10:43 p.m. A student finishes her work in Leverett G Tower while enjoying the night view of Boston.
Cambridge Violin, a violin repair shop in Harvard Square, has been run by Germaine M. Carbury-Breau since 1981.
At the Veritas Forum, Rachael Denhollander, a survivor of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse, urges the pursuit of both justice and forgiveness through faith in a Moral Law Giver.
Players gather at Pandemonium Books and Games in Central Square to participate in one of the Magic: the Gathering tournaments.
Artist Aram Han Sifuentes meshes embroidery and the naturalization process through her "U.S. Citizenship Test Sampler" project.
Workshop participants embroider samplers as they study for the naturalization test.
University of Washington professor Kate Starbird speaks about the spread of misinformation through the use of social media during crisis events.
Y2Y, a shelter for homeless youth, is located in the basement of First Parish church in Harvard Square.
Like other plants at the Arnold Arboretum, metasequoia trees are marked according to the year their seeds are received.
The branches of the metasequoia extend upwards.
The new Warming Center for the homeless in Central Square is located in the basement of the Cambridge Senior Center.
Professor Carter J. Eckert.
Dr. Nancy L. Etcoff, a professor bringing new research in neuroaesthetics to Harvard.
Gian Lorenzo Bernini's bozzetti, or sculptural sketches, on view in the Harvard Art Museums.