A CALL FOR CHANGE: Philip Wight (Ph.D.) spoke about the importance of fossil fuel divestment during the Divestment Day Rally held on campus on Feb. 12.
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“EIN HUND ABWARTS (A DOG DOWNWARDS)” 1968: Georg Baselitz’s work typifies the exhibit’s relation to space.
“WIDE NARROW” (1972): Sam Gilliam created this vibrant and colorful piece by folding the canvas before the paint dried.
“VERTICAL INTO DECRESCENDO” (2014): Jennie C. Jones’ piece absorbs sound, giving viewers a new way to interact with the painting.
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT: Romeo (Aaron Fischer ’15, right) and Juliet’s (Aliza Sotsky ’15, left) already fast-paced relationship progressed even more quickly due to the show’s 45-minute run time.
FIGHT TO THE DEATH: Mercutio (Raphael Stigliano ’18, right) and Tybalt’s (Caley Chase '16) deaths quickly transitioned into other scenes.
President Lawrence speaks at the class of 2018 convocation last August on Chapel's Field, his last convocation address.
ACTOR-LESS THEATER: The Tech Show relied on various props to tell the story of Packy, a backpack who goes on a trek across the globe.
Making Changes: Provost Lisa Lynch facilitated the last faculty meeting.
TWIST AND SHOUT: During the marathon, Samantha Rokey ’17 led a hula hooping demonstration and dance class.
SING ME A SONG: In addition to stand-up comedy and skits, Dave (left) and Ethan also performed original comedic songs that gave dating advice and anecdotes.
Midyear students came together to participate in a Spirit Rally last weekend in Levin Ballroom. The event was held to celebrate the start of the new semester for the 93 new midyears and 12 transfer students who arrived last week.
UP TEMPO: Guard Robinson Vilmont ’17 goes up for a layup in the Judges’ win against New York University on Saturday afternoon.
Students lay on Rabb steps last Monday to express solidarity with victims of police violence at a Die-In.
Students (left to right) Lilah Kleban ’17, Austin Shanabrook ’18, Averi Gardner ’18 and Janel Reidley ’16 discuss their experience volunteering weekly with Waltham area immigrants at the Community Day Center of Waltham.
BRAIN BLAST: In “A Study in Sherlock,” Sherlock Holmes (Adam Fischer ’15) exclaims “brain blast!” and expresses his shock at solving the missing jewels case.
TO DATE, OR NOT TO DATE: In “Don’t Catch Feelings,” two college students struggle through an awkward conversation while the pair’s inner voices offer advice.
FAMILY MEETING: A married couple in “Projections” fights over how to react to their child’s changing gender identity while their child listens quietly nearby.
Lia Tarachansky spoke about the Nakba in addressing her 2013 documentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict titled ‘On the Side of the Road.’
Donna Haig Friedman Ph.D. ’96 advocated for improving policies pertaining to homelessness in Massachusetts.