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Photos of the month: June

Photos of the month: June

Photo Staff June 30, 2024

June's heat didn’t stop Bostonians from uniting on the streets for summer fun, from the Pride and Celtics parades to the Dragon Boat Festival and Somerville carnaval. We sent our photographers out to capture it all, and here’s the best of what they brought back.

Photos of the month: May

Photos of the month: May

Photo Staff May 31, 2024

Kicking off summer, May was full of festivals, holidays and gatherings. Northeastern's Class of 2024 graduated, top artists performed at Boston Calling and people celebrated occasions like Mother's Day and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We sent our photographers...

Photos of the month: April

Photos of the month: April

Photo Staff April 30, 2024

April marked the end of the spring semester and had no shortage of activity. Students viewed the solar eclipse, runners took on the Boston Marathon and college protesters formed encampments across the country. We sent our photographers out to capture it all, and here’s the...

Photos of the month: February

Photos of the month: February

Photo Staff February 29, 2024

Despite its status as the shortest month of the year, February was an action-packed 29 days. From protests to puppies and everything in between, we sent our photographers out to capture it all, and here's the best of what they brought back.

Photos of the month: January

Photos of the month: January

Photo Staff February 1, 2024

January signified a strong start to the semester, with Huskies and Bostonians alike making their mark on the court, on the rink, on the stage and in the streets. We sent our photographers out to capture it all, and here's the best of what they brought back.

The audience waits for a presentation and panel on Web3 and blockchain’s potential in creative industries. Berklee College of Music hosted the event, which was open to students and the public.

Technology experts, musicians and artists discuss transformative potential of blockchain at Berklee panel

Sundararaman Rengarajan, photo staff March 24, 2023

Berklee College of Music hosted an "All Access: Music + Web3" presentation and panel March 8, in which industry experts, musicians and blockchain developers gathered to explain the potential of blockchain technology in the music industry. Blockchain is a secure and shared digital...

Students wait in AfterHours for a Valentine’s Day show featuring binki and local band Paper Lady. The show was hosted by Green Line Records, a Northeastern student-run record label.

Artists binki and Paper Lady ‘shout out love’ on Valentine’s Day

Quillan Anderson, photo editor February 27, 2023

In an intimate Valentine’s Day performance, lovers, friends and singles all gathered in AfterHours to listen to artists Paper Lady and binki. The event was hosted by Green Line Records, Northeastern University’s student-driven record label focused on supporting emerging artists. At...

Humorous love is in the air as Times New Roman sets the stage for a night of comedy Feb. 4. Approximately 50 students crowded AfterHours for the best seats and dragged chairs from every corner of the room.

Students find warmth in Tinder-themed comedy show

Pavithra Rajesh, photo staff February 18, 2023

Despite frigid temperatures Saturday, Feb. 4, AfterHours was packed to the brim with people enjoying “Tinder,” a 90-minute stand-up comedy show by Times New Roman. Times New Roman is a comedy magazine and stand-up club at Northeastern University. The club hosts regular themed...

Orji holds a fan and a microphone while performing “Eberechukwu’s Biafra” at Berklee Performance Center Jan. 31. The “Visionaries Collective” was formed organically while Orji worked on the project.

Berklee student artist honors Biafran heritage through music, poetry and dance

Ogbonné Mary Orji fulfilled her childhood dreams the night of Jan. 31 after several intense months of preparation and rehearsal for her passion project, “Conception: The Awakening of Ogbonné.” An eighth-semester student at Berklee College of Music, Orji performed her debut...

Demonstrators from the Party for Socialism and Liberation carry a banner with the words “The people united will stop racist police brutality” as they lead a march through Boston Common Saturday, Jan. 28. Protests continued through the weekend after videos of Tyre Nichols’ killing were made public.

Hundreds gather to protest police brutality after Tyre Nichols killing

Boston’s Party for Socialism and Liberation led protests against police brutality Friday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Jan. 28 after videos of Tyre Nichols’ deadly encounter with Memphis police were publicly released. Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, was beaten and tased by...

Performers push through the crowd during the annual Lunar New Year Parade in Chinatown’s Phillips Square Sunday, Jan. 29. 2023 marks the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese Zodiac or the Year of the Cat for Vietnam’s Tết.

Boston hops into the Year of the Rabbit

Quillan Anderson, photo editor February 7, 2023

For 15 days, communities around the world celebrate Lunar New Year by hanging bright red lanterns, performing lion dances and wishing loved ones wealth and prosperity over homemade meals. Starting on the first full moon on the lunisolar calendar, Lunar New Year – also known...