Francis E. Cambronero
At the Harvard Community Garden's Second Annual Harvest Festival on Sunday afternoon, students and community members enjoy freshly made apple cider.
The 2nd annual Harvest Festival is held Saturday afternoon in the Harvard Community Garden by Lowell. The festival featured performances, fresh squeezed apple juice, and sunshine.
Glen A. Caroline hands out National Rifle Association membership certificates and free t-shirts to students yesterday after his talk on the Second Amendment and gun control.
Volunteers sign-up to participate in a community jog called "The Burger Mile" and receive free burgers. Led by the Burger Brigade, they hope to raise money to start a Somerville chapter of "Back On My Feet," an organization that aids Boston's homeless populations.
Students explore the complex art of origami as a part of a study break workshop during Harvard for Japan Week on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 in Quincy Dining Hall. Their goal is to fold one thousand paper cranes. Known as "Senbazuru" in Japanese, a thousand paper cranes symbolize a wish for speedy recovery from disaster or illness.
James Gleick '76 answers a question about the nature of information and information gathering at the Brattle Theatre on Tuesday, March 22, 2011. Hosted by the Harvard Bookstore, this event featured readings from Gleick's new book "The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood."
City officials greet the crowds present at the 2011 St. Patrick's Day Parade in Boston. Many other government representatives made an appearance at this year's parade, including ones from the Boston Fire Department and the United States Navy.
Boston Police help to contain the continuous flow of people coming off the T station. The Broadway stop on the subway's red line marks the beginning of this year's parade which started at 1:00pm.
St. Patrick himself makes an appearance at the 2011 parade. On one of the more colorful parade floats of the day, the saint receives a warm welcome from the crowds.
Sam Galler '12 is the president of the world-renowned a capella group 'The Harvard Din & Tonics.' Fresh from a spring break tour in Bermuda, the Din & Tonics have continued to have a very successful season.
A festive parade participant hands out bunches of free candy and beads to onlookers. People on the front line of this year's parade received a variety of free goods including flags, coupons, and chocolates.
Parade onlookers crowd the sidewalks near the start of the St. Patrick's Day parade. Decked in countless varieties of green memorabilia, this year's crowd did not fail to live up to the Irish spirit.
The Boston Police Department's bagpipe band play a tribute to St. Patrick's Day. This organization, known as 'Gaelic Column of Pipes and Drums,' specializes in the traditional music of the Gaelic culture.