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  1. Participate in the Class Gift
  2. Purchase Class Clothing
  3. See the HLS Parody
  4. Get yearbook photo taken (mid-March)
  5. Participate in the HLS Public Interest Auction
  6. Attend Barristers’ Ball
  7. Get commencement regalia
  8. Attend your section reunion
  9. Go to the End-of-Year BBQ
  10. Visit Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts
  11. Visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
  12. Tour the John F. Kennedy Library
  13. See the Boston Museum of Science, which includes an IMAX theater and planetarium
  14. Visit the New England Aquarium
  15. Tour the Sam Adams Brewery
  16. Walk around Boston Common (ice-skate on Frog Pond?) and Boston Public Garden
  17. See the Red Sox play at Fenway Park
  18. Take a Duck Tour of Boston
  19. Go inside the Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library
  20. Marvel at the Glass Flowers and the rest of the Harvard Museum of Natural History
  21. Stroll through Mount Auburn Cemetery
  22. Witness the reenactment of the Battle of Lexington/Concord (early hours of April 20)
  23. Watch the Boston Marathon (April 20)
  24. See the USS Constitution “Old Ironsides”
  25. Climb to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument
  26. Tour Paul Revere’s house
  27. Walk the Freedom Trail, including the Granary Burying Ground (resting place of Sam Adams & John Hancock)
  28. See the Old State House
  29. Tour the Massachusetts State House
  30. See the Saint-Gaudens Memorial to Col. Shaw and the 54th Massachusetts, at the top of Boston Common
  31. Visit Trinity Church, Copley Square
  32. Eat food in North End (the site of the first Pizzeria Regina) & visit Mike’s Pastry
  33. Visit the Arnold Arboretum
  34. Hear the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall; see the Boston Ballet or the Boston Pops
  35. Eat at the Union Oyster House, oldest restaurant in America
  36. Shop at Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market
  37. Visit Salem, MA, home of the Salem Witch Trials, and Peabody-Essex Museum,
  38. New England Holocaust Memorial
  39. Stroll around Beacon Hill & gaze at mansions, especially in Louisburg Square
  40. Shop on Newbury Street
  41. Walk the length of Commonwealth Avenue, look at neighborhood mansions
  42. Visit the Institute of Contemporary Art
  43. See Old South Meeting House (& Boston Tea Party Museum)
  44. Look at the treasures in the Caspersen Room, 4th floor North of Langdell
  45. Gaze over Boston from the Prudential Skywalk
  46. Visit Plymouth Plantation
  47. Visit Boston’s African American History Museum
  48. Eat DimSum in Chinatown (Saturdays and Sundays)
  49. Tour the Longfellow National Historic Site, here in Cambridge
  50. Visit Walden Pond