Anderson Memorial Bridge, which students use to reach the athletic facilities and Business School, is slated to be renovated in the coming years.
Samuel Rashba '14 admires the artwork of Kyle Rawding '14 on display at the Carpenter Center's Open Studios event, featuring work produced in spring semester art classes on every floor of the building.
Carol Queen from Good Vibrations, a women’s sexual entertainment and pornography store, discusses her experiences both on and off the camera, specifying the role of “positive porn” in society.
Charles Johnson performs his own love song titled "Squirrel" at the Berklee College's Singer-Songwriter Showcase at Cafe 939 in Boston.
Aleks Georgi performs her own love song titled "Need to Know" at the Berklee College's Singer-Songwriter Showcase at Cafe 939 in Boston.
At the Diversity in Higher Education panel at the Office of Career Services, Evelynn Hammonds stresses the importance of having a mentor and enchants the crowd with her personal recollections of how she became dean at Harvard University.
Students receive a free DAPA Camelbak water bottle featuring their new design "iAlternate" after participating in the National Alcohol Screening Day
Hundreds of students wait in line to participate in the National Alcohol Screening Day hosted at the Malkin Athletic Center and to receive their free DAPA CamelBak water bottle
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