The Weston Jesuit School of Theology is considering a merger with Boston College, which could mean a move from its current Harvard Square location, above, to a campus across the Charles River in Brighton.
Labor activists protest in front of the Holyoke Center in support of a former Harvard employee who was charged with stealing a drill from the laboratory in which he worked.
Children play on a playground on Cambridge Common. The city is concerned about dangerous items left in the area by the homeless.
Senator Edward M. Kennedy ‘54-’56 presents the John F. Kennedy New Frontier Award to Wendy Kopp, the founder and CEO of Teach for America at a ceremony held yesterday at the JFK Jr. Forum at the IOP.
Businesses along the parade route hung signs to help commemorate the first Red Sox World Series victory since 1918.
Braving a rainy, cold Saturday morning, Red Sox fans lined the streets of downtown Boston and held up signs celebrating their team’s first World Series victory in 86 years during the Sox’ victory parade.
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