People around the U.S. crowd stores on the Friday after Thanksgiving, known as “Black Friday”, to take advantage of the myriad of deals and savings that are offered for a short amount of time.
Jose Buenaventura Gonzalez Gutierrez weaves an Oaxacan rug at an Indigenous craft bazaar hosted by Cultural Survival, an organization that works for indigenous rights and cultures around the world, Sunday.
Students debate the cause and implications of the recent UC elections at the UC executive meeting. The UC election commission was present and gave individual reports of the events of last week.
Students at the game showcase their drinking prowess while tailgating before the beginning of the game.
Mad Men Fans celebrate the season finale of the AMC show yesterday at Noir, a bar in the Charles Hotel. Harvard Square cupcake bakery Sweet also held a Mad Men event featuring special confections.
Ned Landin performs solo in the Pit of Harvard Square Sunday night. Cambridge will soon host its Folk Music Festival and the performers are preparing to fill the Square with music.
The Leadership campaign brings people together in Boston Common Sunday to sleep in tents outside of Boston State House as a symbol using fewer energy-internsive resources.
A big band plays swing music for students as they dance at Quincy’s fiftieth year anniversary. Students enjoyed the music of a jazz singer, as well as the large number of Hostess cupcakes and desserts that were served.
Ashley Judd dines with students at Quincy House Sunday evening before speaking to them about not only her acting career but also her work as a human rights activist.
The crowd in Memorial church joins in a sing-along during the memorial service for Ariel Shaker, ‘10. Shaker passed away last Wednesday, having suffered critical injuries in a polo accident the week before.
Students and family gather in Memorial Church on Friday morning for a service in memory of Ariel Shaker ‘10, a Cabot House resident who passed away early last week after an accident while playing polo.
Members of the community dance the Argentinean tango Sunday night in the light of the full moon, hosted by The Tango Society of Boston.
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