Props like rope, chains, and handcuffs are often associated with the kink community.The kinky sex club, founded last semester, provides a forum for its members to discuss kink and sexual practices at large.
Lead singer Marcus Mumford sings as Mumford & Sons plays the first show of their North American tour at TD Garden in Boston on February 5.
Co-captain Jillian Dempsey was a unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection after leading the Crimson with 24 goals.
Fans scream and take pictures of the band. Mumford & Sons are known for their energetic and thrilling performances; attendees were not disappointed.
The T.D. Garden, known for housing the Celtics and Bruins, was an extremely successful venue for Mumford & Sons. The band brought their own style to the venue, and attracted spectators from all over Boston.
Pianist Ben Lovett plays under the lights of the Garden. Although famous for his band, Lovett’s communication label has also celebrated 2012 as its most successful year yet.
Ted Dwane shows off his upright base playing skills during their performance. Dwane taught himself how to place the base when he was just ten years old.
Lead singer, Marcus Mumford, engages the crowd. An English-born musician, Mumford plays the guitar, drums, and mandolin.
Quincy courtyard is illuminated only by lights from construction vehicles as Harvard and other areas of Cambridge are affected by an electricity blackout.
Harvard Hillel revised its sign leading into the dining hall to encourage students to respect the traditions of Kosher dining, while also rewording its message to emphasize Hillel’s inclusiveness.
Finalists of the weekend conference "3 Day Start-up" pitch their ideas at Harvard Law School, which was sponsored by the Milbank Tweed Fund. Finalists presented "Allowance Whiz," an app that allows parents to control allowance payments based on children's completion of math problems.
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