Zoe Barley makes lunch in her home, affectionately named "Steel Away," August 20, 2018 in Chautauqua, New York. Steel Away is an all-steel Lustron house built after World War II. While these magnetic homes were once popular, now fewer than 2,500 remain across the United States. Owners find community in an online forum where they swap tips on where to track down rare replacement parts. 

Northeastern forward Zach Solow reaches for his father, Ken Solow, as men's hockey celebrates their second consecutive Beanpot championship win Monday, February 11, 2019 at TD Garden. 

Albane Richon, second from left, is the sixth au pair to live with the Sterling family since 2014. However, Maggie Sterling (right) says she may be the last the family hosts, as a federal court ruling on Dec. 2, 2019, determined au pairs in the Bay State now fall under Massachusetts labor laws, and should be the higher state, rather than federal, minimum wage.

Northeastern University's student section - called "The Doghouse" - cheers for the men's hockey team in the Beanpot Tournament finals February 4, 2019 at Boston's TD Garden. Northeastern won for the second consecutive year, defeating Boston College 4-2. 

Boston University's Alexandra Calderone controls the puck in a game against Northeastern University November 1, 2019 at Walter Brown Arena. The Terriers lost 1-2. 

Brady Richardson watches his dad cut down their Christmas tree November 24, 2019 in Erin, Ontario. Shot for The Christian Science Monitor. 

Gevvie Stone, 34, competes in the women's champ singles at the 55th Head of the Charles Regatta October 20, 2019 in Boston. Stone, an Olympic silver medalist in single sculls, won her tenth HOCR title in 2019 - a regatta record. 

Henry Leo is the agent-in-charge for Border Patrol's Weslaco Station in Weslaco, Texas, seen here May 24, 2019. Four days earlier, 16-year-old Carlos Hernandez Vásquez died of the flu in Border Patrol custody 20 miles away at Weslaco Station. “Unfortunately, people have died, but it's not because we’ve withheld any medical treatment or care for them,” he says. “It happens. People die every day in the U.S.”

Northeastern women's swimming and diving won against Boston University November 7, 2019. 

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