Martha M. Coakley did not appear at her watch party in the Fairmont Copley Plaza leaving many supporters and staffers disappointed.
A Coakley supporter looks dejected at the election results at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.
A Coakley supporter chants for the Democratic candidate for governor to win as Coakley took the lead for a brief time.
Supporters were disappointed after it became clear that Charles D. Barker '79 would become the next governor of Massachusetts.
Edward J. Markey was elected U.S. Senator from Massachusetts with an overwhelming margin.
Edward J. Markey lays out his policies with a focus on energy policy in front of his supporters at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.
U.S. Rep. Katherine M. Clark rallies up Coakley supporters after preliminary results showed the Democratic candidate taking the lead.
Harvard College Prof. Steven A. Pinker engaged in a conversation about the transcendence of the humanities and sciences with Edgar Pierce Prof. Susanna C. Siegel in light of the recent discussions about the importance of the humanities compared to the sciences.
John B. Cooke, center-left, rock star Janis L. Joplin's road manager between 1967 until her demise, performs with the Charles River Valley Boys at the Harvard Coop. After the performance, Cooke signed copies of his book "On the Road with Janis Joplin".
Protesters gather in front of the Massachusetts State House to advocate for single-payer healthcare in the state.