Super Tuesday, the day when the most number states hold presidential primary elections, took place on Tuesday, March 6th. Voting for Ward 8, Precinct 3 took place at Quincy House.
A view of Widener Library from University Hall on a sunny Friday afternoon on a rare quiet moment when there are no tour groups gathered in front of the landmark.
The American Red Cross sets up camp in the SOCH on Friday from 11 AM to 5 PM as part of the two-day Harvard vs. Yale blood drive.
Harvard Alumni Roy Guyton gives blood for what he estimates to be around his fiftieth time during day two of the Harvard vs. Yale blood drive, which took place at the SOCH on Friday.
Nothing says home like candied apples from the new neighbors in Baton Rouge, LA.
A personal best, I achieve a literal "monopoly" in the game of Monopoly, making me feel even more at home after the move to Baton Rouge, LA.
Bambi and Spotty, as my dad used to call them, were our usual visitors during dinner time. Occasionally, they would watch us have dinner, too, in Hudson, Ohio.
Our tree of ten years stands ironically in our house of ten weeks in Baton Rouge, LA.
Enjoying the Boardwalk by the Mississippi River is one of the greatest things to do in my new town, Baton Rouge, LA.
The Sultan Mosque (otherwise known as the Masjid Sultan in Malay) is located on world famous Muscat Street near Little India and serves as the perfect indicator that one is near good food and good shopping in Singapore, Singapore.
A gorgeous sunset in Southeast Asia glorifies the beach.