Students enjoy a warm spring evening down by the Charles.
Many trees line the banks of the Charles.
Harvard Business School sits on the Boston side of the Charles.
Sunset clouds glow above the cupola of Eliot House.
Even after the sun sets, Harvard Square bustles with activity.
Springtime brings colorful sunsets back to Cambridge.
Bill Oliverio works night shifts––which runs from 4 p.m. to midnight and midnight to 8 a.m––as a Securitas guard in Adams House.
Magazines for sale sit on display at Out of Town News in the heart of the square.
The windows of Charlie's Kitchen offer a dazzling display of neon at night.
A man waits outside of Charlie's Kitchen, surrounded by the restaurant's distinctive neon glow.
Many Harvard Square restaurants stay open till the late hours of the night on weekends.
Winthrop Street offers a perfectly framed view of the Lowell House bell tower.
Containing 20 grams of protein per bag, in flavors like Cheddar, Sea Salt, and BBQ, Chirps—chips made from cricket flour—are the newest bug-infused snack on the market.
A Cambridge Public Health Department study in 2015 revealed that fatal opioid-related overdoses rates for the city were 7.3 cases per 100,000 people.