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... wooden building however was used by Washington during the war of independence. He stormed in on the campus and set up camps for his men and chose that wooden building for is office! After the oldest wooden building (2nd oldest on campus) Melissa took us to the oldest building in campus. This is now where the president of Harvard have their offices and some other senior professors. This year it is the first year that the president of Harvard is a woman! Next to ...
... many professors decided not to go into too much detail yet. My second weekend at Boston College was packed with fun stuff. Friday night the Plain White T’s came to campus to perform. They gave a free concert in BC’s one and only Robsham Theater and together with some friends I admired them from the second row. You have probably heard one of their songs such as Rhythm of Love, Take You There or my personal favorite; Hey There Delilah. The five guys gave an ...
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... go to a game there”, he advised as we drove past the Fenway Park stadium, home of the Boston Red Sox. “Watch the game on TV. The Stadium is very uncomfortable. The seats are made of steel and oak.” Heartwarming negativity in the land where everybody wishes everybody a “nice day” about a thousand times a day.
Fenway Park, by the way, is made out of the same kind of steel beams, and even painted in the same light green colour, as the ...
... we survived and were soon driving up the interstate towards the coast. I love it, good open roads, a pleasant 24 C ( or 76F for those who like the old way) , and a CD chosen by the girls, playing on the in car stereo. We were heading for an area North East of Boston about an hours drive. Towns had familiar English names like Manchester, Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich and Haverhill. We were soon off ...
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