Sheraton Needham Hotel
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... 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 ...
... at the bunker hill memorial, Which unfortunately was closed because of the government shutdown. The next day we went over to Cambridge to look around Harvard. We took a free tour which lasted an hour and gave a quick glimpse into college life and the history of the university. The campus is so beautiful, with the red brick dorms in the Yard and then the Memorial Hall, where the dining hall for Freshman is based on Christ Church College! ...