Students Shanyi Gu '15 and Colin Zwaniger '13 fold paper cranes Wednesday evening, April 24th, in the Winthrop JCR. Their work was part of an effort to make 1000 paper cranes as a tribute to last week's tragic events.
Students fold paper cranes in memory of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings on Wednesday evening, Students met in Winthrop JCR with the goal of creating a thousand paper cranes in honor of victims and survivors.
Ema H. Horvath ‘16 and Peter K. Bestoso ‘14 rehearse their roles as Blanche and Stanley in Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” at the Adams Pool Theatre.
Ema H. Horvath '16 and Peter K. Bestoso '14 rehearse their roles as Blanche and Stanley in Harvard Radcliffe Dramatic Club's "A Streetcar Named Desire" at the Adams Pool Theater. The play opened Thursday, April 18th, with subsequent showings Friday evening, Saturday afternoon, and Saturday evening.
Allston resident Harry Mattison discusses Harvard's intentions for the Travis Street site in Allston, joined by Emily Milliman (center) and Pallavi K. Mande (left). Together with Allston resident Brent Whelan (not shown), these panelists offered different perspectives on building parks versus parking lots in Allston during the community forum facilitated by Lindsey Claus '16 on Wednesday afternoon at the PBHA.
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