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George Leetch

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I'm a junior creative writing major at Lesley University who is interning with neighbor media. I'm trying to get out of my typical comfort zone of writing fiction and try on journalism for a while.

Stories by Leetch

On April 21st there was a talk at the Harvard Semitic Museum on 2 Divinity Ave about the antiquities trade in Egypt. The talk was delivered by Kim Ryholt, Professor of Egyptology and Director of The Papyrus Carlsberg Collection and Project at the University of Copenhagen.

Ryholt’s interest in Egyptology came from a college internship at the Museum of fine arts dealing with their Egyptian artifacts.

This past week Anime Boston, the largest Anime convention in New England, was held in the Hynes Convention center on 900 Boylston Street, Boston. This convention celebrates Japanese animation and the people who love it in a three day huge event that includes concerts, celebrity and industry guests, and fan created content.

In Central Square I approached a couple, (pictured above) and asked them their story. The woman told me their names were Jacquelyn Avery and Francis Lambert, and that he was her fiancée. Jacquelyn was ecstatic that I was taking interest in the homeless.

Looking for some things to do that are free and open to the public? These are some of the interesting events being hosted by the colleges in the Cambridge area that anyone can go to.

HARVARD LECTURE: Mapping the Universe

Thursday, March 19 at 7:30pm in the Phillips Auditorium 60 Garden St. Cambridge, Daniel Einstein will explain in a public lecture how groupings of galaxies formed and how understanding those patterns assists scientists in mapping out the universe far beyond our visual scope

It was a cold winter’s night and I found myself in Central Square looking for warmth, a drink, and something to eat, so I turned into the Tavern in the Square, located on 730 Massachusetts Avenue, got myself settled with a frozen pear cocktail and a burger, opened up a pack of the newest Magic: The Gathering set Fate Reforged, and started thinking about what colors I was going to play that night. (Magic: The Gathering is a popular trading card game).