Members of the Feminist Bird Club use their binoculars to zoom in on trees, hoping to find the bird whose calls they can hear.
Karla M. Noboa founded the Boston branch of the Feminist Bird Club.
Karla M. Noboa (right) points out a bird to newcomer Inés Patop (left).
The Feminist Bird Club strolls through Mount Auburn Cemetery, pausing every so often to listen for bird calls.
Fifteen Hours in Cambridge
During one of the first scenes of the Grasshopper Rebellion Circus, a teacher flips through her Oxford English Dictionary and picks "riot" as the word of the day.
Bertram C. Watson Jr. '21 and other members of 21 Colorful Crimson performed at Yardfest 2018 in April.
A tinfoil-capped member of Bread and Puppet theater evokes the Antarctic Ice Shelf.
A young member of Bread and Puppet dons a top hat in the group's Cambridge Common performance.
The Cabot dinining hall flooded Tuesday amidst heavy rain. Dining service was temporarily suspended.
A Lululemon Athletica storefront in Cambridge.
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