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.
Created by Christian Nicholson and Michael Gordon, both BC ’15, EchoMe aims to revolutionize the music sharing in the age of social media.
Michael Sandel, Harvard philosopher and bestselling author of Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? and What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets, hosted a philosophical discussion as part of HUBWeek 2016.
Artist Ethan Hayes-Chute spoke during HUBweek’s “Striking a Tenuous Balance Between the Absurd and the Practical,” and discussed his artistic ethos.
The festival’s kickoff event included celebrities like Yo-Yo Ma and Arianna Huffington engaged in a philosophical think-off.
DuBreton bacon took center stage at the ‘Let’s Talk About Food’ festival in downtown Boston.
A number of grandiose and deeply affecting thoughts at Faneuil Hall perfectly showcased the intellectual and artistic greatness that Boston has to offer.