Around 8 p.m. on a Friday, the basement of Adams D entryway is almost as eerie as the courtyard outside–the harsh lights above emphasizing the emptiness of the corridors.
Baristas Akanksha Sharma ‘14 and Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe ‘14 greet customers in Cabot Cafe, where it offered new drinks and pastries, more seating, lower prices, and new artwork as decor after its grand reopening.
A three day weekend cubed the sun, one day late.
Fegelman nearly succumbs to the soporific strength of his penultimate chickwich.
Tikolo stares down a chickwich in Dunster Dining Hall.
The Chickwich Challenge has been called many things: legendary, the pinnacle of competitive eating and athleticism, disgusting.
December hasn’t always been the 12th month in the calendar.
A display of differently sized mirrors in the Carpenter Center distorts the shape and size of those who walk by, challenging our perception of scale through art of all medias.
On a sidewalk in Palestine, a withered old man hunches over a pack of matches, striking and re-striking them but never able to produce a flame.