When Massachusetts opened vaccines to all adults on April 19, Boston-area residents quickly flocked to nearby vaccination sites. The site at Hynes Convention Center in Boston administered up to 7,000 shots per day.
After the coronavirus pandemic hit, only essential services and businesses were permitted to remain open to help control the spread of the virus. Along with the closure of indoor dining, schools, and sports venues, arts institutions were forced to shut their doors to the public and retreat to a virtual space. Many of Boston and Cambridge’s centers of arts and entertainment learned to adapt to the uncharted territory, many suspending their performance seasons for the first time ever.
Cambridge Police station
Harvard University Athletics Complex and Harvard Business School are on opposite sides of North Harvard Street. In a break with tradition, the Ivy League is allowing this year's seniors to compete in athletics as graduate students.
Amir Siraj '22 coauthored an article in the journal Nature about the Chicxulub impactor, the object believed to be responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs.
The City of Cambridge does not have its own public vaccination site, but the state’s second largest vaccination site opened Feb. 1 just across the Charles River at Fenway Park in Boston.
Harvard Book Store general manager Alex W. Meriwether said the store’s expenses are up and sales are down after nearly a year operating during the coronavirus pandemic.
Blue light emergency phones located throughout the MIT campus allow students to call for help in the event of an emergency.
The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School is a high school within the Cambridge Public School District.
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