Harvard in the City
Officials from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation detailed updates to the agency’s plans for straightening a portion of Interstate 90 that will cross Harvard-owned land in Allston during a public meeting Thursday.
The Cambridge City Historical Commission did not reach a final decision last Friday on whether to approve renovation plans for the historic Abbott Building in Harvard Square, after a previous iteration of developer Equity One’s plans was rejected by the Commission for being too disruptive to the surrounding neighborhood.
Troye Sivan, singer-songwriter and YouTube personality, performs at Agganis Arena in Boston on Friday evening. Sivan’s performance included multiple speeches about the election results directed towards groups targeted by Trump’s rhetoric, as well as multiple BGLTQ displays.
Kent K. Haeffner '17 (left) and Dustin L. Zacharias knock on a door in Laconia, New Hampshire, canvassing for the Republican Party. They were not canvassing in support of Donald Trump, however. Instead, they were rallying support for the New Hampshire senator Kelly Ayotte.
Participants in the International Women’s Day Radio Project, a radio festival which ran in Boston from 1978 to 1993, came together for their first reunion Tuesday.
The Boston City Council unanimously voted to support the Harvard University Dining Services workers’ strike at their meeting on Wednesday in a resolution introduced with an impassioned plea by the Council’s president, an alumna of the College and Law School.
Rae Sremmurd and Lil Yachty perform at House of Blues, Boston at a sold-out night. The performance was preceded by multiple Boston-based rappers.
Visitors can transform four large metal sculptures in Chuck Hoberman’s 10°, a new exhibit at Le Laboratoire in Cambridge.
Some Allstonians say the planning process for the proposed apartment building is moving too slowly.
Bruce Springsteen greets fans Monday morning at the Harvard Coop during a promotional event for his recent autobiography, "Born to Run." In 1974, Springsteen performed at the now-closed Harvard Square Theatre, which is on the same block as the Coop, and journalist Jon Landau famously remarked, “I saw rock and roll future and its name is Bruce Springsteen.”