Check out this multimedia project, a conglomeration of photographs, voices, and sounds from Housing Day on Thursday. There's a pretty good chance that you'll spot a glimpse of yourself in at least one of these photos, so take a look!
Stephanie Germanotta, also known as Lady Gaga, makes an unexpected stop at the Science Center platform on her way to Sanders Theater.
Lady Gaga unexpectedly greets a group of fans outside of the Science Center around 2:30pm today.
Lady Gaga autographs the arm of devoted fan, Annie E. Dean-Ganek, a senior at Andover High School who skipped class to come to the event.
Lady Gaga's mother, Cynthia Germanotta, follows her daughter into a screaming crowd of fans.
Annie E. Dean-Ganek, a senior at Andover High School, enthusiastically shows her autographed arm to friend Sean M Sullivan, a junior at Andover High, and a local newscaster.
The Greenhouse Cafe sold specialty cupcakes resembling Lady Gaga to honor the superstar's visit to launch the Born This Way Foundation.
Lady Gaga returns to her vehicle escort after briefly stopping to thank her fans in front of the Science Center.
Lady Gaga fans, Cody J. Sullivan, a sophomore at the Massachusetts College of Art and Swampscott High School sophomore, Victoria E. Paradise, dance to Lady Gaga's "Born this Way" outside of the the science center.
Ross Ford approaches the end of the 100 yard butterfly.
Michael Guadiani '15 gets in the zone before his heat.
The men's 400 yard freestyle relay team awaits the results of the Harvard, Yale, Princeton meet.
Harvard, Yale and Princeton Women take off in the 200 yard medley relay.
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