Mark Adolph, Phil Laurent, Cassandra Lobe, Xoee Margolis, and Yael Schulkes:
A group of students from the School of Journalism spent their semester learning about and researching water in our very own city of Boston. They completed six individual projects, coming together to form The City of Water, which discusses everything from the issues with water infrastructure and who it hurts, to marine life and how it is affected by pollution, to the Boston Harbor’s history, hidden below the surface.
A view below the Boston Harbor.
Students Mark Adolph, Phil Laurent, Cassandra Lobe, Xoee Margolis, and Yael Schulkes have been studying the intersection of archaeology and diving while exploring the hidden world within the Boston Harbor. The Harbor’s history dates back to the 1800s, and now plates, bowls, and ceramics from those days still live in the Harbor, waiting to be discovered. Check out the full project here.