Nafis M. White, a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, discusses her artwork on race relations and civil rights. She displayed two pieces at the 17th Annual Black Arts Festival.
Julian Plowden exhibits his photographs of the aftermath of the Michael Brown shootings at the Black Arts Festival kick off on Friday afternoon.
After Radioshack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Feb. 5, 2015, the company will close 1,784 stores across the country. The Radioshack located in Harvard Square will be one of three in Cambridge that will be closed by the end of the month.
During their Undergraduate Council campaign, candidates Ava Nasrollahzadeh '16 and Dhruv P. Goyal '16, now UC President and Vice President, discussed soliciting alumni funds. They now plan to create a UC alumni advisory board, which they hope will eventually allow them to solicit funding from alumni.
Harvard University cancelled classes for the third time in two weeks on Tuesday as the closing of the MBTA to clean snow and ice of tracks disallowed many staff members and instructors to travel to the university.
With continued snowfall over the past two weeks, the Greater Boston area is expecting below freezing temperatures for the next few days as the area is dealing with excess snow.
Professor of Romance Languages and Literature Jeffrey T. Schnapp introduces "Cold Storage", a short documentary showing the inside workings of the Harvard Depository, Harvard's off-site library storage facility. The movie was followed by a panel on the future of libraries and information organization.
Temitope A. Agabalogun ’15, left, and Nashwa Gewaily, a legal fellow at the Massachusetts ACLU, discuss the aftermath and consequences of the non-indictments of the police officers responsible for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner last year.
A protestor holds up a sign at the Black Lives Matter protest in Central Square during a January demonstration.
Protesters in the Black Lives Matter campaign staged die-ins around Central Square in January.