Hundreds of students from across the Boston area enjoy free food, hula hooping, a DJ and free prizes at the Museum of Fine Arts College Night.
Students practice their art skills sketching a model during the "Drawing in the Galleries" segment of the program.
Students enjoy free cookies, Pinkberry, Chipotle and other snacks at the Museum of Fine Arts College Night as a break to the art exhibitions.
Liz Longley, grand prize winner of the International Acoustic Award, performs for an attentive crowd of college students taking a break from the art exhibitions.
Students from colleges across Boston explore the exhibits throughout the Museum of Fine Arts, including the new Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, which opened this month.
Three students light each others candles in Tercentenary Theatre during the Candle Light Vigil held Sunday night in memorium of the September 11th attacks. Students gathered here during the tenth anniversary of the tragedy in New York to remember those who were lost.
Students perform in this year’s freshman musical-entitled "Rock, Paper, Kill Me"-on Friday. The musical is held annually and is written, directed, and performed by Harvard students.
Samantha C. Cohen ‘12, an inactive Crimson arts editor and Rebecca Walker dance during Contours features original choreography by Boyko Dossev, Larissa Koch ‘08-’09, and works by emerging student choreographers.
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