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In Photos: Crimson Jam Returns to Harvard

Crimson Jam Photo Essay 9
Julian J. Giordano

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The musical duo Social House headlined Crimson Jam, where student musicians also performed before a large crowd gathered in the Old Yard.

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Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson, who comprise the musical duo Social House, perform in Harvard Yard on Friday. The group collaborated with the singer Ariana Grande on several songs, including the 2019 single “Thank U, Next.”

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A student plays a bowling game that was set up in Harvard Yard.

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Students enjoy the musical festivities at Crimson Jam.

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A concert attendee is raised above the crowd.

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Jaeschel was one of the four student musical acts at Crimson Jam.

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The student band Charles Revival entertains concert goers at Crimson Jam.

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The student musical group Nikki Nicole & Friends performs onstage at Crimson Jam.

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