The Tufts Social Impact Network hosted an event at Sackler Auditorium on urbanization, curating a panel of five innovators across different industries. Each speaker discussed current challenges and potential solutions.
This year’s TEDxHarvardCollege event was themed around the question “What If I’m Wrong?”. Speakers in attendance included a police sketch artist and the last ringmaster of the Ringley Bros. and Barnum & Bailey.
Baseball may very well be America’s favorite pasttime and Boston’s social glue, but why? Alessandro Zenati ’21 searches for the answer in his latest column.
Now in its 54th year, the Head of the Charles Regatta stands as the world’s largest two-day rowing event. Crews from over 800 schools, universities, and organizations competed in different race categories for prizes given out over the weekend.
HUBweek returned to City Hall Plaza from October 8-14 and curated a lineup of events relating to this year’s motto of “We the Future”. Shipping containers served as exhibitor spaces, while speaker stages were housed in igloo domes and glass-paneled modules surrounding the main nucleus.
The MIT Media Lab opened its doors for a public event on experiential storytelling, inviting a panel of Walt Disney Imagineers and producers to discuss the research and development involved in producing entertainment that is immersive for audiences.
As car ownership becomes increasingly inconvenient in urban settings and variable costs rise, startups are betting on a drastic shift in transportation that they hope will solve the ‘last-mile’ problem.
Tucked away within Somerville’s Bow Market, Hot Box honors the culinary staples unique to the owners’ North Shore and South Shore Roots. A condensed, soft-launch menu and limited kitchen space create an intimate foodie experience that is well worth the pilgrimage.
Hosted on September 13th in the historic auditorium of Sanders Theatre, the 28th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony brought together researchers from around the world who busied themselves with investigating areas of scientific inquiry that first made people think, then made them laugh.
Not all public transit systems are created equal. Alessandro Zenati ’21 breaks down his personal experience with the mobility options available to people in the countries he visited over the summer.