BOSTON-At first glance, the Institute of Contemporary Art descends from the sky; at second, it emerges from the water.
The long-awaited viewing of baby Suri finally took place exclusively in the pages of Vanity Fair this week after five months of hiding the infant.
Two separate motor-vehicle accidents occurred on South St. Sunday, according to the Waltham Police Department.
At the end of this semester Yoni Sunshine '06 will graduate from Brandeis, even though he spent his first three years of college at Tulane University in New Orleans."I don't hate it here, it's just I'm out of my comfort zone here," he said.Since he had just had his wisdom teeth pulled, Sunshine never made it to New Orleans before Hurricane Katrina hit.
Three weeks ago, as I hauled my many bags and boxes into my Ziv suite, a young boy was outside tossing around a ball.
Prof. Alice Kelikian (HIST) said she learned of "Professor Kelikian's Groupies" - a group created on thefacebook by students who are "obsessed with everything that is Professor Alice Kelikian" - when a former student told her about the group.
Scrolling down her computer screen, Dean of Student Life Alwina Bennett looks at her account on thefacebook.
David Borenstein '05 is rarely seen without his distinct, golf-style cap. He said he started wearing it for religious reasons, but it also covers his thinning head of hair."If I don't wear a hat, it's very difficult to comb my hair in a way that looks decent," he said.
In the corner of the Shapiro Campus Center atrium on Monday, 24 women, one man and a few walk-ins cut their hair the minimum of 10 inches needed for Locks of Love, an organization that makes wigs from human hair for cancer patients."I've had long hair all of my life and I decided to let it grow a little longer than usual and donate it," Dana Sawitz '08 said.Melissa Gersin '05 coordinated the event, which is now in its third year.
As fog rises on the dark stage, a man lies on the ground and levitates to chest height as a table rolls under him.