third time this academic year that the university has officially closed its doors.
Normally full of tourists and pedestrians, the area around MBTA Harvard Station and Out of Town News is completely vacant on Friday afternoon during what is normally rush hour. Regional police departments urged residents of the Boston area to stay indoors during this emergency.
A Harvard Police Officer rests for a moment in Cabot Dining Hall during dinner Friday night. A few minutes before, Boston Police lifted the ban on free outdoor movement across the area and restarted the MBTA Subway system.
Residents of Currier House attentively watch the breaking news report of the Boston marathon bomber manhunt, gathering around the television on Lower Main on Friday evening. At the time this photo was taken, police had just located the suspect in a boat in the backyard of a house on Franklin Street, Watertown.
Robert Hawthorn '15, Ewan Foster '15, and Caroline Brenin '15 watch from Cabot as Governor Deval Patrick gives a statement early Friday morning. The greater Boston area remains on lockdown as the manhunt continues for the second suspect in the Marathon bombings that took place on monday.
Governor Deval Patrick speaks to the press in front of the Westin Copley Place hotel on Wednesday. In his statement, he informed reporters that the subsequent investigation will be 'slow and methodical'.
Indie-rock band fun. performs their hit song "We Are Young" at the inaugural ball on Monday evening.
The Capitol displays historical flags from colonial and pre-Civil War times, as well as today's American flag in honor of the inauguration ceremony, where Barack Obama was sworn in for his second presidential term.
Crowd on the National Mall