Smiles have been emerging all over campus. While the impending inebriation of Harvard-Yale may have something to do with it, The Game doesn't explain the faceless posters and "Can You Tell?" signs. You probably can't tell just yet, but be sure to check out Thursday's Fifteen Minutes Magazine for the whole story.
Cambridge has been a home since 1630. As centuries have passed, countless stories have marked the city, and its streets have come to house our (and your) secrets. Now it’s our home, and FM wandered through Cambridge’s squares, into its stores, out of its boundaries, across its river. Here we share our stories. Like those of our fellow Cantabs, our tales are ephemeral, but the living streets of Cambridge have a steady rhythm that we tried to find.
Last night, America reelected President Barack Obama, Massachusetts voted to send Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren to the senate, and the voters of Oregon legalized recreational marijuana. But long before any of that, there was the FM Political Issue.