Crema Cafe closed its doors in December 2018.
Busy with a thriving family business, Bill Bartley stands by the grill, flipping world-renowed burgers daily.
With a cohort of businesses closing within Harvard Square and over-priced goods disappearing, the Urban Outfitters storefront is all that remains, bare and removed from the once thriving Square culture.
Shoshanah Garber owns the Harvard Square bagel shop, Black Sheep Bagel Cafe, which serves a variety of bagel-related meals.
Rachel Wentworth sells bras and lingerie at Forty Winks, her store on John F. Kennedy St.
Ned Ver Planck is the owner of a Harvard Square business, Dickson Bros.
Tevin Charles, a resident of an underrepresented neighborhood in Cambridge called the Port, is focused on preparing for his final project at the Loop Lab by utilizing professional recording equipment.
The Loop Lab is an eleven-month-old nonprofit founded for underrepresented youth to provide professional audio and video training.
Michael K. Bervell ’19 founded Hugs For with his older siblings when he was 11.
Students at the Loop Lab, a nonprofit in Cambridge, wrote their answers to the question: "What is your dream?"
Moise Michel, a co-founder of the Loop Lab, dreams to inspire others to believe in their own dreams.
Maxwell A. Gillmer ’21 and Julia M. Huesa '20 discuss the recent Undergraduate Council vote to publish a comment against United States Secretary of Education Betsy D. DeVos’s proposed changes to federal Title IX rules.
Student bikes saturate the bike racks outside of Weld in the middle of winter.
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