The towers of Peabody Terrace, a graduate student housing complex built in 1964, rise above Memorial Drive in Cambridge's Riverside neighborhood.
Wheeler Park, a public park completed in 2010, is located on the Treeland-Bindery site.
Harvard Law School librarians and staff members read from their favorite banned books on the steps of the Harvard Law School library.
U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.), left, spoke at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Friday.
Andy Grammer lights up the Boston crowd.
Andy Grammer performs at Boston's Orpheum Theater.
Vendors display their products for attendees at Soulfully Textured. The event took place at District Hall Boston in the Seaport District.
Charlene M. Pena (left) speaks with someone beside the Woven Royal display table at Soulfully Textured. Pena, the founder of the Massachusetts-based company Woven Royal, was one of the vendors at the event.
Rachel C. Auslander ’22-’23 is one of the co-founders of the Undergraduate Disability Justice Club.
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