Dwan Packnett, a Walsh supporter, smiles after Mayor Martin J. Walsh's speech during the Team Walsh Election Night Celebration at the Fairmont Copley Square Hotel in Boston on November 7.
Maya Anand, who had a close friend involved in the parkland shooting, speaks at the BU Rally Against Gun Violence held in Marsh Plaza February 26. Speaking without a prepared speech, Anand shared her deeply personal experiences with gun violence to the crowd.
Anna Weis, a member of the Boston University Women's Rowing Team, rows hard during a 1000 meter practice sprint April 4.
Commonwealth Avenue, usually bustling with Boston University students, becomes a snowy wonderland during New England's third nor'easter in two weeks on February 28. The storm brought blizzard-like conditions and the cancellation of classes at Boston-area colleges and public schools.
Kayla Edgar, a Special Olympics athlete with the Pioneer Valley Aquatics Program, high-fives Boston police officers during the Parade of Athletes, a part of the 2018 Summer Games opening ceremony held on Boston University's Nickerson Field. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics competition in the U.S.
Alex Moreno (left) and Ravi Parent, members of the Boston University Sailing Team, participate in the team's spring break training held last week in Miami, Fla. This year's week-long training session on Biscayne Bay saw a multitude of conditions, from light winds to gale-force breeze.
A counter protester is arrested for disorderly conduct during the "Rally for The Republic" event hosted by conservative groups Resist Marxism and Boston Free Speech November 18. The rally was held on Boston Common despite a lack of permit from the city.
Congresswoman-elect for New York's 14th district, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez asks Malala Yousafzai a question during her forum talk at the Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday.
Katie Gavin, lead singer of the self-described "dark pop girl band" MUNA, dances during their opening set for Grouplove at House of Blues Boston in Fenway November 3rd.
Tight end for the New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski waves to parade-goers from a duck boat during the Patriot’s Victory Parade through Boston. The Patriots celebrated their sixth Super Bowl win against the Rams February 5.
University of Connecticut player Leah Lum (7) attempts to swat the puck away from Boston University player Connor Galway (26) during the Women's hockey game held at Walter Brown Arena on Sunday. In the first win of the season, BU beat UConn 6-2.
Sachi Mehrota and Tiffany Tong, both freshmen at Boston University, lay in the snow in BU's west campus during New England's third nor'easter in three weeks. The storm brought blizzard-like conditions and the cancellation of classes at BU, other local colleges, and Boston Public Schools.
Mourners gathered together in Marsh Plaza for a vigil honoring the victims of the mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA.11 people were killed on Saturday in the largest attack on Jews in United States history.
Sarah Tuberty, a graduate student in Boston University's Sargent College, climbs the fabric during a weekly aerial dance class held at BU. Tuberty was born with Symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality leaving her with no fingers on her left hand other than a semi-operable thumb.
Alex Moreno, a member of the Boston University Sailing Team, takes advantage of a wind delay at the Hatch Brown Trophy, a college sailing intersectional regatta, hosted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sailing Pavilion September 16-17. Light, variable winds prevailed all weekend, causing wind delays on both Saturday and Sunday.
A supporter leads chants in front of Boston University President Robert Brown’s office during a rally organized by nonprofit group WageAction on April 14. The rally, which began at Marsh Plaza and ended at the Massachusetts State House, was organized in support of a $15 minimum wage in Massachusetts.
The Boston University Men's Rowing Team practices on the Charles River in front of a silhouetted Beacon Hill during a foggy morning practice on April 11. A shrouded Boston skyline looms in the background.
Scott Hoying, of the vocal group Pentatonix, performs at TD Garden during their concert November 9th.
25 year-old Darius Cephas, an advocate with the Fight for $15 movement, leads protesters in a chant as they march though Kenmore Square towards the Massachusetts State House during the Fight for $15 rally and march on March 31st.
Members of the Annapolis High School Dance Company perform a group dance number at the Annapolis High School winter dance concert December 9.